January 22, 2012



One day at a time--this is enough. Do not look back and grieve over the past for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live in the present, and make it so beautiful it will be worth remembering.

Hi dearest friends,

The Fearless Five or as were once called, The Pittie Pack, are here for a short visit with Mona, Weenie and the Mommy. We are so proud of our new name. THE FEARLESS FIVE!! We are thought of as hereos here at the bridge but we know that isn't so. We just did what we had to do to save our Mommish, Daddish, Grammish and our precious little two legger pup, Joshua, also known as Pookie Bear. That's Mommy & Daddy's pet name for him because they of course are Mama & Papa Bear. Brinks and Bella are still the Pittie Pack and are the brave ones that are having to deal with happened down below.

It is such a wonderful place up here. So many nice doggies, kitties and all kind of animals to play with. Lots of our friends from Blogville were here to greet us and it's been so nice catching up with everybodyWe have everything we want or could ever dream of right here. Shelby is as beautiful as Auntie Sarah and our Mommish ever dreamed she would be. If you've seen the picture Spirit on our blog, you know that's how Shelby looks.

We can't stay long because there is so much to do up here but we wanted to let you know how things are going. It won't take long because Aunt Sarah has lots of pictures to show you of our family. Shelby wants to go first.

Shelby ......

OMD!! Where do I start. The first doggies I saw when I crossed the bridge was my two puppies that died. They were all over me giving me kisses and licks. My heart was racing. Me and my babies together again! But there was someone else with them. The Mommy's Samamtha, who had been watching over them for me until I could be with them again. She was there at the bridge to welcome me in. Then she took me to visit Dakota, Joanie, Snowball and lots of other Blogville girl doggies. Samantha left the Mommy on January 26, 2005. She said she knew her Mommy was gonna start thinking about the last week she was on earth and how sick she was so she was glad I was there with her. She doesn't lik to see her Mommy cry and there is no reason for anybody to cry anymore for any of us because it is HEAVENLY here.

(the Mommy.....this is the face I fell in love with--it was taken 7 days after she was rescued.)
The Mommy's heart, Samantha, my bestest friend up here.

Guero & Coco Chanel........

Boy of boy, are we having fun up here. We get to run, play & sniff around as much as we want and never have to go inside. We have even mastered the art of squirrel catching. We've made lots of friends but me and Coco like to stick together just like we did at home. I, Guero, always had to be with Coco even if I had to go to the Vet, we don't have vets up here cause nobody ever gets sick.


Oh my goodness. I'm blushing all over. I already have a boyfriend and we've only been here a short time. The first doggie I saw was Samantha and she said she was gonna look after me because I'm a little girl. Not that there is any reason to be scared up here. Everybody is so nice. The second doggie I saw was JODY. For those of you that have followed Mona & Weenie's blog for long know that my Jody, was not the Mommy's boy, but he was her heart and visited with her and the Mommy a lot. He left for the bridge on October 14, 2008. Let me tell you,, he is a real imp and just as crazy as Tiger. Non-stop, running & playing. Tiger and Jody are like 2 peas in a pod. They are best buddies already and I still get to romp with Tiger as much as I ever did.

My Jody (for a better picture see his picture in the right sidebar)

Wow! What a fantastic place this is. I have a new friend, named Jody, whose sweet on Lucky. He's just perfect for Lucky. We are like 2 peas in a pod. All of us, the Pittie Pack or Fearless Five, visit with each other each day and sleep together at night under the watchful eyes of Shelby and Samantha. I miss my Mona so much and she is in my heart everyday until we meet again.

The Fearless Five............

Please do not worry about us. We will be fine and will see you all some day. You'll love it up here.

The Mommy here,

Friday, Sandra, Josh, the baby and I went out to dinner. It was nice to get away for awhile and try to have a little fun. We had a great time. Pookie Bear kept us entertained. He is a beautiful child and thanks to the Fearless Five he is still with us. The following are just a few of the pictures I took at Sandra's MIL's house while I was there playing with Brinks and Bella. Poor Bella is still traumatized by what happened. I thank God that Brinks is still with her. She follows him everywhere.









