Five years ago, my sweet girl Aurora passed. She came to me at the boarding kennel I owned in 2001, as a rescue foster dog. The poor thing was nothing but skin and bones after having lived on the streets for goodness knows how long. She had finally been trapped and taken to the “pound”Continue reading “My Aurora”
Tag Archives: grief
To Grieve A Squirrel
* Warning: Today’s blog may be a little graphic for some readers. Please continue at your own risk, and have tissues close at hand. I love animals. Especially those with four legs and covered in fur. Cats, dogs, even small critters like guinea pigs and yes, the lowly little squirrels. I love watching their cuteContinue reading “To Grieve A Squirrel”
CF Snowbird Tragedy
I’m writing today with a heavy heart. I happened to look at my cell phone yesterday afternoon and noticed a tweet saying that a Snowbird had crashed in Kamloops B.C.. I clicked on the link which showed the amateur video of the incident that by now, I’m sure thousands of people have seen. As theContinue reading “CF Snowbird Tragedy”
Memories Of A Faithful Companion
Stepping out to the edge of the lake, a wave of emotion overwhelms me. Was it only two weeks ago that I was here last? Watching poetry in motion as Shannon joyously bounded over the incoming waves. I had known our time together was coming to an end, but it was too soon….far too soon.