Small Treasure Tuesdays

I really enjoy telling you all about the treasures in my life, and I would love to hear some of your treasures too.
So I decided to start Small Treasure Tuesdays!

It's so important to remember and appreciate the little, and big, things that make life beautiful. I'm hoping that by writing about our Small Treasures, we'll be able to help ourselves, and others, focus on all the good.

You can tell us about some of the small (or big) treasures in your life; little blessings, things/people that you're grateful for -that sort of thing

It doesn't have to be long, it can be as simple as linking up a picture or a quote. I don't want anyone feeling overwhelmed by this :-)

 I'm excited to learn about your treasures!

1) Make sure you link directly to the page your Small Treasure Tuesdays post is on, not your main blog page.
If you don't have a blog, you can still participate and leave your treasure in a comment.

2) Please link back here so other people can join in on the fun! A good way to do that is by grabbing my button :-)

3) Visit as many people as you want/can. All I ask is that you please visit the person above you in the list, and leave a comment. Everyone loves to know what you think of their treasures!

A treasure in my life today is Charlie.

He's 15 years old, he is the sweetest dog I've ever known 
Sadly he needs to be put to sleep today. 

He's had a long and happy life with the Magistros, he was Michael's best friend for so long 
He's suffering greatly, and his body is shutting down. He won't even eat anymore.

It's really sad, but we all want him to be out of pain. And we know we'll get to see him again someday.

The time we got to spend with him has been a wonderful treasure.

What's a treasure you're appreciating today? 


Annie said...

Oh Chantel. I am so sorry for you and Michael. Love you both.

Helena said...

Oh Chantel, that's so sad.

Melissa said...

How sad!! We had a greyhound for twelve years. We adopted her when she was one. It was a sad day when the vet said we should let her go.

He is such a beautiful dog - I am sure you will both miss him tremendously.

Kim @ seven thirty three said...

I know the sadness of putting a loving companion down. But at least he is no longer suffering. I am sending good feelings your way.

CNM said...

I'm so sorry about your doggie! Glad he was such a good friend to you and your husband!