PS...........{{{huggies}}} from Mona & Weenie says Sniff ya later.


harrispen said...

Thanks so much for sharing this. It is good to see Sandra and the Josh's smiling. Little Josh sure looks like a happy baby. I love the picture of Brinks getting butt scritches and his tongue sticking out.


Lorenza said...

Beautiful post!
Thanks a lot for sharing it.
I am happy to see all of them together.
Take care
Kisses and hugs

Two French Bulldogs said...

what a great post...love it, The Fearless Five
Benny & Lily

GOOSE said...

Beautiful. What a wonderful post.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Oh thank you , thank you for sharing this beautiful post with us!
Little baby Josh is walking already!
Look at that smile! It is so good to see the my friends- sharing love!
Brinks and Bella are very watchful, and so loving.

sprinkles said...

What a beautiful post!!! Thank you for sharing all of these pictures. It's good to see they're all able to smile.

I am still keeping them all in my prayers.

Really need to get my quilt square sent in.

JD and Max said...

This is such a beautiful post - it made us all leak a bit, but more happy leaking this time, you know? Blogville is such a special place - it's helping us to understand this awful tragedy just a little bit.

Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max

Mr. Pip said...

What beautiful pictures!

Your pal, Pip

Sarge said...

Wow, what a wonderful update! I'm so glad that you, the Fearless Five, are now free and having fun. My mom wants you to say hello to her sweet Cisco when you see him. He's there too.
Great pix of the fam all together! That mini-two-legger crawls pretty good for having a car on his butt! BOL
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Amber DaWeenie said...

Thank you so much for the updates, even though it was another tissue alert. Life has to go on for those left behind, while our loved ones watch us and take care of us from the Bridge.

HoundDogMom said...

Thanks for sharing. It is so nice to have a face with some of our blogville friends who have had to endure so much this past year. Sniffs, The HoundDogs

Anonymous said...

This made my mom leaky but made me wiggle and wag all over. I'm very much happy that our furends are having fun at the Bridge. We miss them so much but we'll see them again someday. I hope if they see my Brudder Cap'n Ripley that they'll tell him I said hi and give him a kiss from me!

And gosh, I luved those pictures of Miss Sandra and Big Josh and Little Josh and Brinks and Bella! Thank you, thank you for sharing them with us.

Wiggles & Wags,

Minna Krebs said...

what a wonderful post!

and it is good to see the fotos of Sandra and family.....I even see a little smile on Sandra's face! Lovely

Pippa said...

What a great tribute to the heroes, and what lovely pix of the survivors. Those pix of brinks and bella brought a smile to our faces.

We keep checking out HPP blog to see how they are getting on, and hope with time, they will all begin to feel less traumatised.

And thank you from the message from Roxie and her idle Mom :D


Nadine, Chewy and Lilibell said...

Fearless Five, would you please keep your eyes out for a new kitty that joined you over the Rainbow Bridge? We don't know his name, but he is orange and white. The Mom and Dad found him Friday with horrible burns and tried, along with our SPCA, everything in their power to save him, but sadly his burns were too bad and left for too long. The nice people at the SPCA figured he would be better off and happier at the Rainbow Bridge.

Sad Waggles & Chi kisses, Chewy & Lilibell

Miss HoneyBuzz and Momma Maureen said...

This put smiles in my heart but my old ball and chain has got the eye sprinkles again. Seriously, the woman could water the white house lawn the way she carries on sometimes. I've even caught her crying at tv commercials! Can you believe that?! What a sap!!

But I digress... I did so love hearing from our friends at the bridge. It filled my heart with the warm fuzzables.

Lots of Love - HoneyBuzz & the Sap.

PS - The sap said to tell you that she loved the photo of your momma and baby Josh laughing the bestest. She said the smiles and both your faces was be-u-tea-full!!