Memorial created 04-27-2007 by
|Princess Baby Girl |
April 9 1993 - April 2 2007
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07-09-2008 7:29 PM -- By: Carol Copper &Taz's Mom, From:
What a beautiful baby you have in your home now....I am so very happy for your new addition. I have thought about you so often lately but just have not gotten a note sent to you...I have DC kids this summer...so my days are full altho they are all part time and come and go different times different days so it is a good summer.
I love your story of the Mylar Balloon...We know exactly what that was don't we?? When we leave ourselves open to their messages we recieve such totally amazing communications. I have had so many of those and they warm my heart and make me so very happy Will email you soon...Carol
07-09-2008 5:34 PM -- By: Cheri (Coco's Mommy), From:
Congratulations on the "new arrival". He's absolutely precious and I believe with all my heart that sweet Princess brought him to you. I will enjoy watching him grow and getting to know him in the coming months. Give him a big kiss from me and my love to him and beautiful Princess.
07-09-2008 1:37 PM -- By: Mom, From:
Monday afternoon we brought home a successor but not royalty like you were. He is a loving little boy with a very sweet temperament, so far all I have called him is Sweetness, no formal name yet. We have been to visit you gravesite and say hello. No one can take your place but I hope Sweetness can impart some of the same kind loving you always had for me. Soon I will post a picture so he can join our family album. Love you still...the best Princess.
07-09-2008 1:28 PM -- By: Tammy, From: Seattle
What a beautiful memorial for Princess! All of us dog lovers understand what you're going through. Hope your new addition to your family brings as much or more joy to you as Princess.
07-07-2008 12:20 AM -- By: Melissa Roark, From: Bakersfield, Ca
Tonight is one week since I lost my beloved Sugar, a Great Pyranees. I am looking for poems and others' stories for comfort. What wonderful stories and photos you have. Like me, you were blessed witht the gift of pure love and loyalty of a wonderful companion.
07-01-2008 9:43 PM -- By: Rusty, From: Georgia
She sure was a pretty dog. She should have been in the movies. Sorry for your loss :(
07-01-2008 2:38 PM -- By: Pam, From: Jackson, MS
My old wonderful Golden, Ginger, died in my and my husband's arms March 5, 2007. She was twelve years old and grew up with my three daughters ages 16, 19, and 21 at the time. The 19 year old drove home to say good bye from the university and the 21 year old was interning in Nashville, TN and drove home on a Friday Night (about 7 hours) to say goodbye and drove back Saturday afternoon. She was so well loved and her ashes sit in a lovely walnut box on the bookcase next to one of her favorite "corners".
Bonnie Blue came to live with us, even through our tears, a month later on April 1, 2007. Much more mischeivious and energetic but so loving and such a cuddler. She is now 62 1bs. (June 2008) and still wants to be wrapped around a neck on the sofa and looking over whoever's shoulder and whatever they are doing. She has been a godsend for my youngest during her senior year of high school and a joy to me as my nest gets emptier. My oldest came home a lot this spring for health reasons and Bonnie Blue would nap with her every chance she got.
People without pets (and in our case Golden Retrievers) are missing out on such and important part of life to the fullest.
Yes, we will meet again with Ginger and one day Bonnie Blue will meet her also. My entire family will be together againg in heaven I am sure.
06-27-2008 3:03 PM -- By: Stacy Allen, From: Reading, PA
Michelle, I just finished reading your beautiful memorial to Princess and I can't stop crying. You loved each other so much! The most touching thing was Princess' Own Rainbow Bridge. It is amazing. Our babies mean so very much to us and I am sad for you for your loss. Take care.
Minnie's Mom, Stacy
06-25-2008 11:18 PM -- By: , From: New Jersey
Your dog was gorgeous and by the looks of it, lived a wonderful life. God Bless her. My dog is named Sunny and is also on this site. He has not got much visitors yet, so fill free to visit.
06-25-2008 7:52 PM -- By: Mickey J, From: Kent
My husband and I never had children, our dogs have always been our family. We have had 4 very special dogs, and I truly understand how hard it is to lose such a beloved member of your family.
06-25-2008 5:50 PM -- By: , From:
Your doggy was absoulutely beautiful. She is the queen of doggy heaven and my doggy named Sunny(who is also on this site) is the king!
06-25-2008 1:23 PM -- By: Tom Marx, From: Seattle
A wonderful tribute to the everlasting memory of special friend. As I read your wonderful message I was struck by the saddness I was feeling just thinking about not having my "shoji" who has been a joy in m y life for 8 years.
