My Old Friend-Final Mix
Here is a photo of my old friend Duke. I wrote the song “My Old Friend” as a tribute to him and to the special bond that many people and dogs share. A link to the song is included in this post. I thought some of you would like to see a photo of Duke. My co-writer on the song is Kevin Harris.
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What a gorgeous pal!!
Thank you, Mimi. He’s like a great big Teddy Bear who follows me everywhere.
He’s just gorgeous! :-). I find this bonds (for me) extends not just to dogs, but cats, and all living things.
When I lost my house in 2011, I also had to rehome my cat. It still breaks my heart to this day, and I think of him often.
Animals have the most beautiful and pure souls ♥
Thank you, Meg. I sometimes write that it is a tribute to the bond between people and their pets, instead of just specifying dogs. And it is. I’m sorry that you had to rehome your cat. I’m sure that although it breaks your heart that you derive at least a little comfort that your cat went to a good and loving home.
He’s adorable, good to put a face with the song 🙂
Thank you! I agree!
I love that song, Russ and it’s so nice to see a picture of Duke. He’s a beautiful boy!
Thank you for both compliments, my friend. I’m blessed to have readers such as you.
Dogs are my best mates… they all love me, maybe that is why I’m known as bulldog… love this picture, what a great lovable dog he looks…
Thank you. BTW, in the last day or three I’ve been re-thinking my decision to call you Rob. Bulldog seems to me to fit better, and since you appear to like it at least as much, I plan to call you Bulldog going forward.
I wish you’d been here to take Duke’s photo. I’m certain you’d have captured his greatness and personality so much better than I.