Monday, April 9, 2012

I Planted A Flower For Payton


Today I planted a flower.
It was a pink flower for a special friend.
Pink flowers smell sweet like bubble gum.
Winston @ two cats and a pug - his family was planting a pink memorial
garden for our friend Payton who now lives at the Rainbow Bridge.

Winston welcomed others to join
in his Pink Memorial Garden Tribute to Payton's memory. ( Pugnacious P )
I think my flower looks so pretty.
Each and every petal is so sweet.
I smell its sweetness all around me.
The sun is kissing it's tiny face
and sending the love to Payton!
Thank you Winston for allowing us to join in your tribute.
nitey nite
love
tweedles

28 comments:

tubby3pug said...

What a beautiful flower, beautiful like Payton and beautiful like you

urban hounds

Minnie and Mack said...

So pretty and sweet for Payton.

Drools and licks,
Minnie and Mack

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a sweet, wonderful way to remember and honor your friend Payton.

Kristina Zambrano said...

what a lovely flower Tweed lovely as you and so does Payton

3 doxies said...

Ooooh Tweedles, what a luvelry idea! Dat is da sweetest thing evers and I knows it is gonna be super specials fur Payton's family, I knows they will loves it.

Puddles

Two French Bulldogs said...

You sure are a special friend. Beautiful
Benny & Lily

Soggibottom said...

Ah... I love the colour pink .....
X X X

A Day in the Life of Pugs said...

Tweedles ... you picked out a beautiful flower in memory of Payton! Last week mama ordered pink bleeding hearts that we are going to plant in our garden. They are supposed to come up every year and when they do we will remember sweet Payton.

Love Zoe, Peyton, Webster & Liberty

Chatty Crone said...

Is this another poor baby that went to Rainbow Ridge? Gosh that is so sad. I like you remembered her by planting a flower. sandie

Rae - Say It Ain't So said...

that is very sweet! what a great way to remember payton. we planted a red rose bush over the spot that we buried our first pug (her name was Rose). It bloomed again this year and I think of her every time I look at it.

Winston, Kizzy and Tika of Two Cats and a Pug said...

Oh Tweedles your flower is so pretty I am certain that Payton will be smiling from up above us. Mum and I chose begonias. They are flowering lots right nows too. We were a little slow getting our post up today on account Mum wanted to takes advantage of the sunshines and get in an afternoon walks before sitting down to post.


Thank you for pawticipating

Winston Wilbur

Faith Shen said...

Tweedles,your such a good gardener, your flowers blooms fabulous.


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~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

What a sweet, and beautiful thing to do! Now each time it blooms in the years ahead and even when it isn't blooming you can remember your precious friend, that I know is looking down at you from above!!

Mr. Pip said...

What a beautiful way to celebrate sweet Payton. I am sure she is looking down and smiling at her beautiful flower!

Your pal, Pip

Studio at the Farm said...

Tweedles, you are such a sweet and thoughtful and compassionate girl. XOXO

It's a Weinerful Life!!! said...

Tweedles you are too cute. That flower was just beautiful. It was a great tribute to your friend Payton. Sending wags and extra kisses to you. ~Weinerful Gang~

chicamom85 said...

Tweedles, I bet Payton is smiling so big looking at your pretty flower from the bridge. I love pink, it makes me happy too, just thinking about it. It is so sad when we lose our sweet friends, but the flower is such a happy way to remember her. I just can't be sad when I see a pink flower. I love my Tweedles cause you are the best and most thoughtful friend there could ever be.

I bet the Easter Bunny came and left you love and flowers and frogs and all the things you love out in your yard. He knew thats what you would want. At least thats what I think.

Loveys Sasha

Macintosh Mitch said...

What a wonderful idea! Your pink flower is just beautiful, Tweedles!

Love ya lots,
Mitch

Meredith LeBlanc said...

We'll be planting a pink flower for Payton in a couple of weeks when its a little warmer. Your flower is beautiful Tweedles :)

♥♥♥
Meredith & Scarlet

sashacleo said...

what a beautiful flower, and a beautiful gesture! you're a sweetheart, tweedles.

Tiffy said...

What a beautiful pink flower, Tweedles! I just know that Payton will shine down on it and it will grow big and strong. Keep watering it, okay?

I am going to plant a pink flower later this week I hope. Momma is busy and she doesn't have time to go to the store. Should I just take some silk flowers out to the garden for now or would that be silly?

Tiffy

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

What a beautiful way to remember a dear friend!

kissa-bull said...

tweedles dearest cupcake of the pittie packs world, mommish has a question for you. daddish is going to order mommish your book for mothers day and we want to know how to go about getting it pawtographed by you. could you please peemail us at
thehoustonpittiepack@yahoo.com

thank you sweetest cupcake ever to be
pibble sugars
the pittie pack

Dana Orsborn said...

Hi Tweedles!

That is so sweet you planted a flower for Payton.
It is beautiful. Payton was one sexy gal.
We are going to remember her always.

-Dana, Daisy & Bruce

Bicontinental Dachshund said...

What a fabulous flower!

Thank you for sending me your healing vibes. Please keep them coming my way because we're getting my test results tomorrow.

Love,
Tootsie

dw said...

The pink flowers for Payton are beautiful, just like her. I am going to get some pink flowers for a pot and put it on my balcony. We're still getting a bit chilly at night (we're under a freeze warning tonight but I don't think it'll get that cold in the city), but once I know it'll stay warm, I'll plant pink flowers for Payton, too.

Hank said...

Tweeds, honey.....that sure is a perty flower. Just like Payton.

We're gonna plant some pink Begonias fer Payton.

Frank The Tank said...

Awwwww Tweedles, that is so sweet, such a pretty flower in memory of such a pretty pug! Love Frank xxxxxxxxxxxxx