Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Wheel-Turning Woofie Wednesday


Tommy: Sometimes, #1 talks about complicated things. Yesterday she was trying to explain to me how the wheel turns and things move on. I tried to tell her that, for us woofies, there is only the now and we are too busy savouring the moment we live in to worry about any wheels! Anyway, the reason for all of this was to let me know that the wheel has turned for my sweet Aunt Cora, my Mummy Minnie's sister. She had been unwell for a few weeks but had rallied, and then late Wednesday night, she gently, softly left this world and walked over the Rainbow Bridge. So this post is in memory of Cora, daughter of Katie and Toby, sister to Minnie, and much-loved Aunt to me, Elsie, Lydia and Sophie, and great-aunt to Emily. And I should not forget my daddy, Joe. He is quite incapacitated, but in her last few weeks, he always wanted to snuggle with Cora.

Here is a sweet photo of Cora with Minnie on one side and Joe on the other:


Cora loved water, and here she is enjoying a good splash:


I will miss you, Cora, and I know how much Mr. R and Ms. A will do as well. Here is a photo of me, your nephew, in my golden field:


#1 says the wheel can now stop turning for a while as we would like Minnie to stay with us for a long time yet. Here is my Mama:

 

17 comments:

  1. WE are sorry to hear about your Aunt Cora, Tommy.
    We also send purrs to her family.
    That is a really nice picture of your mum :)
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  2. Lovely post! Thanks for the kind words about us all.

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  3. I'm so sorry for your loss, Tommy. I'm sending purrs to Aunt Cora's family, and to you.

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  4. I'm so sorry about your Aunt Cora. I agree with #1 that the wheel should stop turning for a bit.

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  5. We are so sorry to hear about sweet Cora. Love and many hugs from all of us.

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  6. So sorry to hear about sweet Cora - but we bet Joe was really happy to greet her again. We want that wheel to stop turning for a very long time for all.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  7. We are so sorry. Sending lots of hugs
    Lily & Edward

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  8. La roue tourne perpétuellement. Roue du Samsara.
    Ta tante repose en paix Tommy. Vous vous retrouverez peut ĂȘtre un jour.
    Ronrons
    Hisia et Loustiquette

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  9. We are sending love to both you and to your Aunt Cora's family, Tommy.

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  10. We're sorry for the loss of your Aunt Cora, Tommy. We send comforting purrs and gentle headbonks to you and her family. Purrs

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  11. So sorry that Aunt Cora had to go. She sure was a pretty gal. Best wishes to her humans.

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  12. We're so sorry to hear that your Aunt has crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

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  13. Farewell sweet Cora. Comforting purrs to all.

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  14. We are sorry about your Aunt Cora. She was beautiful. Purrs to you all.

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  15. We are so sorry to hear your dear Aunt Cora has crossed the bridge. It was a blessing for both that you got to visit with each other before she left. She lives on in all her beautiful relatives who share the same bloodline. We send condolences and love to you and all of her family.

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  16. Tommy darling,
    We is so sad to hear about your Aunt Cora. What a beautiful dog! (We can see good looks runs in your family). And it was so wonderful that she had her family around her!
    Me must say that picture of yous in the dandelions is splenderifierous!
    Many Kisses
    Nellie

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