Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
Even though it has been 4 years now since we lost her, there are those times that her presence shows itself. Most of the time it is through AnnaBelle as they are so similar. However, when I came upon this scene this morning it was like she is still here! She never wanted pillows on the sofa. She would push them off onto the floor. I would come through and pick them all up and she would push them all off again. It was sort of like our little game. It was hard to imagine 4 years ago that thinking of her could make me smile, but I love the little memories of her and things like this do make me smile now. She brought so much joy to our lives, that when I think of her I can't help but smile.
It comforts me to think that the dogs we love are with us forever. :)
Very sweet memories.
I know how you feel. My mom called Orwell 'sweet pea' the other day and while I normally smile at memories of Bonny now, it was painful for her to call Orwell my nickname for Bonny. I have a plethora of nicknames for Orwell, but 'sweet pea' is Bonny's... her's and only her's.
My Rudi, a Samoyed, has been gone for 14 years now. Every now and then a find a single strand of her hair, or think I hear her scratching at the door. Very sweet memories....
I believe they live in our hearts forever and every now and then something will happen that triggers a special loving memory.
Awww.... I totally understand. We find that Charlie reminds us so much of our dear sweet Gordie.
Forever in our hearts.