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The Boy In The Striped Pajamas

7.7/10 - IMDb

(2008) PG-13 - 1hr 34min

Set during World War II, a story seen through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a concentration camp, whose forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and unexpected consequences.

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photo credit: Kenneth Griffiths / source


duke’s last day

Our furchildren bring us much happiness and unconditional love but there comes a time when we inevitably have to say goodbye. This is Duke’s goodbye. It is the most beautiful yet heart breaking goodbye.

You have been warned, let the water works begin.

Please note: This is an excerpt from photographer Robyn Arouty’s post. All images and captions are from Robyn Arouty’s blog. Read the full post here.

I Died Today. By Duke Roberts.

And I ate a lot of hamburgers. We had a party.

And I laughed.

And I thought about how much I’m going to miss it here.

Kristen came to see me. She’s a hoot. She’s my groomer. And my buddy.

While we were waiting for the vet to come, Kristen said we were going for a walk. Then someone said, “How about a play in the water at the splash park down the street?” So off we went!

“I need you to help me watch over my family. Did you hear me? This is all I want!”

We got wet today.

We smiled today.

I relaxed today.

I felt no pain. Even though the tumor grew so big.

I felt the love today.

God, I was lucky. Our time was short. But you both gave me a second chance & we lived it up together. You love when I look at you. I’ll never stop.

Always, Dukey.


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