You don’t have to look at the garden to know that winter is giving way to spring. You can sense it.
You don’t have to envision the flowers and trees in bloom. You can smell them.
You don’t have to behold the sun to know that it is shining. You can experience its warmth.
You don’t have to observe the birds to know their delight in fresh worms and tiny buds. You can hear them.
And 10-year-old blind Mac-aroni does not need to see the love of his new mom on their going home day.
He can feel it.
Congratulations and happy life, sweet boy!
14 thoughts on “Mac-aroni’s Going Home Day”
Great pics…. and we are under a snow storm warning situation! No Spring in the immediate future for us. 😦
Golden Brodie here. We’re getting ready for a now storm ❄️❄️❄️
Mac you are one cool golden🐾🐾
Mac-aroni’s mom gets it: touch and smell! Such beautiful ranunculus and tulips as well as Mac and his mom! What a happy day for them both.
Hooray got Mac-aroni. I have to admit to a newfound fondness for blind dogs. I’m rooting for all of them.
Beautiful photos and an even more beautiful story! Happy days for Mac-aroni and his new mom!! ❤
Wonderful to see you again – gorgeous photographs of what’s to come. But my favorite is that Mac-aroni is going home with a new mom!
I so love this, happy life Mac!! ❤ ❤
You and your pups are surrounded by kind hearted, good people. 🙂
You are a consummate story teller! Loved seeing the allure of spring flowers (we’re in a snow storm now) and of course, a happy ending for sweet Mac-aroni 🙂
The photos of Mac-aroni and his mom gave me goosebumps. I’m so happy for them. And the garden is beyond gorgeous! Wow, you made my day with this post!
! Happy days for Mac-aroni and his new mom!