There are families who put their loved ones in the ground on the same day the world is celebrating the Resurrection.
Last night the knock on the door and some sad grand kids came in, Sir Logan was found unresponsive when they returned from dinner. Sir Logan, a beautiful Airedale, a family member for 13 years is gone to a place of good dogs. He was a very good family pet, a gentle giant. I always liked the name Sir Logan.
Sir Logan was welcome anyplace in the home. This is Matt with Logan.
Mark, Logan, Luke and Sherece (above)
Below Sir Logan visiting our old motor home Corinne is petting Sir Logan. Logan was her dog.
Again, Matthew, Sir Logan and Sir Luke!
I text’d Mark, the kids had already told him. Of course he said I wish I was there.
I said Old Logan was a big one. and He returned the text, yeah big enough to get the BoJangles Chicken off the Counter.. HA!
I petted Logan a day or so ago when I was out looking at the new Floor Mark had put down the last time he was up. Logan couldn’t get down the one step to the den area. he just leaned that giant head again me as I petted and talked to him about it not being fun to get old sometimes.
Now it is over for Sir Logan, but strange how forever he will be alive in the hearts of Corinne, Mark, Matthew, Sherece and Luke. Thirteen years is a big hunk of life for a dog to own. We will all miss him. He was out first Grand Dog methinks.
Thanks for stopping by the log.
I could not find my favorite picture of Sir Logan. One with him and Luke in bed.
PS2: I assume tomorrow will be the burial time. They were trying to pick a spot. I don’t think it has been decided yet.
1959 Chevy Apache truck.