Thank you saying so eloquently what our "special friends" mean to us. T
06-24-2008 9:46 PM -- By: Joe/Efren and Rocky, From: El Paso tx
Michelle, your belove Princess Baby Girl, what a face the photo what a beautiful girl. I will keep you all in my prayers and thoughts. Princess Baby Girl watch over my Rocco Diamond Phillips. Something how we give such big names to our babies. Both of you play hard at Rainbows Bridge. For one day we will all be together.
06-24-2008 7:28 PM -- By: Mom, From:
I need your help right now so give me hint about what I need to do. I miss you baby girl.
06-24-2008 7:09 PM -- By: Angela, From: Thibodaux, LA
I send you my prayers for what you had to endure. She is a very beautiful golden.
06-15-2008 1:52 PM -- By: Debbie, From: Columbia, Missour
I just read your story and I am crying. I just lost my second Golden two weeks ago yesterday. I could have written the same words you wrote as she was my one very, very special dog. Her name was Chardonay and she was with us for a little over 12 years. My other Golden made it for 14 yrs. There is nothing like a Golden.
06-11-2008 4:38 PM -- By: Jonathan Gilbert, From: Minneapolis
Dear Michelle and family,
What a great story!!! Sooo much love!!!!!!! I have read it many times through teary eyes and ear to ear grins. I wish everyone could know the love given and love received from our companion furbabies. There would be no more wars, no more pain, no more ugliness....Once we have known such love we are obligated to honor and spread that love. Good luck in building your shelter. Hurry the dogs need you.
06-11-2008 9:44 AM -- By: Denise, From: Springfield,MO
Michelle & Princess Baby Girl,
Thank you so much for sending me the Golden Poem... I can't tell you how it touched my heart. It truly tell the story. Oh how I miss my baby so very much. I cry all the time. Your Poem is so comforting...Thank you, Denise
06-10-2008 10:31 PM -- By: Denise, From: Springfield,MO
What a beautiful baby!! Thank you so much for sharing Princess's story..It is people like you that help people like myself get through these hard times....I just want you to know...Thank you
06-10-2008 10:16 PM -- By: Christy , From: Fort Wayne, IN
I am friends with Maggie. She has been a great help to me like she has to you. I am proud to call her my friend. Sorry, about your Princess ... losing a pet is hard but they stay with you in spirit,
06-09-2008 10:50 PM -- By: Tammi Vachon, From: Fort Wayne, IN
I to have lost the love of my life...Taylor. He was my soulmate, best friend, my heart, everything I am, I owe to him. He was a beautiful Black lab with a heart of gold. He was more loyal, loving and knew me more than anyone in this entire world. I truely love him and miss him everyday still. I lost him on October 21, 2004. I can't believe it has been 4 years. It seems like yesterday. It took me 8 months to stop crying every night. The pain is much better but I still miss him everyday. I love your memorial for your precious Princess. She is truely beautiful and looks like she has a heart of gold also. I can see it in her sweet eyes. Take care.
06-09-2008 10:34 PM -- By: jason culp, From: washington's finest island,vashon
what fun, sure has alot of great pictures, the family album is really sweet. nice to see you again princess
06-09-2008 8:50 PM -- By: Maggie Bunce, From: Fort Wayne, IN
I want to express how humbled and honored I am to be mentioned on Princess's Web Site. It is through her profound wisdom, love, and patience that I was able to hear all her important messages for her mom.
The incredible bond of love between Michelle and Princess conquers all earthly limitations.
Michelle's experience of finding the balloon sent from Princess is my favorite story in the world!
Again, I am grateful to know Michelle and Princess. My life has been changed by their wondrous relationship that continues even after Princess has left her physical body.
Many Blessings of Joy! Peace! Healing! and Love to you both.
06-09-2008 3:54 AM -- By: Debra, From: New York
What a BEAUTIFUL tribute you have posted for your furry lifelong friend. What great photo memories and most of all WHAT A GREAT COMPANION. You were truly blessed to be able to share a part of your life with this special PRINCESS BABY GIRL...some people never get this bond with their human friends. I LOVE HER JUST LOOKING AT HER AND FEEL LIKE I KNEW HER BY YOUR TRIBUTE! RIP sweet girl.
06-07-2008 12:50 PM -- By: Ebony's mom, Carole, From: San Diego, CA
Hello most beautiful and precious Princess Baby Girl. You are always in my thoughts and prayers angel...you look like and angel in this picture with those wisps of soft fur that gently surround you, and such soul-filled eyes. I wish I could just reach into the screen and hug you. I give you heavenly hugs "Baby Girl". Stay close to your mom just like you always do...you are so very special.
Hello Michelle, Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting with Ebony and I on the 29th. I was so touched when you stated in Ebony's tribute...
(Like you, I am still having a very hard time. Why do you suppose that is?
