|Daisy as a new puppy, before coming home to us!|
|Jessica and Sarah play with Daisy, just prior to bringing her home|
|Jessica on "Obedience Graduation Day" at Petsmart|
|Grandma Nielsen says hi to Daisy on a visit|
Daisy was also our motivation for walking many a days. She was a big dog who needed regular exercise, and while the girls had their regular assignments to walk her, I often found a lot of peace in taking her myself.
|Family Christmas Photo with Santa & Daisy|
Our neighbors have always been kind to Daisy and patient with us. Their complaints during some barking spells were almost never made and their children often appeared over the fence to say hello to Daisy. Our thanks to the Orme Family, who recently moved but lived next to us for many years and to Denny & Linda McKone who live across the street. It was not uncommon when the McKones brought their neighbor Christmas gift to us, to also find something in it for Daisy. I always knew that when the girls were out walking her, that Denny had his eye on them as they went past his home.
|Sarah & Daisy at |
Parley's Historic Nature Park
on a City Council visit
|Sarah playing with Daisy, one|
Our thanks to Paul and Heidi Fullmer, our neighbors and friends, who came over and helped us take care of Daisy. We placed her ball (seen in the adjoining picture) with her and I put one of my old gloves in her grave. Daisy had this interesting habit of stealing my work gloves off the back porch and burying them in the yard. I went through a lot of pairs of gloves and Cathy still finds them when she works in the flowers. It's only fitting that her final resting place is a patch of daisies.
We love you Daisy and want you to know how grateful we are that you were part of our family.