If you are an animal lover, you know that a dog's love is forever. Not even death can break that connection. In September, I lost my Border Collie Toby suddenly. Last night, my beloved Suzy passed away while at the vet being treated for a broken leg. Suzy, like Toby, was 13 years old. Last Friday morning, she fell. She did well throughout the weekend and until Tuesday morning. When I visited her at the vet that day, she wouldn't eat. As the week progressed, she stopped drinking water. She was ready to join her buddy Toby across the Rainbow Bridge. RIP dear fur babies. You can now run and play forever among the flowers and the fields. Your "mom" misses you both so much today. Suzy, you were such a brave girl to look after me these last few months once Toby left us. Thanks for all the licks and tail wags. Now, run to my daddy who was your first master and be well forever with him.
They are thoughts that we carry in our hearts hoping to one day share on paper with the world! We all have them. Some have dreams of writing that best seller. Another may pen a poem in solitude that shatters the silence when read by another. For this lady, I want to write books that share the wisdom of the one room school teacher! Please visit often to browse the pages of Unshelved Words.
I am the mother of a lovely daughter, mother-in-law to her super husband, and "Missy" to to two beautiful granddaughters! My country cottage in the heART of Dixie is shared with my cat named Sassy. Being a math tutor and academic writer, I revere education. My creative efforts include writing,crochet, and art.
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