Monday Memories-our little trip down memory lane.
When Alex died, for some reason Otis Redding's, "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" started playing through my head and it became his song.
There's no significance or tie to Alex and the song, not even in hindsight, just that it was suddenly playing inside my heart when I lost him.
I had a few different ideas I planned to choose from to write for Monday Memories, when Otis started grooving again inside of me and all I could think of was Alex.
Sing it Alex!!
Im sorry for the loss of Alex, no matter how long its been its still so hard.
Im so glad that you have pictures and wonderful memories of him. Thank you for sharing.
Now I'll think of your sweet Alex every time I hear that song!
Check out my VERY OWN blog (well, I do have to share it with my sisters but it's MOSTLY mine!) at http://caninecomments.blogspot.com
I got to pick out my favorite dog blogs and link to them from mine and yours is one of the ones that I linked to! I hope you'll come visit me and my sisters (mostly ME!) real soon...
Your new Friend,
Alex was a beauty! Thanks for sharing him with us.
Your pal, Pip
Sounds like Alex was just letting you know he was with you! When Sheena (our Sheltie) died I had a similar connection with the song, "Here Comes The Sun," by the Beatles. No significance to our lives together but I would just break down everytime I heard it in my head, especially the part "Little Darling It's been a long, cold lonely winter, Little Darling It feels like years since it's been here.."
It's kinda weird the things that remind us of a pet that's passed on. And it's kinda reassuring when they pop up in your mind from time to time. I look at his picture whenever I'm here.
What a great memory to associate with Alex. He was beautiful!
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