Whatever floats your boat...
This made me cry. Boodah was such a beautiful girl. I always felt like she was a part of this community of ours. It looks like she lived a grand life with you, Syd, but that's little comfort now that she's gone. One of the hardest parts about grieving for a dog friend is that the friend who usually comforts you the most when you happen to be grieving is the one you're grieving for.
So much intelligence in those eyes. She looks like she could explain quantum mechanics.
I want to leave a comment with no words and just hugs. Someone needs to invent a comment section that can hug people.
Thanks you guys. It's been a few months now but I was so glad to have had the clips and the video know-how to throw this together as part of the grieving process. And it's really cool that you got to know her as part of the vloggerhood. Huggin' ya back.
Boodah's little friend, Tira...I rescued her a couple of years ago:
I love Tira's leggings. I'm so glad I got to meet Boodah. Psychic-hugs to you.
Tira. I'm so glad you have her, Syd. I love the dappled leggings too. Is it a coincidence that she's a border collie too? Or are you especially drawn to dogs of that breed?
Huh...you just made me realize I've always been partial to collie mixes.
Teddy was a shepherd/collie cross, my childhood canine companion. It's probably the impression he left on my heart that did it.
Then Mikey was a Belgian tervuren/collie cross.
Boodah a Great pyrenee/collie cross.
And finally Tira a heeler/collie cross.
Syd, anytime you need your brain to manufacture some ocytocin, just search on collie cross in Google images. Thousands of splendid dogs there. I think the important part of "collie cross" is the collie part. They're genuine dog-dogs.
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