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FLYING I will be forever grateful for your courage in helping me. Even though it was hard on your heart you where there for me. Yours was the face of love i saw in my heart when i left this world. All I remember is the love and joy you give me. The pain is no more. I fly with the eagles and run with the wolfs. I dance on the clouds and find their silver lining. Please remember the life we shared and let the joy of there memories help you find peace. You stood by my side and you are always in my heart. We are always one, you gave me the rarest gift that only you could give me the gift of freedom from pain. You made it easier for me to find Rainbow Bridge. I am not alone, I have made many friends. The lamb does lay down with the lion. Now is time for you to heal. You did what was best for me you let me go. I will never be far. Look into the night sky and the stars that twinkle and know that I am well and whole again. I thank you for the years together no matter how long or short. Love can happen in a heart beat and last forever. © BarTendersBluesWolf Aka J.C. Stewart 2008 There You'll Be By Faith Hill
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Dear Bar – Today is 20 weeks since my sweet beloved kitty Rusty, who was 21+ years old left me. I continue to struggle with “imagining” him at the bridge. For some reason, the thought of that still doesn’t bring me comfort, but your words touched something in my heart. They provided me with some sort of glimpse into what I truly hope is the life my Rusty (and all of our babies) lead now. Reading this today came at the right time for me. I recently took in a rescue dog (from a puppy mill,) and I’m sure my Rusty had a “paw” in this decision. To all of our sweet, darling little earth angels who wear their Rainbow Bridge wings . . . until we meet again . . . we love and miss you so. Thanks Bar. Rusty’s Mom – Allison.
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As my beloved Betsy Noodle's 6th month BridgeDay approaches I find I truly believe these lovely words you have written. I know she is so grateful she finally got her wings. I imagine her soaring above and beyond the clouds. She is always with me. In my dreams, in my heart, in my mind.
So, I say "Au revoir, my beloved little girl" (until we meet again), instead of goodbye. Thank you SO MUCH for this lovely post. Melissa
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I to have said we gave them a gift, a gift of true love when we freed them from their pain, knowing far to well we would be here with pain of our own after they had gone. I accept the pain because it means to me that it is one less day our Peaches would of had to endure hers. As I approach the two month anniversary, next Wednesday, that Peaches and I made our journey to the Vet, I knew there was one more journey to be made on that fateful day of all days, a journey only Peaches needed to make. On our way back home to her final resting spot as I looked down at her I saw a profound change, it was as if she were young again and sleeping, even her coat looked different. It was then at that moment I knew she had made her journey and had indeed arrived at the bridge. It was then I knew I had done the right thing. I did it not only for our love for her; but for her love and devotion she had give us over the nine wonderful years we had together. Thanks for the post, it has reaffirmed I did the right thing. I hope many more will too after reading it. God Bless. ----Jerry in Oklahoma.
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the white wolf lives on, and flys the we kitties on his back. he loves kitties.
He loves them all. i know he has his favourites, but he tries not to show favourtism. fly on golden one fly on. lil green eyes.