n. pl. dow·ries
1. Money or property brought by a bride to her husband at marriage.
As our engagement lingers, I have to wonder how long till I become your Mrs. So anyway... I'm thinking a fall wedding when it cools a bit and the leaves are bright and colorful. What do you think?
Are you paying attention?
Okay. So if you have lost interest, maybe this will change your mind:
I have a dowry all my own,
Included are 3 ice cream cones.
Balls that light and ones that squeak,
I even have a ball that speaks.
My Wally measures 4 foot long,
And Piggie - he will sing a song.
Squirrely Friend and Skunkie too,
A hat that krinkles just like new.
One Santa who is missing stuffing,
Man who wont put up with nothing.
Hotdogs, hamburgers, Kongs with treats,
Mr. Raccoon who's lost his feets.
Reindeer, Gumby, balls galore,
Need I mention any more?
All these things for
me us were bought.
Are ya ready Samson... to tie the knot?
Gracie,Gracie you I adore
but I am a simple hound
who needs no more
than to have found
true love with you
Just us two
gives me more joy
than any toy
Gracie, Gracie, are you spoiled
no matter how I toiled
that much stuff I couldn't buy
Now I worry ~ can I satisfy
you, my Gracie, and I fear
is it enough to simply kiss your ear
If you will have me anyway
this is all I have to say
Let's get married in the fall
and love each other for evermore
Yours truly, Samson XOXOXOXOXO
To read more about Gracie's life with her sweet family (you should see the grandkids), please click here.