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17 May 2012
We had to have our beloved,sweet dog Maggie put to sleep 2 months ago today.Honestly I am no better today than I was 2 months ago.I am emotionally amd physically sick.All I can think about is Maggie and how much she loved the Spring with the sun and all the summer activities and she will not get to enjoy those things anymore and that is killing me.She loved life and this was her favourite time of year and now she can't enjoy these things anymore.

My heart is broken and I fear will never heal.All I want is to have her back.Thats it.I just want my dog back and I cannot make that happen.

I never thought in a million years her death was going to affect me so hard.I know I loved her and she loved us.I knew she was special but I never thought I would be grieving this hard for her 2 months later.Crying every single day.Trying hard to move on with my life but can't.

I need some help.This is affecting me physically and emotionally.I need some coping skills.If anybody has anything that helps them get through the day,PLEASE let me know.

Thanks!
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3 May 2012
My husband and I had to put our beloved little girl to sleep on March17th and we have been a mess every since but trying to cope because we have 6 kids and a Sheltie who also miss her VERY MUCH!!!

Here is my dream:

I opened a closet in our home and found a room with LOTS of animals.At first I was surprised but then started feeding them.They were all healthy and happy.

My husband walked in and we both said"I wonder where our little white bird is? SHe is not here anymore" Maggie was an American Eskimo and all white.

Then we saw a white bird come around the corner.She was dancing back and forth on her 2 feet and flapping her wings.She was happy and healthy!! We told her we were so glad to see her!!!! She flapped her wings once more and took flight in the most beautiful,peaceful way.

My dream then ended.I told my husband the next day,he was sure it was Maggie saying"I am alright,healthy and happy!!!"


The dream was very clear,VERY vivid!!

I just wanted to share that with you all.

I hope you have similar dremas,sightings,feeling etc. about your babies too!


Also thought I would mention,our koi pond was Maggie's favourite summer spot.Always standing tummy deep in the pond trying to catch a fish buit she was not fast enough.That is where she spent her time in the summser(another thing we will miss) Anyway we bought a memorial plaque and name plate to put on the pond's bridge.

Maybe she is up in Rainbow's Bridge playing with the loi right now.I sure hope so!!
24 Apr 2012

A Loan From God

God promised at the birth of time,
A special friend to give,
His time on earth is short, he said,
So love him while he lives.

It may be six or seven years,
Or twelve or then sixteen,
But will you, till I call him back,
Take care of him for me?

A wagging tail and cold wet nose,
And silken velvet ears,
A heart as big as all outdoors,
To love you through the years.

His puppy ways will gladden you,
And antics bring a smile,
As guardian or friend he will,
Be loyal all the while.

He'll bring his charms to grace your life,
And though his stay be brief,
When he's gone the memories,
Are solace for your grief.

I cannot promise he will stay,
Since all from earth return,
But lessons only a dog can teach,
I want you each to learn.

Whatever love you give to him,
Returns in triple measure,
Follow his lead and gain a life,
Brim full of simple pleasure.

Enjoy each day as it comes,
Allow your heart to guide,
Be loyal and steadfast in love,
As the dog there by your side.

Now will you give him all your love,
Nor think the labor vain,
Nor hate me when I come to call,
To take him back again?

I fancy each of us would say,
"Dear Lord, thy will be done,
For all the joy this dog shall bring,
The risk of grief we'll run.

"We'll shelter him with tenderness,
We'll love him while we may,
And for the happiness we've known,
Forever grateful stay.

"But shall the angels call for him,
Much sooner than we've planned,
We'll brave the bitter grief that comes,
And try to understand."



By: Canine Assisted Therapy.



24 Apr 2012
Hello Everyone

My dog Maggie passed away almost 5 weeks ago.She was 11.The first 3 weeks I cried everyday. Now for the past 3-4 days I am back to crying non-stop unsure.gif I feel that deep heartache again.EVERYTHING reminds me of her and the crying is daily.

I thought I was on my way to healing and the heartache was easing BUT this is not the case.It feels like I am in the same emotional state I was in the day she died.I am regressing and this scares me because I WAS doing so much better!

Is this normal???


-Jennifer
16 Apr 2012
Hi Everyone

I came across this a few days ago and wanted to share.

It is called "From The Animals" Author Unknown

“We suffer greatly when we are trapped in certain conditions that disallow our freedom. Sometimes complex treatments which aim to prolong our physical life confuse and frustrate us. Listen to us when we say that we do not wish to be confined within our own bodies if our independence and autonomy have diminished. Freedom of movement is our basic desire. We come here to physical form again and again, much like you do, to experience the joy of our body and its gifts. To run carefree on the wet grass, to chase a bouncy ball, to enjoy the sensations of the wind and the earth’s vibration within our core, to take in the freshness of the air, or the scent of another being.

We do not enjoy the conditions of constrains that our bodies inevitably come into in illness or old age. External measures, complex procedures, or forces that block our departure from our physical bodies when it is our time frustrate, confuse, and depress us deeply. We prefer to remain in the energy space where life is good and all is well. We live in this realm of pure positivity and well being, and that is what we seek and gravitate towards in life and in death.
We are not frightened about our eventual transition. We merely wish to do so quickly and without much suffering as we do not tolerate suffering very well. We ask that you do not prolong our life for your sake.

“We know that you love us… We love you too. We delight in our companionship with you. We know you love us; we try to tell you this. When you are unhappy, we are unhappy also. We are saddened for your pain, when we see you sad, we are sad. It is YOU who we are concerned about when our time of departure has come. It is you who we worry about and wish to consol. Often times we do not wish to leave until we are assured that you are taken care of and will be all right. Many of us linger in our ill bodies when in truth our time has come to return to source, because we worry greatly about you. We love you dearly and do not wish to see you saddened or despondent"

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