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I'M BACK!!!!! YEAH!!!!

November 26th 2011 3:22 pm
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Sorry I've been gone for like forever but I knew I would return back someday. I really need your compassion. My sister Mollie died today. She suffered a stroke from seizure. I miss her so much already. I knew this day was coming soon. She was diganosed with diabieties and lost sight in both eyes. She was rapidly losing wieght these past few weeks. My mom went out of town for Thanksgiving holiday to visit family and friends and left me and Mollie at the Vet Hospital for a week like she did once before. The Vetinarian called her friday night, while on a train for home and said she had a stroke. Mom's new husband went to the vet this morning upon arrival home cause mom was too upset to go and vet said Mollie is in a comma and lost brain and liver functions. Mom already knew it was time to end her suffing and authorized to end her suffering. She died in dad's arms on a warm green blanket and I said goodbye to her. Mom preparing a shrine for Mollie to keep her in our home, safe and surrounded by love, forever and always. My dear sister. I love you so much. May you rest in peace in Doggy Heaven over the Rainbow Bridge. In this I pray for you...

The Rainbow Bridge
Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge.

When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing; they each miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. Their bright eyes are intent; their eager body quivers. Suddenly they begin to run from the group, flying over the green grass, their legs carrying them faster and faster.

You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into the trusting eyes of your pet, so long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.

Then you cross Rainbow Bridge together....

 

Memorial Day History

June 5th 2010 7:35 pm
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Memorial Day History

The May holiday honoring veterans first began back on May 5, 1868. General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, declared it a holiday when flowers were placed on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery of soldiers who had fallen in the Civil War. After World War I the focus of the holiday shifted to honoring the fallen from all American wars. It wasn't until 1971 that Congress made it an official federal holiday under the National Holiday Act. The holiday is now celebrated on the last Monday in May across the United States.


Eulogy for a Veteran
By Unknown Author

Do not stand at my grave and weep.
I am not there, I do not sleep.

I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.

I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.

When you awaken in the mornings hush,
I am the swift uplifting rush
of quiet birds in circled flight,

I am the soft stars that shine at night.

Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there, I did not die.

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Earliest History of Mothers Day

May 11th 2010 10:33 pm
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Earliest History of Mothers Day

The earliest history of Mothers Day dates back to the ancient annual spring festival the Greeks dedicated to maternal goddesses. The Greeks used the occasion to honor Rhea, wife of Cronus and the mother of many deities of Greek mythology.

Ancient Romans, too, celebrated a spring festival, called Hilaria dedicated to Cybele, a mother goddess. It may be noted that ceremonies in honour of Cybele began some 250 years before Christ was born. The celebration made on the Ides of March by making offerings in the temple of Cybele lasted for three days and included parades, games and masquerades. The celebrations were notorious enough that followers of Cybele were banished from Rome.

Early Christians celebrated a Mother's Day of sorts during the festival on the fourth Sunday of Lent in honor of the Virgin Mary, the Mother of Christ. In England the holiday was expanded to include all mothers. It was then called Mothering Sunday.

 

TAG YOUR IT SANTA'S HELPER!

December 12th 2009 10:07 am
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TAG YOUR IT SANTA'S HELPER!

You've been Tag to Help Santa tell his story!

Just copy and past this message into your Pawpage Diary, then go Tag five of your Pals!

Santa will thank you with an Extra Present!
Ho! Ho! and Merry Christmas!



Who is Santa Claus? No really who is he?
Santa Claus was not always a jolly old fellow. He did not always have long white whiskers, and he did not always wear a big red suit.

Long before he lived in the North Pole, and long before his yearly Christmas visits brought joy to all the children of the world, Santa Claus was a child himself. He was once just an ordinary baby boy named Nicholas. The baby boy was just like any other, but his parents hoped for great things from their only son. They named him Nicholas, which means "hero of the people."

Even at a young age, Nicholas was a kind and generous boy. He often helped the people in his village. He shared his meals with those who had nothing to eat, he was always the first to lend a helping hand, and he brought joy to young and old alike. There was no better friend to have than young Nicholas.

At a very young age, Nicholas joined the church. It was his duty to help people. Nicholas gave special attention to the children of his village, and they were very fond of Nicholas for his playful and joyful manner.

Nicholas became well-known throughout the land as a kind and wise young man. He was soon named a bishop of the church. Because Nicholas was still so young, people called him the "Boy Bishop."

Nicholas wore a long red robe with a red hat, and he traveled on horseback. At every village, happy children would spot his bright robe from a distance and gather in the road to greet him.

In one village, Bishop Nicholas heard the sorrowful tale of a poor old man and his three young daughters. It seemed the man could no longer feed his daughters, and he feared he would have to send them away from him. Nicholas knew he could help this family.

