With great sadness I gently ask that you visit Skyler Braveheart’s blog to give comfort to his peep, a loving, caring person who’s devastated by the loss of her beloved Scot. She tells me she hasn’t the will at the moment to update the blog or her Facebook page, but I know she’ll appreciate your comments once she does.
She’s in shock. As am I.
Not a good way to start the new year.
There’s a pawty going on over the Rainbow Bridge to be sure. Lots and lots of pawtygoers Arrooo’ing it up and having a BIG TIME. From our loving Scotties to our precious kittehs and all those furiends who gave us unconditional love.
Here’s to all of you. ArrOOOO.
We miss all of you dearly. Our hearts have missing pieces. We don’t know where or how to find those pieces. That’s because they’re gone forever.
Or are they?
Those pieces aren’t really gone. No. They. Are. Not. (Stuart taught me this.)
Those pieces of our hearts will always be a part of who we are. They made us whole by showing us love, forgiveness, kindness, feistyness, caring, humor and compassion. And most of all, they showed us how not to take ourselves so seriously.
As the shock of your exit becomes numb, we’re left with more and more memories to fill the spaces left in our hearts. Happy memories. Funny memories. Unbelievably joyful memories.
We’re better having had you love us than never to have been loved by you at all.
Here’s to Skyler Braveheart and to every single friend like him who continues to touch our hearts.