In Memory of Fezzik Inconceivable
June 4, 2010 – April 29, 2011
Donna L. learned from Fezzik that Corgis “offer so much joy simply by being true to their nature: silly, intelligent, and eager for life.”
At 15 weeks, the day his folks Donna and her husband brought him home.
“Fezzik loved to run and feel the wind in his fur.”
“Sometimes he’d just lie and watch the world go by.”
“It took eight weeks for him to warm up to Kes …
… but once he did, they would play all the time.”
“Our Fezzik enjoyed fishing for toys.”
“He’d lie down and watch Pixar short flicks on his (my) iPad” writes Donna. “Notice the nose prints from scrolling back and forth!”
Fezzik sporting his Christmas bowtie …
… and equally dapper in his blue one. Puttin’ on the Ritz!
“More than anything, Fezzik’s favorite thing was swimming. If the pool was covered he’d sit patiently, almost willing us to remove it so he could hop in.”
Don’t miss the video of him swimming HERE.
“He’d swim for hours, take a puppy nap, and wake up wanting to go right back in.”
“Corgi people really have hearts equal to their dogs. I’ll be forever grateful to Fezzik for teaching me that.”
Donna writes a lovely blog HERE; Fezzik made more than a few appearances. There are more beautiful photos and stories about Fezzik, in addition to the artful crafts Donna shares with friends and followers.
“We’ll miss you Little Man.”
“There will never be another you.”
We miss Fez so much! Beautiful pictures!
Brynwood Needleworks says
Thank you, Laurie. xoxo Donna
Twyla and Lindsey says
Fezzik taught us all a bit about joy. He will forever be missed. Thank you for this beautiful tribute to a very special corgi. Twyla
This is such a loving tribute to beloved Fez. How very sweet of you to honor Fez and his family. I miss him so much…
I hope its not too much to ask but what happened to this beautiful boy? I love your pictures, they really capture the corgi spirit, especially the one of him waiting patiently by the pool. So darling.
Laurie AE says
Fezzik was gone too soon, but his family has bravely chosen to celebrate his life rather than focus on the circumstances of his premature passage. Thanks for respecting their wishes, and for joining with them in cherishing the memories of Fezzik's Corgi Powered time here.
Jan M says
Makes me smile to see his sweet little face again. Thank you for remembering Fezzik and Donna today.
Fez always let me leave with a smile on my face… such a precious gift from your freind…
Big hugs Miss Donna.. love them corgi pants… 😀
That's a lovely tribute to a very beautiful corgi pal.
Whether they live a year or 15 years, they are always gone too soon.
Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents says
How wonderful to see sweet Fez again today. He will always be remembered as the one who brought a smile to my face each Friday. I think this is such a sweet tribute to him and his mommy and dad!
Quiltin' Sandy says
What gorgeous pictures, such a short life, but full of love and fun! Corgis have the most beautiful nature and sweetest faces. God Bless, Fezzik.
Terri Sue says
we had three corgi's over a 14 year period. the first was mine, chesed. when i saw fezzik hunting for toys it reminded me so of chesed. each one of her toys had a name and if you asked her to get a specific one, she would. when she was three years old we mated her with a stunning "husband". out of this we got a huge litter of three girls and three boys. oh what fun were those puppy days. we allowed our two children to each keep a puppy and they each chose a girl. actually the two runts of the litter. after that it seemed everywhere i tried to step there was a corgi. but to anyone who has ever owned one, all you have to do is look at their face and you can't get mad. God created corgi's with permanent smiles on their beautiful faces. i lost chesed in 2008. she was 13 years old. we knew she was dieing but the vet said she was not in pain so we brought her home. i'm glad as she died in my arms. my mama's girl. what caught us by surprise was just a few months later my son's dog, peanut, also died. same situation, she was not in pain so we brought her home and she died in my arms. my son was at boot camp. my daughters dog who we still had didn't die until this last year. the problem was, she was in pain and we had to make the horrible decision to euthanize her. but i held her the entire time, so she too died in my arms. i can't even begin to explain what life without a corgi is like if you have never had one. they are the happiest dogs i think God created with a spirit unlike any other. our dogs didn't have a pool like fezzik, but chesed came up with her own fun with what we had. her joy was a tether ball. after she discovered it no one could play unless they played with her. it was her passion. she won everytime. even my 6'3" husband could not beat her. she was a champion. if any of you ever think of getting a dog, go to the pound. it's what i would do today. but if you have to have a purebred you can do no wrong, you can do no better, than to go with a pembroke welsh corgi. fezzik appears to have been a wonderful dog. i'm going to think of him swimming as i think of chesed playing tether ball. fezzik it looks like you were some dog!
Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig says
Sweet baby! Loved that darling boy.
The French Bear says
What a beautiful tribute to Donna's Fezzik….precious and sweet!