Sunday, October 23, 2011

Please Meet Greta!

First I want to say THANK YOU, to all my blogging friends for your love and support over the last couple of weeks. Losing my cousin and Heidi within 3 days was traumatic.

So let us move on to a new chapter in our lives!

Please meet Greta!

That is what we have named her. 2 days after we lost Heidi, my friend was at the dentist office and the dental hygienist asked if there was anyone she knew who might want a German Shepard?
I had alot of questions.
was it a girl?
how old was she?
was she housebroken?
was she ok around cats?
The answer was yes to everything.
She was found wandering on a road and a kind family with 3 kids and 2 dogs took her in, but had been looking for a home for her.
We meet them today, Mr., my neighbor and dog sitter went to a park.
It was love at first sight.....she walked up to Mr and planted a wet kiss right on his face. That was at 3:30, by 4pm Mr. had her packed up in the Aspen ready to go home.

She has met all the neighbors, my brother came over.....they all agree, she is a keeper!

I am just grateful that we were so lucky, because my heart was broken when I lost my Heidi girl, but I think it is healing..........


Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

Greta is beautiful, Ann. So happy for you. She is in for a wonderful life :)

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

I'm so happy for you Ann! What a beauty she is!

Take care,

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Oh was meant to be. Heidi needed you and you needed Heidi. I'm really happy for you. Have a wonderful week!

C'est moi Claudette said...

Ann, I'm sooooo happy for you and your family.
Our 7th dog is a beautiful German Shepherd too. They truly are magnificent. I never really had a BIG dog, but I wouldn't trade him for the world.
Happy days for you my friend.
Welcome to your forever home Greta.
Love Claudie

Tete said...

Greta is wonderful. I love shepherds and have had 2 in my life. Duke and Max.
You are going to love having her around. They are super smart and well behaved and they love so much!
I have found that whenever God takes one away, he has another one already picked out for us.
Hugs- Tete

Rebecca said...

Ann, I'm so happy for you and Greta. I know your heart will always be a little broken(mine is) for Heidi, but I'm so glad it was large enough to allow for Greta to come in! God is Good! said...

How beautiful she is. God put you together-you both needed each other.

★Carol★ said...

I'm so sorry for the losses you've suffered, but Greta looks like she's going to bring lots of happiness back into your home. What a lucky girl she is, to have found her forever home. I think it was meant to be!

Thoughts for the day said...

She is a grand lady, and so beautiful I am sure she is also grateful you gave her a home.

Unknown said...

Oh she is just what you need..she was sent to you for a purpose and you have opened your arms and hearts...enjoy your lovely Greta..

GardenOfDaisies said...

Awww, Greta is so cute!!! I'm so glad she has found a new home with you.
My niece had a female shepherd for years and she was the sweetest dog ever!! She was so good with the kids.

Tatiana said...

she is adorable and you girl did a good thing.. hope you have a lot of wonderful moments together..

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

Greta is beautiful and it sounds like it was a match made in heaven, as they say. I'm happy for all of you!!!

Donna said...

What a beautiful girl! I think it was a miracle that she came into your life when she did. I hope she can mend your heart after losing your dear Heidi. When I lost my first cocker spaniel unexpectedly to cancer 8 years ago, I was devastated. 3 weeks later, Hubby surprised me with Emily, another adorable little cocker, who was 8 weeks old at the time. She was a lifesaver! Praying that God will heal your hurts.