Our BoogieBoy's father still won't allow us to see him, but sent mom a text message saying she'll never see him again, and that he's not "doing" Christmas this year because "it will hurt too bad". We are furious! How can he do this to our boy, and his baby sister? What kind of parent uses their children to inflict pain on others who've always supported them, or refuse their children Christmas based on their own selfish feelings?? Mom has left messages, and sent texts begging him to reconsider, but now he won't even reply.
On top of all this, our daddy's mom passed away Saturday night. He drove to Mobile AL on Saturday, and luckily got there about an hour before she passed, so he was able to tell her how much we love her, and spend her final moments with her, but he's staying there with his dad & brothers as her service will be the day after Christmas.
Because mom is still hoping for Boogie's dad to have a change of heart, and because it's way too late to find a kennel to take all 4 of us during the holidays, she and dad made the tough decision to spend this Christmas apart, the first one in the 19 years they've been married. Our skin sister Sammy and her 3 kids have been staying here with us, keeping mom company and trying to keep her mind off of her sorrow. We thank her & love her for that, it would be so much harder for her if she were all alone.
Please everypup, cherish every moment you have with your loved ones, we hope all our friends have a wonderful Christmas full of love & joy, getting to know you all has brought us much joy, laughter & tears, and we love & appreciate each and every one of you. If you happen to think of us this Christmas, please say a prayer for our Boogie, and for our daddy, mama says we need divine intervention to help them get through the trials they both face.
Christmas kisses to everypup, kitty, penguin, and their humans.
Mom & dad found me on Memorial Day, 2007, in a flea market in Mobile AL. When mom picked me up I started kissing her face, and that was all she wrote, mom refused to leave the market without me.
This blog is all about my adventures with my sibe-sibs, and anything else we find interesting enough to woo about.
This blog is dedicated to the memories of Granddogs Starr & Ice, the original masters and trainers of our human slaves (thanks for doing such a great job). Hope you're having tons of fun on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. Mom says if love could have saved you, you both would have lived forever, you DO live forever in our hearts and memories. We all hope you can hear us when we carry on the family tradition you started with the evening singalongs.
this beautiful version of the rainbow bridge made mom cry,