Saying Goodbye To You Hurts More Than I Imagined.
To Out Dearest Daisy Mae,
We never could have imagined how much joy and love you would bring into our home and hearts, 14 years ago. I know that our time together is drawing to a close. But before you have to leave us, there are a few things I hope you know as you start your next journey to the rainbow bridge.
I hope you know; you brought us joy that no words can fully capture from the very first day you entered your home. Your wagging tail and loving eyes greeted us after long, tiring days, filling our hearts with happiness. You were not just a pet; you were family. You brought us immeasurable love, laughter, and solace.
I hope you know; you were more than a friend. You were our guardian. Your watchful eyes and protective nature made us feel safe, day and night. There were years that you made the boys and I feel safe while Bret worked out of town. You never left our side whether it was hiking in the mountains, or a walk on River's Edge Trail. I don't know how many sleepless nights you had when I would drag you camping with Cindy and I. You were always on patrol guarding the entry way into my tent. You truly were our protector, and I hope you know that.
I hope you know; the memories we've shared, the adventures we've had, and the bond we've formed has been etched into our hearts. Your unwavering loyalty and love have been a source of comfort and strength for us, and we will forever cherish those moments.
I hope you know we were truly blessed to have you.
As we face the inevitable goodbye, know that you are not alone. We will be with you until the very end, showering you with the same love you've given us throughout the years. We are thankful for every day we've had with you, and we will hold you close in our hearts always.
Thank you for being our cherished companion, our guardian, and our dearest friend. I hope you know, you will always be remembered as the amazing and beloved member of our family that you are.
It's time for your next adventure.
With all our love,
Bret, Bejay, Boedy, Brandon, and even Dirty
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