Ive had the pleasure of being a corgi for the past 12 years. Im not sure there is much else about me that is really as important as that.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
For the last 12 years my house, my heart and my life have been filled with short legs, fluffy butts and more personality than one person knows what to do with. When I first chose Toby 12 years ago I wondered if I had made a mistake, Today I realize I never chose him, he picked me. It was never a mistake, we were just figuring each other out. We were blessed to bring home Parker- Bentley two months later and our adventure together began. We spent time on the water, playing in the snow and leaves. We loved little kids and grandparents alike and honed our herding skills on any toddlers or remote control cars that would participate. In October of 2016 I had to say goodbye to Toby, it was the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my life. I never knew I could love another heartbeat so much in my life until it stopped. People have said 12 years is a long time, but in the heart of someone who loves a Corgi it feels like they just came home yesterday. My heart is slowly healing but will never be the same. Him and I will always celebrate our Birthdays together in October ( I'm telling ya it was fate that we ended up together) and his passing will share the same month. Parker or P-Bubs is slowing adjusting to being the primary focus in my home. He is a different dog now, much slower, less rowdy, probably sort of lonely. We are doing our best to move forward together and I'm making sure that I do everything right by him. He will be 12 in June and I'm not so sure I'm ready to part ways with him. I can say that these boys will be the only Corgi's I ever parent. There is a startling reality that sometimes you just know that you are done. My heart will always have a love for these pups and anyone who owns them but my void will just never be filled. I know this is a novel but thank you to anyone who has ever loved, rescued or ooed and awwwed over a corgi. They aren't for everyone, but the ones they are, are forever changed.
Welcome! Glad to see some more midwesterners here! I work in Omaha, but live 50 miles west in the country. (I grew up there, though!)
Hope you didn't have any severe weather last night!
My corgi, Penni welcomes Toby & Parker!