April 7, 2013
No introduction yet
I believe too he is now on the other side where he is happy and healthy,thankful for all the love you gave to him. Sending hugs,Trish (Sorry had to break it up on 2 post, didnt know about the word limit.)
Losing one of your little ones is a traumatic experience. It leaves a void no other pup can fill. My friend's dog has diabetes and she has told me what a long,scary road it is to trod. Sounds like Noah may need some extra huggies and kisses too. :' ( To me grieving is just a part of honoring the love that you shared with him. It's also the worst part of being a pet parent!!! Give yourself time, it is all so fresh and raw right now.
Maryann just told us of your loss of your beloved Sir Lancelot. I'm so sorry to hear of your sweet, little knights passing. I always feel like a part of my soul is ripped out when one of my babies goes but I guess its because a part of me does. But a part of them stays with us too. I'll keep you in my prayers. Hugs, Trish
There is no death, only a change of worlds. Chief Seattle
I wanted to personally welcome you to the group. We will be posting many types of events, meetups, classes and workshops for all who wish to learn more about living a holistic lifestyle, practice and participate in the healing arts. This includes; meditation, healthy eating, Yoga/Qigong/Tai Chi, Healing Modalities such as massage, reiki, reflexology, acupuncture, and various others. This is a great group to learn and be with like-minded women. I look forward to seeing you, Kelly H