|Barked: Mon Dec 17, '12 6:25pm PST |
|Rhon, we're right there with you in our hearts as you are facing what's to come with your precious girl, Dixie. Wish you and Lar were on the same page, but (as others have said) some folks just can't bring themselves to make these decisions. Wishing that you could come together to give Dixie this final gift, but know you will do what's right for her as you always have. Hoping that perhaps the eye vet will be willing to discuss the situation with both of you there and, perhaps, give Lar the strength to be with you as any decision is made. You're in our prayers constantly and we wish there was something we could do to ease the pain you're feeling. Just know that all of us here will be supporting you and helping you always...you are NOT alone. Though we're not close in miles, all of your pals are sharing the pain with you and will be here
for you, no matter what. You are so loved by so many.
DarlaMae, precious ones, it was so wonderful to read you uplifting post and remind us all to look for the light in the darkest of days. We keep you close in our hearts and prayers every day and love you all so dearly. We all have to fight the darkness in our own way, but as you said, we cannot give in to it...we must search for and hold close the light and carry on. Hope all is well when you see the cardio doc on Wednesday (we'll be anxious to hear). Thank you for posting the Rock Solid Support Forever picture and the beautiful candle to light our way. You all are such treasured friends and your posting has made our little groups seem whole again. We are all here for you however you are feeling and want to be able to give you comfort in any way we can.
PapaC, all you quotes and pictures are so inspiring and a real lift to everyone's spirits. LOVED the blue winter picture of the lady in the snowfall!
Happy 3 mo old BD to Maiyah Saraha...a beautiful pup, paw picked by our dear Angel Jenna and giving you joy. For that, all of us are very grateful.
Sarge Mom, hoping Fran is improving (sounds like he's had an awful time of it). Thank you for the sweet words for Sully and us. We will get through this eventually and are at peace knowing our dear Socks is free from pain and suffering. The house seems so quiet and strange now without the two of them following us everywhere and tussling around or sleeping side by side. She was a treasure to us and we're trying to focus on all the golden memories we shared with her. Just wish there was a way to make Sully understand...that's the hardest part. This too shall pass (hopefully) given time.
Annie Mom, so hoping you're feeling better and wish Jim a Happy Birthday, though we know he isn't feeling well and both of you are so sad at the loss of your dear friend, Dave. So very sorry to hear son's house deal fell through and hoping another buyer will come along soon. Good luck at your gastro doc appt and hope you can find some real relief from the pain.
Flicka Mom, bet your mantle looks pretty and you'll put up your beautiful tree on Sunday.Hope your friend, Betty is still doing well. Will you have anyone over for Christmas? It will be just the three of us with our memories of our beloved Angel Socks. Sully seems to be coming around a little...some days better than others. We are invited down to Cindy and Ray's again, but can't take Sully as their daughter who lives in Alaska came home with her big
dog for a month (she surprised them by just showing up & Cindy & Ray are so thrilled to see her). If we do go down, it will just be a short visit as we don't want Sully to be alone in the house (he'd always had Socks here with him before). I know it sounds like we're basing all our decisons on Sully, but he's our most important focus now and we don't want him to get more upset by being left alone.
Glad to see the Posse checked in and know they're very busy and enjoying the last days that Tim will be home with them before going to sea again. So happy that Roper is doing well in his new home and the rest of the posse pups are adjusting well.
We have our new roof on now and are grateful for it, but not crazy about the color (looks more green than the light grey we had, but we had very little to choose from for the insurance co to pay for).
Wishing all a gentle night's sleep and good luck for doc's appts for Jeanie and Barbara. Will try to check in tomorrow for updates.
Much love to each and every one of you, our dear, sweet friends.
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