That night, while the whole village slept, Nicholas crept up to the hut where the three sisters lived. He climbed up to the rooftop to find the chimney. There Nicholas dropped three bags of gold, one by one, down through the chimney stack.

Earlier that day, the three sisters had hung their newly washed stockings by the fireplace to dry. Each small bag of gold that Nicholas dropped fell into one of the stockings below.

The next morning, the girls were overjoyed to find gold coins in their stockings. "Father!" they called, running to wake him. "We have received a magical gift!"

As the story of these three sisters spread from village to village, other people began to hang their stockings by the fire, hoping to find a secret gift when they awoke the next morning. Though this was Bishop Nicholas' most famous gift, it was not his first good deed. And it would certainly not be his last.

Bishop Nicholas enjoyed surprising people. He began to deliver his secret gifts of hope and joy only at night, while his friends were asleep.

For all of his good deeds, Bishop Nicholas was named a saint. He is honored as the saint who looks after all children. Like other saints, St. Nicholas was given a name day. One day each year everyone celebrates the saint's good deeds. St. Nicholas' name day is December 6.

People all over the world began to celebrate St. Nicholas Day. They hung their stockings by the fire the night before and awoke the next morning to find them filled with candy, fruit, nuts, or toys. St. Nicholas had left a magical gift at each home!

Many years ago, people began to celebrate St. Nicholas' good deeds on Christmas Day, another holiday in December. St. Nicholas has many names around the world. In some places he is called
"Sint Nikolass" or "Sinterklass." Many people know him today as Santa Claus.

A true hero of the people, St. Nicholas still delivers his magical gifts each year at Christmastime. The gifts Santa Claus delivers, gifts of hope and joy, bring the joy of giving to all the children of the world.

The Meaning of Christmas is, Family togetherness, unconditional love and goodwill !!


Me Taged all da members of RockStar Poodles!
http://www.dogster.com/group/Rockstar_poodles-1700 9

 

My Best Friend Miss Ella Tagged me!!!

December 5th 2009 1:08 am
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My Best Friend Miss Ella Tagged me!!!

(Send your friends a pawmail or rosette to let them know they have been tagged)

Only tag 7 furs....

1. What is the color of your collar?
Pink collor with pretty pink flowers on it and matching pink leash!

2. What kind of food do you like?
Royal Canin Special Poodle!

3. What are your favorite treats?
Chicken Flavor Rawhide Sticks!

4. Do you have a Valentine or a significant other?
I Have A Valentine, AKC -Champion Red Hair Standard RockStar Poodle, named Int. Ch.Raeben's Star Attraction, aka-Bailey!

5. Do you get table scraps?
I'm not allowed to eat people food because it makes me sick. Yuck!

6. What is your favorite toy?
Small, Soft Rubber, Yellow Ball ,with a Loud Squeak!

7. When is your Birthday?
March 10, 2005 - Aries!

8. How many times a day do you eat?
Twice a day with snackes in between!

9. Do you have a favorite color?
Girly Pink!

10. Do you hope all your pals put this in their diary?
I hope they do...

I am tagging ...

My RockStar Poodle Family!
http://www.dogster.com/group/Rockstar_poodles-17009

 

Who is Santa Claus? No really who is he?

November 30th 2009 7:14 pm
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Santa Claus was not always a jolly old fellow. He did not always have long white whiskers, and he did not always wear a big red suit.

Long before he lived in the North Pole, and long before his yearly Christmas visits brought joy to all the children of the world, Santa Claus was a child himself. He was once just an ordinary baby boy named Nicholas. The baby boy was just like any other, but his parents hoped for great things from their only son. They named him Nicholas, which means "hero of the people."

Even at a young age, Nicholas was a kind and generous boy. He often helped the people in his village. He shared his meals with those who had nothing to eat, he was always the first to lend a helping hand, and he brought joy to young and old alike. There was no better friend to have than young Nicholas.

At a very young age, Nicholas joined the church. It was his duty to help people. Nicholas gave special attention to the children of his village, and they were very fond of Nicholas for his playful and joyful manner.

Nicholas became well-known throughout the land as a kind and wise young man. He was soon named a bishop of the church. Because Nicholas was still so young, people called him the "Boy Bishop."

Nicholas wore a long red robe with a red hat, and he traveled on horseback. At every village, happy children would spot his bright robe from a distance and gather in the road to greet him.

In one village, Bishop Nicholas heard the sorrowful tale of a poor old man and his three young daughters. It seemed the man could no longer feed his daughters, and he feared he would have to send them away from him. Nicholas knew he could help this family.

That night, while the whole village slept, Nicholas crept up to the hut where the three sisters lived. He climbed up to the rooftop to find the chimney. There Nicholas dropped three bags of gold, one by one, down through the chimney stack.

