My Little Jack Who Had Held My Heart in Her Little Paws

by Regina Glotfelty

*My Angel*

*My Angel*

My Sami girl was one of a kind! She had a personality all of her own.It was a Sunday morning and I was getting ready to go visit with my baby when the phone rang. When the vet told me she passed on that morning, my heart shattered. I was destroyed and angry at God. How could he take my baby from me. She was only with me for 5 short years. It took me quite some time and I still have a ways to go because Im having a very difficult time accepting it. She left a massive hole in my heart that no one or nothing could ever fill. I cried and cried, I couldn't even function well at all! My family chain wasn't just broken it was shattered! If I see a lump under the blankets I think it's her because she loved to burrow her self in the covers. I have a picture right beside my bed so I can see her when I go to bed and she's the first thing I see when I wake up. I light a candle beside one of her pictures everyday. There are a few people who think I'm crazy but she was more than just a pet, she was my heart and soul. I think that on some days that she's sending me little signs from heaven saying mommy you have got to pull your self together. I opened a new can of coffee and fixed a pot, I went to fix more and I found a piece of her beautiful white hair laying inside the can on top of the coffee. I lost her on Nov.16 2008 due to Addison's disease. I still have her food bowl setting out, I go to bed at night hugging her favorite fuzzy blanket. My family used to feel complete, now all I feel is a broken feeling. I get angry at people around me for smiling and laughing. Sami was and still is my angel, she was only with me for 5 short years but left me with a life time full of memories!!! Sami girl, I know that your looking down on mommy and mommy wants you to know that I LOVE YOU with all my heart and that you will always be my ANGEL!!!!!!

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Remembering My Jack.