August 29th 2010 1:14 pm
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August 22nd was my one-year Bridge anniversary. Mom wanted to help me write a diary entry but she couldn't bring herself to do it that day, so instead she made sure I had a nice new page.
I know I am thought about alot and my name is often mentioned in the house. While my parents had just started grieving over me last year, Quincy was diagnosed with lymphoma, then my kitty sister Mercy was diagnosed with kidney disease. Too bad none of these diseases are things that can be cured with just a pill.
There are pictures of me around the house and a gazillion more on the computer so I will never be forgotten and have a permanent place in my parents' hearts.
Dad has said to Mom that they need to remember to focus on being grateful for every moment we had together, whether it was weeks, months or years, but most of the time that's easier said than done. My Dad says this but I know he misses me alot because I was one of his boys.
I sure hope I don't see Quincy anytime soon. My parents have never been dogless and it's been years since they've only had one dog in the family, but Quincy needs and deserves all their undivided attention, aside from all those cats in the house!
Pretty amazing up here huh Cosmo..
We can watch over our families and know when someone needs our help... I am sure your Mom and Dad know, led by you, we have all had a watchful eye on Quincy and will be there for him..
I think we need to watch over your Mom at night a little better so she doesn't take any more unexpected trips..
See ya at the Turtle Pond Cosmo
Like Cheyanne, we're here for you and your family.
It's been great getting to know you and your pack. Hugs to you.
Your pals, Cookie and Rosie
Can't believe it's been a year since you joined me at the Bridge. But we will always be in the hearts of those who love us. Now, let's Play!
Woofs and wags of a red-golden tail,
I hope it is a long time until you see Quincy.