We understand death for the first time when he puts his hand upon one whom we love. ~Germaine de Stael, French-Swiss author
Dallas here, coming at you from the Rainbow Bridge. On what would have been my 14th earth birthday.
You simply would NOT believe how gorgeous it is here. The colors are amazing, way beyond what you’d imagine. And I’m able to see them ALL, not just yellow, blue, and gray.
There’s continual music, uninterrupted by commercials, and everybody (even those of us with a bit of hearing loss on earth) gets to hear the style they especially love.
There are gentle breezes, glittering mansions, clouds, and the Creator.
Best of all, there are cookies. Lots and lots of cookies.
With no worries at all over putting on weight . . . ever!
And no need to perform to get ’em either.
When Mama told me it was time for me to go to the Rainbow Bridge, I confess I felt a bit afraid.
Well, maybe more than a bit.
Who wouldn’t be, you know? It’s not a place I’d been before, and something told me Mama wouldn’t be leaving with me.
Speaking of Mama, I know she’s sad. I’ve seen her tears, and I feel her heartache. But I don’t want her sad fur-ever. This is a wonderful place, and I’m happy to see my friends and fur-kin. So I’m counting on all you good blogging buddies to keep her spirits up, ‘k?
I understand some folks claim dogs don’t go anywhere after their earthly lives end, but if you ask me, that’s just plain silly.
I mean, Mama often told me she saw God’s goodness in me when I was alive, so why wouldn’t I continue reflecting that in Heaven?
Nobody suffers here. No hunger, no thirst, no aches and pains, no more tears. And none of that pandemic-thing either.
I found my fur-mama, fur-daddy, and fur-sis real fast. They got here a long time before I did and were glad to show me the ropes. I also found a lot of the people and dogs I’d met and gotten close to on earth.
I think they were happy to see me, as I was them.
Mama would have called it old home week!
You know, I loved my Mama and family fiercely when I was on earth, and I expect it will be a long time before they join me.
Mama has lots of things to do before then.
I hope she’ll have many more dogs to love, though none of them will mean more to her than I did — she didn’t call me her Soul Dog for nothing!
Woo Hoo, I hear the angels are serving pizza, so gotta run.
Any furry body you’d like me to look up for you??