Reflections on life, marriage, and a young woman who is constantly learning how much there will always be to learn!

Monday, December 19, 2005

Fluffy: 10-01-03 - 12-18-05

November 2004

Playing dress-up with my sister Megan

Christmas 2003

Fluffy as a puppy, with my Dad

Me and snuggly Fluffs


Blogger Mrs.B. said...

I LOVE the pictures! She sure was a cutie! Every time I see her picture I think of our dog 'Kisses' that we used to have.

2:39 PM, December 19, 2005  
Anonymous Julie said...

Im sorry for your loss. I have lost many pets over the years and grieved for each one of them. I have three cats right now that I can get pretty riled at at times but know I will grieve for them deeply when they are gone.
Praying for you!


11:36 AM, December 20, 2005  
Anonymous Jaime said...

I was considering getting Lilly my daughter a maltese when she turns 5-7 yo. But, I can't bring myself to do it
I feel your greif and loss.
My favorite Kitten, only about a year old. Died in my arms.
I was 8 yo at the time.
I woke up early one morning, and found Tomas laying under the coffie table.
I piked him up, he turned hi head, looking frightened and weak, and said, "meow" in a very low groan. then peacefully closed his eyes and died.
I will never forget how i ran scremaing into my moms and dads bedroom holding Tomas...dead.
We burried him in the backyard.
I cried so much.
I lost alot of weight.
It took nearly over a year to get over it.
I was hoping he would come back.
Like Tomas-cina in that disney movie.
Somehow some natural healing vet woould unearth it and magicaly bring Tomas back to Life.
Part of the main thing that made it so hard to recover, was that i was told there was no way of knowing if animals of any kind ever REALLY live beyond this earth. If when they die, they just cease to exist.
THAT, even to this day, Has preventd me for ever becoming ATTACHED TO any animal. For the death hurts far worse than a human's death. for there is NO hope.

9:02 PM, December 27, 2005  

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