Thursday, February 17, 2011

In Memory of Max

In Memory Of Max

Feb 1985-Feb 2002
I raised Max from the day he was born, 1 of 5 sets of twins. Five lived, Max was our wonderdog. Can you see any resemblence to Baby Girl on the side bar?





all of the photos were taken many years ago with 35 mm film, and scanned in my computer last year.

9 comments:

Judy said...

Sweet Memories!

My favorite is of Bob eating and Max leaning on his shoulder.

texwisgirl said...

He was a sweet beauty, and boy did he love his dad!

Madeline said...

Good pictures. You need to get Bob to take pics of you with your babies too. Our four-legged children definitely become members of our family. It is hard to let them go.

Ginny said...

The last picture is my favorite. What happened to Max? From the dates, I'm guessing old age. It looks like Max was actually Bob's dog! And he was very cute and sensitive looking. I mean Max. But actually, Bob as well!!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Oh Sandra..I really- really enjoyed these!! They are soo touching! I love the images- all the funny captures of home. Boy, that is one thing I appreciate and share with my husband too. For the last two nights our old grey cat decided he wanted to come in and would be pleasant to our smaller red. He's getting too old for battles and there is a big nasty puddy that's been coming around at night..our dog has to go out and regularly shoo him off! Anyway, they were all positioned on the bed (I know) but we were so tickled. Our dog never stays long because she gets too hot..but they were so cute! Thanks for the wonderful peek inside your world~

Ann said...

What a pretty dog Max was. I see that he thought he was a lap dog :) I had a chocolate lab that thought the same thing

Krista said...

Max looks like right the sweetheart. He looks like a cross between Baby and Jimmy! :o)

MadameMoiselle said...

Thats some beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing..

It's just so beautiful to see the strong bond btwn Max and your husband.. Truly a man's best friend..

SquirrelQueen said...

Max was a very handsome fellow, I can tell he and your husband were very close. Great memories, thanks for sharing.