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November 05, 2014


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She is a beauty and there is nothing that compares to the love that our 4 legged companions give us unconditionally...and who the heck would break in with that face staring them down. ;-) Truly, she is beautiful and I am so happy to see that you are finding peace in your life journey again. <3

I'm sorry, Janel. I didn't know. I'm glad you have family...and Daisy to stand with you. Enjoy the happy moments and just breathe through those knock-you-to-your-knees moments. Eventually the balance will tip and there will be more of the former and less of the latter. I'll be holding good thoughts for you.

Welcome, Daisy! I know you'll be a great companion.

I certainly can imagine someone in the house without you knowing it. I can't tell you how many times my DH has come home from errands and made it all the way to my office door without my knowing he was home!

What a gorgeous little wigglebutt - yes, good will come out of bad if you let it. So good to hear such positive and living thoughts from you.

I cheer your journey thru the sucky stuff. Love your new friend. Welcome back.

Hi, Janel. So sorry to hear about Gwen. And uh, yeah, burglars in the house *while you're there*?? Yikes. Congrats on the new family member. She's adorable. Glad to hear you're enjoying yourself at last.

So glad to hear your sense of joy is returning. I can well imagine that Daisy has been a big part of that. There is nothing quite as encouraging and stimulating as puppy kisses!

Glad to hear that you are "back"..........I missed you. Give Daisy a big hug for me.
Judy Gilchrist

What a beautiful dog. Daisy is sure to bring you many years of joy and happiness.

I have loved my familiars and am happy for their presence. They are what I call the BFD home security system. Your Daisy looks like a sweet girl!

What a beautiful dog. I'm glad to hear something good came out of several awful events.

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I knew you weren't doing much blogging any more but I didn't know why. One of the things that I have learned from loss is that we will never be the same people we were before the loss, that we have to start over almost from scratch to define who we are, that we will never forget, and that we end up being stronger people than we ever imagined. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and there is life after loss and it is still a good life and we have much to be thankful for. God is blessing you even when you don't know it.

Glad to hear that you are finding a new way and have a new companion who brings you joy. I can't imagine how hard it has been to walk through all you have. I am very happy to see you find the other side of it all. Your new "wigglebutt" should be a wonderful addition. I hope she brings you years and years of happiness and love.
Take care!

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