I've read (in my studies) that grief is not something we ever get over...it is something we walk through. To me, that means I will be walking through it for the rest of my life. Our hearts are cut...they bleed...they heal...but the scar of our pain from the initial cut will last forever. In fact, I have scars from several major surgeries I have been through (one was as long ago as 1978), and the scarred areas remain to date, more sensitive to touch, than the rest of my body. This is the closest analogy I can compare to the grief of losing our "special ones."
Were our angels that much closer to us than some?
...I've also wondered at times what it is about certain relationships that seem so much more significant than others. I've had pups in my life for 40 years now, and for some reason Chopper, Rabbit (died in a fire in 1975), Blossom (died at the age of 18 in 1991) and Ebony are the affected my life deeper than I can even explain in words. (I haven't quite figured out exactly why that happens yet either). I have seven babies with me now, and out of the seven, four have embedded their paw prints at a "very deep" place in my heart. To this day, I still don't know exactly why. Although I love each one of them with all my heart...their are those four "extra special" bonds.
What makes us such royal members of the "I still miss you so much Club?" I have pondered this over and over again and cannot find the answer.)
Well, this answer came easy...they "are" our "special ones."
With all that said, I want to let you know that I ache for you, as I understand how everything about our precious ones stays at the forefront of our minds. Yes, we go about our daily duties and responsibilities...we have no choice, however; I do not believe we will ever completely heal or ever get over our angels. They are so deserving of every tear we shed...every low point we experience, in their absence.
I am so thankful that there are wonderful and understanding friends like you out there! I have confronted many who do not comprehend the depth of our relationships with our pets. They are the ones who are missing out.
I often wonder how it is that we can (whether prepared or unprepared) still continue to function after our losses. I guess that’s one of the “mysteries” of our nature....amazing. I remember when the hurt was raw...there were times I wanted to go to sleep, and not have to wake up to face the storm again. Personally, I know it will take my mind and my memory many years to gather together all the pieces of my shattered heart, as the extent of my own loss is so very deep. Until then, I will continue to grieve. It is said that “death only ends life...not a relationship.” The relationship continues in every memory, every tear...in everything we do. I know I've rambled on...I couldn't help it. The wonderful thing is...I know you understand.
I am happy for you that you are ready...along with Princess' support, to reach out to another precious angel who needs "your love". What a marvelous life you and your next rescued companion will have! You are right...Princess would want you to share your love. I believe she is guiding you, and you are humbly following.
I am sending many hugs and prayers your way, as you continue to honor and remember your Princess Baby Girl, and anticipate the arrival of yet another angel that God and Princess will select for you. ((HUGS to you and your family)) Ebony's mom forever.
06-05-2008 4:12 PM -- By: Mom, From:
Hey Baby Girl,
We have taken the first step and have sent in applications to two rescue clubs. While you are the love of my life and I still grieve for you, I know I have love to offer to another who might be open to receiving it. More importantly, I think you would want me to do that.
Maggie's recent communication from you was amazing. It helped me a lot to reconfirm the fact that you are still here, looking after me.
I love you Princess.
06-05-2008 3:54 PM -- By: Tonya, From: Grand Rapids, MI
Thank you for sharing your beautiful fur baby with me. I am a rescuer, foster parent, transporter and Huge activist against BSL (breed specific legislation) Every day we rescuers recieve horrible news about yet another abused or tortured animal. Some days we wonder why we do what we do, it is stories like yours that bring us hope and joy and remind us why we rescue. My thoughts are with you in your grief. Having lost my sweet Maggie Jane, and facing the loss of two more of my fur babies it helps to know we share a common bond of loving our precious fur family members.
I know together we will all one day romp in the beautiful grass as we meet on the other side of the rainbow bridge.
06-05-2008 2:38 PM -- By: Kate, From: Richland, MI
What an amazing story and deication to a vrey special friend. I loved it and am so honored you have allowed me to enjoy your website and get to know Princess, wonderful Princess.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you
Maggie's sister, Kate
05-31-2008 10:17 PM -- By: Cheri (Coco's Mom), From:
Thank you so much for remembering my girl. I'm just going through some rough times right now. I also think that the shock of losing Coco is wearing off and reality is hitting me in the face. We do miss our girls, don't we? They just brought so much love into our lives and I feel that they continue to lift us up and help us through each day. They are never really gone, are they? They are always with us. Your Princess is one beautiful girl and I can see the love and sweetness in her eyes. I have to stop by and visit her every now and then just to look at that sweet face. She makes my heart feel lighter. Like I said, they are never really gone. They still bring goodness and love to our world. Such sweet babies.
05-30-2008 8:05 PM -- By: Karen Tomczak, From: De
I just want to tell you I too belive that your Princess is with you , I love the story about the walk on the beach. hugs . Rameses and Brandy Mom
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