Sunday, July 10, 2011

New Stars In The Sky


My heart has been feeling very quiet.
Sometimes when I feel quiet, I think of wonderousness.
Wonders are all around me.
Clouds are wonders. I watched them all day long.
They float here and there across the sky.
And Stars are wonders too. I watch them twinkle all night long.


Last night when I watched the glowing stars,
I saw wonders.
I saw names painted in the sky like trails of shooting stars.

I saw the names of Ames from England @ Soggibottom , and Dexter @DIANE'S MIXED ART
and Lilo @Tales of The Great Rock Eater and O'Mally Hanks sister @ I Tell Ya What and Hamlet from Life at Golden Pines.
Lilo and O'Mally were our Sunflower sisters.
So many of our friends from blogville have made their journey to the Rainbow Bridge.

I thought about these Forget Me Not flowers. They remind me of my friends.
Every year these little blue flowers come back to see me.

I thought about how I never met these friends, but they made me smile when I read their storys.
Dexter kitty, did not have a blog, but his momma Diane did.
They had familys who love them very much.
They will never be forgotten.
Run free my friends.


Now,,,,
I would like to share a link with you, about a kitty that has courage.
Please go to this link at Animal Talk For the Love of Ivy
http://animaltalk4u.blogspot.com/

and read the story of Sweet Ivy. She is needing some love. My friend Jan is trying to help this little kitty and her newborn kittens. She needs a miracle.




Nitey nite


love


tweedles


34 comments:

Benny and Lily said...

You are so thoughtful Tweedles
Benny & Lily

Maggie and Mitch said...

We are so sorry to hear about your friends, Tweedles. It's never easy to say good-by. What a beautiful post!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Tweedles we are thinking the same thoughts...This morning when I had the puppy outside I was standing in the yard looking at the stars, and remembering an Eskimo quote that says: "Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy"

Isn't that a beautiful thought?

Minnie Moo said...

Awww yes, run free our bloggy friends. Thanks Tweedles for this, you always know the right things to say.

Muah,

Minnie Moo

sophie...^5 said...

My My Kim's Inuit quote is beautiful....just lively. Thanks for this Tweedles...once again you are a special friend even if geographical distance keeps us where we are....our hearts are close though. Cheers as always. "Now look up, look way up"...this comes from a children's TV show from the 50's and 60's in Canada called The Friendly Giant. I always loved it!

Payton said...

This was a lovely tribute, Tweedles. As lovely as you are by the forget-me-nots. I agree with Minnie, you always know the exact right thing to say. We will all miss those sweet angels, but now they are healthy and can run free!
Love,
Payton

rottrover said...

A beautiful post, Tweedles. Sophie sent us over, and we're your newest followers.

-Gizmo, Bart and Ruby

Barbara said...

You always find the right words, Tweedles. The forget-me-nots come every year to greet you to remind you of all your friends.

We love you lots!
xxx
barbara, trixie, minnie, & jeep

Manon Doyle said...

Such a wonderful post, Tweedles!! Kim had a beautiful thought in the comment section. My mom really liked that!!

Love,
Otis xoxo

Chatty Crone said...

Oh Tweedles I am sorry for the loss of your friends. Gosh - I guess that there is no way to stop it - part of life is death - but not a good part.
I am glad you will remember them with love.
Hugs, Sandie

Sharon Wagner said...

You have so many friends. And even kitty friends. Tweedles has a big heart.

Hank said...

Hi, Tweedles.....isn't nature amazing? Yes, it eventually takes our loved ones, but then sends us loving reminders like Forget Me Nots. :)

Love -

Sarah and Hank

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

You really are just so sweet, Tweedles. Yes, there have been way too many crossings lately. We send our soft woos to all the families of those wh have lost a dear furry. We will go visit Sweet Ivy.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Yoda, Brutus & Ellie said...

Such a beautiful post, Tweedles! You always have such thoughtful posts.

Pugs & Kisses,

Yoda, Brutus & Ellie

Archie and Melissa said...

oh twee
what a beautiful post.
i love looking at the world through the wonderness of your eyes.
there is so much love and truth and healing in every word.
all is truly well twee and our friends who have passed over the rainbow show us that in every cloud and every star.
thank you for reminding me to look up tonight as i am off to go and say hello to all of them and tell them i love them as i love you.

Mr. Pip said...

What a beautiful way to remember your friends. I love forget-me-nots, too, and now they will always remind me of you and your lovely words.

I will go and visit your kitty friend.

Your pal, Pip

Mr. Pip said...

Oh no, the link doesn't seem to be working for me.

Your pal, Pip

Art with Liz said...

Such loving memories Tweedles.

Schnauzer Days said...

hello Tweedles :-) You have such a sweet way, and are so thoughtful especially about our friends running free at The Bridge now, big licks and Schnauzer cuddles to you, Dex and Lou xxx

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KB said...

Such lovely, but sad, thoughts Tweedles. For some reason, I always think of our departed dogs when I see beautiful wildflowers. "Forget-me-nots" are so beautiful and such a powerful reminder. Columbines seem so miraculous that I feel sure that our loved ones are talking to us through them. Nature is what soothes my heart despite the sorrow of beloved friends who are no longer on Earth.

I shall go visit your friend now.

suzanneberry said...

oh tweedles, your amazing words take me back to all of my friends that have crossed the rainbow bridge. i miss them so much, just like you. i don't believe our Source wants us to be sad, i know we will all play together in a beautiful field someday. and let's get that miracle going for sweet ivy! sleep tite!

soggibottom said...

Thank you :-) X X X
There are sweet pea's growing freely making their way up our apple tree :-) Every one of them from Amie Soto Blossom. Thanks Tweedles :-) You've made me cry again :-) :-) :-) XXX

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

What a loving thoughtful post! Your gentle and compassionate insights make us feel good inside. May you be blessed.

Now we will visit your friend in need.

Pearl and Daisy said...

What a loving tribute to dear friends.

Pug love from,
Pearl & Daisy

MAXMOM IN SA said...

You have a very kind and very special heart, Tweedles. I know that the moon shines on you...:)
Sending lotsaluv
MAXMOM IN SOUTH AFRICA

Asta said...

Tweedles,
My sweet bootiful little fwiend
You aways manage to touch ouw heawts..I can look into those big gowgeous eyes of youws and see youw heawt. I too think of all my fwiends who have left too eawly, but twust that they awe happy and pain fwee and we will alllplay someday togethew in those stawwy skyes.
I will go visit that sweet kitteh and send my hope and love
smoochie kisses
ASTA

K9 Katastrophie said...

Hi Tweedles, when I look at the beautiful sky I will think of you. We love you Tweedles!

Licks,
Ruthie

K9 Katastrophie said...

Hi Tweedles, when I look at the beautiful sky I will think of you. We love you Tweedles!

Licks,
Ruthie

Bobbi said...

Ahh Tweedles, this is beautiful...

bbes tribe said...

Hi sweet Tweedles, You always know what to say/write and do it so well. Perfect. We loved so many of the comments made by your followers too. You bring out the best in everyone. Puppy Kisses to you Tweedles
Ernie,Sasha,Chica,Lucas

Hank said...

Thank you, Tweedles, for all the hugs and kisses you've sent our way!

We hope you got the ones we sent right back! :)

Oskar said...

What a lovely post. We will head over to check out your post.

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

Scout 'n Freyja said...

It is always furry sad when our loved ones complete their Circle of Life. We always want to spend just one more day in their presence. But all we really have to do is look up into the midnight sky and see the bright stars and know - really know - that they are twinkling down on us and still sending their love.