It is with the heaviest heart that I am writing this blog to let you all know that my precious Pheobe has gained her wings. She has been my faithful companion for so many years, my travel partner. She has brought so much joy to my life, she has got me through so many hard times, and although I rescued her, I actually believe it was her that rescued me. She has been the easiest little dog to love, to care for. The laughter, and fun on our many adventures out in nature or on our many road trips are memories I will cherish forever.
She was always in tune with me, if I was sick she did everything she could to comfort me, if I was sad to cheer me up. She brought happiness every where we went, people talking to her, her showering them with love. She never barked, whined or complained. She was just happy to be with me. She loved others just as well, friends who she would ( holiday) with if I had to be away. Thats what I would tell her that she got to have a holiday, she always understood me and I her.
My life forever changed today.
Over the past year, well shit, in all honestly ever since we rescued each other we have been through so much, her life about me, my life about her, but in this last year it has been becoming more evident that she was getting tired, big job looking out for me, but she has been determined not to leave me alone, but the last two days have shown that it was my turn to look after her and let her now that she can know lay down her guard and rest.
It is going to take me some time to get through losing her, but I promised her the day I brought her home that I would not ever let her suffer and I made sure I maintained my promise to her. I could just write forever about all the joy she brought me, but instead I am going to share some photos and take some quite time for myself.
Rest easy my beautiful little girl. Thank you for the beautiful Memories, I will miss you forever and a day my little Pheobe.
2 replies on “A Heavy Heart”
Christine, I’m so sorry your sidekick has left your side. Reading your blog was lovely as you expressed the stories how Phoebe helped you in good and trying times. The comfort she provided was, really, immeasurable. You were a fortunate woman but I’m suspecting Phoebe felt fortunate, comforted and loved. Actually, I’m wrong, I’m not suspecting, I know for certain because you have made she she knew! You have the wonderful memories for reflection, which I’m sure will be a valuable comfort for you. Take good care, Christine, all the best. Jim
There are tears, but her little face speaks of the love the two of you shared and the joy of a journey only the two of you could have had. A big hug Christine. Much love, Debbie