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Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

April 23rd 2008 9:05 am
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Well, today was to be my last day upon this earth. I crossed the bridge this morning around 8:05 am with mom and dad standing close by. Mom held my little arm and dad cradled my head. The doctor said that it would be quick and painless, and I guess she was right, I went right to sleep for the last time. I watched for awhile in the room at how heartbroken and sad mom and dad were and tried to give them a signal that I was ok. I could see clearly again, I could run so fast and jump around without any pain, without falling down, I am breathing as normally as a pug possibly could, and most of all I knew who I was, where I was, and where mom and dad were. Mom and dad know I'm in a better place right now. I tried to tell them not to cry, Mason and Eliot would sound out my signature dinner song for me after I was gone, everyone would be there for each other to pull them through...

These last few days were hard, really difficult. It has started to heat up and I started to go south, more quickly than anyone imagined. I suddenly forgot who I was, where I was. I was constantly running into EVERYTHING!!! I could not get comfortable. They always said there was a "honeymoon" period before, and I was rockin' the Granny Vibe through the winter, but humidity is not my friend and it finally took a toll on my little precious body. Last night was decision time when mom and dad stayed up all night holding me and telling me that everything was alright, for I could not get comfortable and go to sleep, I finally slept and this morning, I just could not hold myself up, not even to eat!!

I had a difficult life, but it ended wonderfully! I had a huge loving family and wonderful parents that nurtured my every need and want! A spoiled diva puggy couldn't ask for more in her golden years! Now I am at peace, watching over my family, makin' sure that everything is ok and that they will be alright during this traumatic time.

I had a difficult life, but it ended wonderfully! 15 years ain't bad for a diva! I had a huge loving family and wonderful parents that nurtured my every need and want! A spoiled diva puggy couldn't ask for more in her golden years!

 
 

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