RIP, Lexi. RIP. Your family loves you,….

On December 31, 2013 we lost Lexi our beloved 4 footed family member for 10 and 1/2 years. Lexi had a very fast acting cancer. Lexi was a huge part of my boy’s life and even after my divorce spent special time with my x-husband, Mike.  She was a dear, shy, wonderful friend to all […]

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It’s more than just the day after Easter

Honoring My Beautiful Mico She was already in the hospital as she had become dehydrated fighting that nasty cancer. She needed fluids to be strong enough for her surgery the next day. I knew she was in good hands so we went about our day with our Easter celebrations. Family. Brunch. Mass. Denial. Chris was […]

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Remembering Our Special Pets During the Holidays

Tips to help you as you grieve during the holiday season Wherever one is at in their grief journey, the holidays can be hard. Yes, the remembering of a beloved pet who is no longer here can bring back a flood of emotions. But let the slew of Christmas ornaments come out of the box […]

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RIP, Big John Gillis

Give Benny a hug for me. Goodbye Benny, we LOVE you! “See You in September” and “All my Loving” were the last two songs we heard together on the radio. It wasn´t my station, but they were my songs… I listened to them, and played them on the air long before you were born. Today […]

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What a bittersweet day!

Welcome Berky,… And Remembering Mico. Yes, my day started off with a heavy heart as I remembered this day nine years earlier when Mico died. I had foolishly thought the surgery would take her back to the “old normal” – the vivacious little puppy that was my entire world! But, it wasn´t to be – […]

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RIP, Presley Ann. RIP.

She was a cranky cat. Oh, not with everyone. Just with me, Chris and Curtis, her family! But my Mom loved her more than anything! She started her life almost 16 years ago, on the hood of a car in Rozel, Kansas, my hometown. Mom had caught wind that the neighbor down the street had […]

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Another fabulous book review,…

I have just finished Pet Parents, by Coleen Ellis [http://www.amazon.com/Pet-Parents-Journey-Through-Unconditional/dp/1462035485/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1329664836&sr=1-1]. This is really a sweet—and at the same time, a practical—book for all pet lovers. Coleen´s inspiration to establish Pet Angel Memorial Center came from her relationship with a feisty Terrier/Miniature Schnauzer mix who, after 14 years of companionship, finally succumbed to cancer. This was […]

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