Memory Monday

Mom has decided that she is cutting back on Memory Mondays to be only the first Monday of the month. That was today. Dad was trying all day long to install a new solid state hard drive in Mom’s computer, so she couldn’t do anything on my blog. Long story short, her computer rejected the hard drive, so here we are, waiting for the poor old drive to fail. Maybe Mom could give it shots of adequin, like she puts in my leg. BOL!

We finally sold our house in Red Bank, TN last week. That means I don’t get to go over there and sniff all around the yard any more. I think I am going to miss it. I thought I would post some memories in the form of pictures about my life on De Fue Street.

This is me and my Dad on my birthday in 2008. I don't know why he has such a funny look on his face.

This is me and my Dad on my birthday in 2008. I don’t know why he has such a funny look on his face.

 

This is me waiting for Christmas dinner in 2007.

This is me waiting for Christmas dinner, 2007.

 

I liked to sit in the chair on the front porch and watch everything happening in the neighborhood.

I liked to sit in the chair on the front porch and watch everything happening in the neighborhood.

 

Mommy planted flowers in pots and made the porch pretty.

Mommy planted flowers in pots and made the porch pretty. Look at my crazy beard!

 

On cold winter nights I would lay on the ottoman in front of the fireplace. Mom used to say it was the most expensive dog bed she ever bought.

On cold winter nights I would lay on the ottoman in front of the fireplace. Mom used to say it was the most expensive dog bed she ever bought. 

 

I would go out the back door into the great big fenced yard. My screen house was out there too, and I could duck under the screening if I wanted to be inside it.

I would go out the back door into the great big fenced yard. My screen house was out there too, and I could duck under the screening if I wanted to be inside it.

 

A dog and her stick. Goodbye, sweet De Fue Street House.

A dog and her stick. Goodbye, sweet De Fue Street House.

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