Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Not So Wordless Wednesday

Are you ready for some football?
Football season is officially here!  My sisfur Sadie used to watch football with Daddy and she'd howl after touchdowns when he put his arms in the air.  Since I'm Daddy's Girl, I'll watch with him this year but I sure won't be howling!  Actually,  I just hope I can stay awake!

Traditions and memories can be bittersweet can't they?

We hope you have lovely memories of fall,
Isabella

27 comments:

dArtagnan Rumblepurr/Diego Hamlet Moonfur said...

I bet Sadie is still watching and howling, she's watching over you guys with love.

Jeanne Pursell said...

Hi Isabella! It is very hard when we miss our beloved pets...we still miss our big brother too. We agree with the comment above...bet Sadie really is watching the game from above! xoxo and extra hugs for you!! Chloe and LadyBug

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

No football here - neither of the humans care for any sports.

Karen and Gerard said...

Abby cheers along with us too when we watch football, Manny usually lays on me and Spunky Doodle goes off and does her own thing.

The Furries of Whisppy said...

I don't watch football games but I sure like the "where's the cat" game that Mommy and I invented. BOL!

Love, Whisky

Boo-Bah AKA Iris said...

I think we all have those bittersweet memories. Sadie will live forever in your heart.

Isabella I sleep during football too.

Hugs
Iris

Sandee said...

I think Sadie is still enjoying football season. Bless her heart. I know daddy will be happy to have you join him for football season. You'll do what you do best, be great company.

Have a purrfect day. My best to your wonderful parents. :)

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

You'll have to purr really loud when they score a touchdown :) I'm sure Sadie will be watching with you and cheering from above :)

Faith said...

Oh! They can be bittersweet indeed. Sending hugs your way.

The Army of Four said...

We're ready for some football ... but we're not so sure the Chiefs are. If you know what I mean.
Woo.
Luv,
Dave

Duni said...

Although it won't be the same without sweet Sadie, I'm sure Isabella will do her best to "cheer" along with Daddy!

Reeni Pisano said...

We're very happy fall is almost here event though we don't watch football! You are looking very pretty today Bella! Love, Moon xoxo

Grace said...

Awww...that made me a little sad.

Marg said...

Oh Isabella, that is so nice of you to keep Dad company for the football games.You could try to put your paws up for a touch down. No howling though. We know that Sadie is watching too. She will do the howling. Take care.

Patty Woodland said...

Yes, indeed they can. I used to watch football with my father....

Nancy said...

Awh, how sweet.

Katie Isabella said...

Yes darling Isabella, their can be bittersweet times. Last Christmas was one for our family. No Admiral to climb over thigs and help with papers. :-)

Watch football with Daddy and help him celebrate TD's. You'll be glad.

Rose said...

I know that your daddy will appreciate you filling Sadie's role this year, regardless of how much football you actually watch.

Kjelle Bus said...

I think your daddy will keep you awake when he scream after efurry touchdown *mol*

Ann said...

Even though Sadie won't be there to howl with your dad I bet she is still ready to watch some football with him. You are a good kitty to take over Sadies tradition of watching the games with your dad.

The Island Cats said...

Isabella, maybe you should howl just a little bit. It would make your daddy happy. :)

Catherine said...

Sadie will be right beside you I think!
xo Catherine

Lin said...

Oh, darn. You have to go all through all those "firsts" before you can heal. It's hard, isn't it? Every thing you do just brings memories of Sadie. :(

I miss her too.

Kathleen said...

Missy sends (((hugs))) to your beans! We don't sees the footballs here - but we keeps Missy company whiles she paints stuffs. Well, really we naps but we tries not to snores.
=<,,>=
da zoo

womanbread said...

Yes, sweet little Isabella. Traditions and our memories - loving though they are - can indeed be bittersweet. We remember those things,people, places and furry friends we loved (and still love) so much with so much love, and yes, many times, with tears, too.

What a beautiful girl you are, Isabella, and what a beautiful girl your sisfur Sadie was, too. - June

storybeader said...

I'm sure your daddy will keep you awake! Good luck to your team! {:-D

Splendid Little Stars said...

Yes they can, Isabella. But you can start some new traditions. Good of you to carry on in your own way! I'm sure your daddy will appreciate it!