Friday, May 25, 2012

Rest In Peace






For a short time this tiny light burned so very bright.
You will be missed most painfully,
We love you and will never forget
You filled a childless home with laughter
and a loving creatures bliss.

One of my closest companions has shed this mortal coil,
She is released this day May 25, 2012 from her fight with lung cancer
by that stinging needle filled with mercy and sweetest dreams.

She appears in my beading video here, this is why I mention her passing.


R.


7 comments:

  1. Pudding....

    I will miss that adorable little face greeting me every time I arrive home after work. I will miss touching foreheads to say "I love you". Puddu comforted me when I was in pain, and was always next to me(at my shoulder) when I relaxed on the couch. I loved buying her new types of food every week and seeing how excited she would get to eat her treat.

    She was a blessing every day, and it was she who chose us as her parents. My heart feels crushed as I realize how much I looked forward to seeing her and singing to her in kittenese everyday.

    I feel that the pets we love who love us in return go to wait for us above after they pass. Scriptures mention animals in heaven. I hope Pudding enjoys her freedom up there and I'll look forward to seeing her again in the future.

    I love you Pudding, my little "shoulder friend".

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  2. I'm so sorry for your loss. I noticed you left a comment to Emily at "Alice In Wonderland"... wanted to let you know she passed away in December this past year.

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  3. Just seen this post! I'm sorry for your loss! But you've been lucky in having such a sweet friend!
    Regards,
    Elena

    P.S.: Thanks for sharing such beautiful things!

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    1. Hello Elena,

      Thanks for the kind word. So glad you enjoy my designs!

      Rebecca

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