In Memory of Maggie

Maggie Acorn, 15, an Irish Terrier has gone peacefully into the arms of St. Francis, protector of all animals.  Maggie was a “saloon girl”, having lived all her life above the Acorn Saloon.  In her youth Maggie enjoyed a good scrappy dog fight.  She hated the fourth of July fireworks, but fortunately the last few years she has been deaf.  We once lost her in Idaho because of fireworks.  After a few hours’ frantic search we found her in the town’s only tavern.  Like a typical Irishman she was eating, drinking, and having a wonderful time with her new friends.   Maggie will be remembered for rushing down the stairs to nip the men stomping snow off their boots at the back door of the Acorn Saloon.  That earned her a place on the City’s “potentially dangerous dog” list.  Maggie is survived by John & Jeanie Acorn, Irish Terrier Murphy, and Shelter Dog Will.  Maggie had a good life.

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