Monday, January 5, 2015

Cricket's Song

The voice was like no other.....
  Her mom said it was like a large hound dog.
How can it be?
"I hear you Cricket!!!"

Cricket's story can be read at  Life at Golden Pines.
Everyone of the goldens are treasures in Kim and Carl's eyes.
When even  one  gem is missing,, a big hole is left.
Cricket was a rescue that lived for 8 months at Golden Pines.
She was part of the happy pack, and will live in our hearts forever.
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When the night visited  last night
 my eyes lifted to the sky's
 and scanned to the east and to the west. ,,
I spun in circles  searching in all directions!
Then the clouds parted 
and I recognized that smile  in the star
 as it twinkled  right above me,
 it radiated  across the sky!

 I knew immediately when,  the star began to sing,
with a very loud voice !!!
The moons glow and stars shadows streamed down to my feet!
  I stood quietly gazing at the smiling star,,
 and  listening to the song that was so beauitiful,,
a song saying
 "i am okay,
"i am okay!"

"I found my first family and friends
and I am okay!
The sun shines everyday!
I am okay, and I want to tell you something else Tweedles,
tell my family at Golden Pines to always look for the smiling star
because that is me
and listen for my song!!"

Oh how I wanted to touch the star!
I wanted to tell her family!
I wanted to share words  to make their hearts heal.

Cricket was nearing 17 years when her life completed its circle, here on earth.
Things in life can change so fast,,,
and leave us very sad.
My heart hurts for her family.

Please come join me,,,
Lets sit  shoulder to shoulder in a circle
 holding paws
and sending love to
all the members of
Life at Golden Pines

love
 tweedles

25 comments:

Noodles said...

Tweedles
As usual you have said just the right words to make us all feel better. I saw that smiling star last night as well. Now I know it was Cricket.
Love Noodles

stellaroselong said...

Your words always heal.
Stella rose

Amber DaWeenie said...

Tweedles, your words will certainly help to heal Kim's heart.

Cricket will be missed.

The Vegetarian Mermaid. said...

My Akita companion named Oso grew up with me since I was two and passed away at 15 years old. I hope they get to meet eachother through that rainbow bridge along with many other animal companions. I'll send lovely prayers to Cricket's family.<3

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rottrover said...

A beautiful tribute, Tweedles...

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

You have written the most beautiful, kind and comforting words for our precious Cricket. She was truly a rare gem that we so loved having as part of our lives, and she is truly missed. But knowing that she is with those that loved her first gives us peace.

Charliedownunder said...

Crikey Tweedles ..... you sure know how to say it, aye?? That was so beautiful. I'm sure it will be of comfort to Kim and family. I'm coming to join you, Tweedles, paw to paw, aye??

Mitch and Molly said...

What a beautiful tribute to a most beautiful senior girl, Tweedles ♥

Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly

mArg said...

Oh Tweedles, that was such a lovely tribute to Criket. We are going over to visit right now. You take care Tweedles and have a great day.

tubby3pug said...

what a pretty girl

retro rover

Mr. Pip said...

I didn't know Cricket, but I can tell she was very special and beautiful. I will go visit her family now.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

17 is a long and full life! Such a beautiful tribute.

Idaho PugRanch said...

Your words are always so comforting Tweedles. 17 years! What a wonderful long life Cricket had. We will send prayers for her family
hugs
Mr Bailey & Hazel

Sketching with Dogs said...

That is such a beautiful Tribute. We are sure Cricket's family must have loved to read it.
We send hugs to her family, rest in peace beautiful girl.
Dip and Elliot x

Jacobi said...

Good bye Cricket, you are a beautiful star. I will look for you at night, and I will know love.

Licks,
Cobi

Murphy said...

That was so beautifully written. Smile with the stars Cricket!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

KB Bear said...

We join paws with you, Tweedles. We are sending love to our friends at Golden Pines.

You wrote such beautiful words for sweet Cricket. Her face always looked so happy that it made me smile.

Millie and Walter said...

Your poem for Cricket was beautiful.

Chatty Crone said...

I like your poem for Cricket. I am so sorry about the loss to her family. I tell you what - these little pooches get in our hearts don't they and when they go - wow. Hope you are doing okay.

suzanneberry said...

What a wonderful and loving tribute to Cricket my sweet girl!! i am so sorry that she has transitioned but beyond the bridge is joy, peace and lots of fun and love. it seems that what we call death is ever present! i'm finding we must begin to look at gently, with love and not fear or sadness. we are all either on this plane or beyond it but we are never lost.

happy new year to you and your mommies. you all are in my thoughts and my heart...along with Cricket and Angel Tim!

Mary Ann said...

Another beautiful dog gone... my prayers go to her family.

NanaNor's said...

I am so glad that you have such a way with words! I am thankful for jewels like Kim and her hubby who give so much for others.
Wags and love,
Noreen & Hunter

Foley Monster and Pocket said...

That was so beautiful. Romp in peace my friend.

ANGEL ABBYGRACE said...

TWeedles you always know the exact perfect thing to say. WE love you!!

Madi and Mom said...

Tweedles
Thank you for attending the Doodz swearing in yesterday...
Hugs Madi your bfff