Hi guys. I was reading a similar post on the carnival page and imagine my shock when I saw my dear dear valentine with dh getting on the elevator. They wont even leave her alone after she has left this world. I did want to let you know that I'm still here and reading every day and prayers to all who have been ill or lost a furry Ba y as I did. Much love to all as I contuse to grieve.Hi Barbara, it's so good to hear from you. I hope your days are less burdened by sorrow and loss for your little girl.
I was at the Vet yesterday getting all Horty's paperwork in order for our cruise on Saturday and OMG, I couldn't believe what was going on in the waiting room. One poor dog after another with illness and injuries.....it was too much. I could NEVER work in such a place. Even a poor little cat came in, meowing his little heart out for help. It was overwhelmingly tragic. I couldn't wait to leave.
There are 4 Vets in this office and they could have used 4 more. I was so grateful that my big boy was just there for a "well" check, filling-out of paperwork and to pick-up some Heartguard and Mometomax for a "just-in-case" ear problem. I hate to be out of the country and have my dog come-up with any unforseen ear issues.
Barb, please don't let the ignorance and unkind deeds and gestures of a few blur your images of the wonderful people who we do meet in our travels. So many folks loved and adored being with Valentine and sharing the time with her and you. She was a shining little light to a lot of people....especially YOU!
I think of you often and hope that you will come to us one day with a wonderful story of how a new little being has come into your life, to share your heart and be your new helper.