Dogs I’ve Loved | Saying Goodbye to the PNW

As our time is wrapping up in Oregon, I am a little bit heartbroken. I have said goodbye to most of my clients, but I still have a few more appointments this week before we head out.

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I’m mostly excited about the adventures that lie ahead, but I sure will miss these sweet faces. Like…a lot.

My two lemons. They were a handful, but totally worth it. I mean..look at those wrinkles!

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The sweet, shy girl took awhile to warm up to me but we became the best of friends. Her brother is also a big softie. 😉

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The most fun duo! I couldn’t ask for a better pair of pups. Ugh…these two were some of my favorites ever.

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Oh, Cora. Rufus reluctantly let you into his life…and you were such a champ for putting up with his grumpy ‘tude!  Even though we all know he kind of liked you. Kind of.

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Ru’s favorite gal, Abby. This one is going to be the hardest of all. I can’t wait to cuddle this goof a few more times this week. My heart is gonna feel this one.

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I like to think of this time as a “See You Later” moment. It’s been a whole lot of fun! We will return, you beautiful coast. Oh yes we will. 

An ode To The Pacific Northwest | WW

In May, it will be four years since we packed up everything we owned and moved across the country to beautiful Oregon.

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And despite being homesick on occasion, this view never gets old.

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Of course there are a ton of grey days, which often lead to a whole lotta rain..

which Rufus could do without. And frankly, it wears on me as well.

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But overall, nothing beats the mountaintop view, cotton candy skies, and being surrounded by evergreen. It’s kind of amazing.

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And no matter how much longer or shorter our time here may be, I’m grateful I got to call this place “home” and eat alllllllllllll of the vegan food I could stand! It’s been real, Oregon.