Registered: 1457309928 Posts: 60
My Darling Girl, It's been over 18 months since we had to let you go to the Rainbow Bridge and despite the time that has passed, my heart still aches from your loss and every now and then the tears still flow. Despite the passing time I still miss you like crazy. Quite often these days I dream of you, and in all these dreams all I do is cuddle you and won't let you go, then I wake up... I like to think that you're visiting me from the Rainbow Bridge because you need some our special Mummy cuddles. I still haven't been able to bond with dog like I did with you, instead we have welcomed one baby into our home, although sadly we had to rehome her when we moved because the landlord decided that they were not going to renew the lease if she was still here and we just didn't have the money to move again. This new house has been very emoty without little one, I can only imagine how much you would've loved this place and how you wouldn't run up down the hallway growling and yipping after you had been given a bath. You would've loved it here. People say that time heals all wounds, the wound of you loss still hasn't fully healed and I know now that it probably never will, you were a special dog my sweet, my one and only. My mum has a Chihuahua who is expecting puppies, I'm going to buy one from her me and my Mum thinks it will help with the healing process and I think it might too because unexpectedly I have bonded a bit with my Mum's babies and maybe just maybe seeing another one brought into this world and being there since birth might help me bond with another baby. I was at your birth and unexpectedly bonded with you. Maybe, just maybe, it might help. I hope you know little one you're never far from my thoughts, you pictures are still on slideshow on my computer screen and every now and then one pops up that make me giggle and triggers a memory, my memorie and photos are all I have left you sweet girl. I treasure them always. Hugs and Kisses Mummy xoxox
Registered: 1279811250 Posts: 730
The love you have - will ALWAYS have for your little one shines through. 18 hours. 18 days. 18 months. 18 years - there is no timetable or forgetting how very much this little dog is missed. You'll think of her always - I know - it's been over 7 years since my own Fiona passed and there isn't a day that goes by without a memory of her rising in my head, and tugging at my heart.
Yes, who knows what might happen when your Mum's little Chihuahua gives birth. I've always believed that hope comes wrapped in a fur coat - and I know that your precious little one would be so happy to know that what she taught you about love, about caring, about giving, could be shared with another little soul who would find himself or herself in the arms of a person who has so much still to share. I am thinking of you as you mark this sad anniversary, but my heart is filled with joy at what might lie in store for you just around the corner.