|Harper saying good bye to her good friend, Zuma.|
I look back over the past 10 years and I smile at all the memories we are left with. The day I took her home with me and was so excited to stop and buy her a bed and cute dog toys. My attempts at training her to sleep on my bed but she'd always end up moving to the floor during the night. The early morning alarms for me to take her on a walk before I left for work and then as she got older and heard the alarm she would push herself under the bed because she was tired and didn't want to get up. She was never much of a morning dog. Ty and my first date at The Wilderness Park where we took Harper on a walk and she pulled out of his hands to jump into a nasty lake. He panicked knowing if he was the reason I lost my beloved dog that first date would also be our last. Bringing Carter home from the hospital and Harper excitedly sniffing all over him. How any time I'd lay him down she'd cuddle up right next to him if she could. When he was a baby how she'd lay there and let him pull handfuls of her fur, not leaving or moving even though all she'd have to do would be move away to where he couldn't reach because he couldn't move yet. Her excitement over Elise when she was born and how she'd allow the kids to walk her, not pulling at all!
|Carter walking Harper at the playground.|
|Pretty girl out for a walk when she was younger.|
|Harper with Elise when she was younger.|
|With all my babies after Elise was born.|