Earlier that day, the three sisters had hung their newly washed stockings by the fireplace to dry. Each small bag of gold that Nicholas dropped fell into one of the stockings below.

The next morning, the girls were overjoyed to find gold coins in their stockings. "Father!" they called, running to wake him. "We have received a magical gift!"

As the story of these three sisters spread from village to village, other people began to hang their stockings by the fire, hoping to find a secret gift when they awoke the next morning. Though this was Bishop Nicholas' most famous gift, it was not his first good deed. And it would certainly not be his last.

Bishop Nicholas enjoyed surprising people. He began to deliver his secret gifts of hope and joy only at night, while his friends were asleep.

For all of his good deeds, Bishop Nicholas was named a saint. He is honored as the saint who looks after all children. Like other saints, St. Nicholas was given a name day. One day each year everyone celebrates the saint's good deeds. St. Nicholas' name day is December 6.

People all over the world began to celebrate St. Nicholas Day. They hung their stockings by the fire the night before and awoke the next morning to find them filled with candy, fruit, nuts, or toys. St. Nicholas had left a magical gift at each home!

Many years ago, people began to celebrate St. Nicholas' good deeds on Christmas Day, another holiday in December. St. Nicholas has many names around the world. In some places he is called
"Sint Nikolass" or "Sinterklass." Many people know him today as Santa Claus.

A true hero of the people, St. Nicholas still delivers his magical gifts each year at Christmastime. The gifts Santa Claus delivers, gifts of hope and joy, bring the joy of giving to all the children of the world.

The Meaning of Christmas is, Family togetherness, unconditional love and goodwill !!

 

Thanksgiving Feasting

November 29th 2009 8:54 pm
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Thanksgiving Feasting


When the Halloween pumpkins are gone,
And the leaves have all fallen to ground,
When the air has turned windy and cold,
Then Thanksgiving will soon be around.


Thoughts of loved ones all feasting together,
Pleasant pictures from past times appear
To dwell in each heart and each mind--
Then Thanksgiving is finally here!


The kitchen has scrumptious aromas,
The dining room looks oh, so fine,
Decorations with pilgrims and turkeys,
And now we are ready to dine!


First the napkins are placed on our laps;
Now the prayer for the meal to be blessed,
Then we stuff the good food in our tummies,
And we hope for it all to digest!


By Joanna Fuchs

 

Facts of Friendship

July 8th 2009 10:52 pm
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Facts of Friendship

A simple friend has never seen you cry.
A real friend has shoulders soggy from your tears.

A simple friend doesn't know your parents' first names.
A real friend has their phone numbers in his address book.

A simple friend brings a bottle of wine to your party.
A real friend comes early to help you cook and clean.

A simple friend hates it when you call after he has gone to bed.
A real friend asks you why you took so long to call.

A simple friend seeks to talk with you about their problems.
A real friend seeks to help you with your problems.

A simple friend wonders about your romantic history.
A real friend could blackmail you with it.

A simple friend, when visiting, acts like a guest.
A real friend opens your refrigerator and helps himself.

A simple friend thinks the friendship is over when you have an argument.
A real friend knows that it's not a friendship until after you've had a fight.

A simple friend expects you to always be there for them.
A real friend expects to always be there for you!

A simple friend will read and throw this letter away.
A real friend will keep sending it until he's sure it's been received.

Pass this on to anyone you care about....
if you get it back you have found your true friend.

 

TAG UR IT IN ICE CREAM SNACHERS

June 13th 2009 12:47 pm
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I'V BEEN TAGGED BY Pepper ~ In Loving Memory ID#974379

I am going to start a new game! Here we go......

I am going to tag five friends and tell them what kind of ice cream I look like. Then you tag five friends and tell them what kind of ice cream you look like! Sprinkles count too!


IF ME WAS AN ICE CREAM ME WOULD BE A VANILLA/ STRAWBERRY SWIRLY WITH WHIP CREAM, SPRINKLES AND A CHERRY ON TOP!


WHICH KIND OF ICE CREAM ARE YOU?

Good Gollie Miss Mollie ID#969221

King Dewey of Destruction ID#649325

Zoey ID#867468

Princess Chelsea ID#759506

Cheto the Bandito of Cheetos ID#349566

 

June Brides, me pals are getting Married!

June 3rd 2009 11:49 pm
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A beautiful Pug Wedding today at ★★★Hollywood Pups, Rockstar Fabulous!!★★★

for Prince Johnny Rebel and Princess Vala V

Link to the Wedding Pugamony:
http://www.dogster.com/forums/groups/thread/61960 9

Special pages are: p.01, p.40, p.52

Stay tuned, more June Brides to follow...

 
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