Monday, March 21

In Memoriam...

Many of you have seen my previous posts of
Miss Daisy...
She has been our darling Golden Girl since she came to live with us December 8, 2002.
She was a rescue, and was approximately 5 when we got her.
On March 16, 2011 she left us to frolic in the fields of Dog Heaven...


She was our sweet Golden Girl.  The best dog either of us had ever had the pleasure of sharing life with.
She is missed.

For more photos of our darling Golden Girl, and for a bit of her story...click here.

"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went."
Will Rogers

15 comments:

Suzanne McDermott said...

Oh, no... I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Thanks for posting links to Daisy's story - I'll go review them now. And thanks for the Will Rogers quote. I'm with him. Loads of love... You were all lucky to live with each other for these nine years. May your hearts heal whole again. She'll always be with you.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh Sweet Golden Girl---she was well loved and will be missed so much. But she is happily running and playing with the rest of the divine dogs just waiting to see you again.
She will always be by your side. MB

Anzu said...

I'm sorry to hear it.
Please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your adorable girl,Miss Daisy.
She is beautiful forever.

TheChieftess said...

Thank you Suzanne...I saw your comment on my Mammoth blog...thank you so much for your kind words.

Thank you MB...she was well loved, and still is!!! I know she's running in the fields of Doggie Heaven...or maybe in her case, riding in God's car with the window down and her nose in the wind!!!

Thank you Anzu...yes...she is beautiful forever!

mj said...

I could tell that Miss Daisy was special. To have been loved by a very special dog is a blessing. I could sense your bond, and I've never met either one of you.
I am so sorry.
A big Hug coming your way ....

Constança Lucas said...

hug for miss daisy

eileeninmd said...

I am so sorry for your loss. I know how it feels to lose a loved pet. My Goldie Girl is actually our second Golden Retriever, they are wonderful and loving dogs.

TheChieftess said...

Thank you so much MJ...I'm very touched...

Thank you Constanca...

Thank you Eileeninmd...I know you know how special Goldens are as you have such a beautiful Goldie Girl!

Chris said...

I'm so sorry for your loss. Miss Daisy was a real cutie and I know all too well the sadness you are feeling right now- we lost our Abby January 3rd and I'm still not over it. I loved your quote about if there are no pets in heaven that you want to go where they wen - my sentiments exactly. Take care - it will get a little easier with time. I know how much you're missing her.

TheChieftess said...

Thank you Chris...an interesting side note...our Calico kitty Sadie (also featured in several posts here) has been crying out loud and wandering the house night after night since Daisy left us. It breaks my heart because I can't help her understand...our other cat has been through this before so doesn't seem to be as affected. But little Sadie is perplexed...

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Bye, dear, sweet golden darling Daisy, you are in heaven now with my (passed away) doggy Iosje, its so sad to loose you, I hope to see you in our "äfter life"Yes I want to go ther where the dogs go, rest in peace sweet Daisy, you will be never forgotten,always in your owners heart.

Greetings from JoAnn and Joyi Nl

TheChieftess said...

Thank you so much JoAnn's-D'Eyes...When I was posting this I thought about you and your beloved Iosje...I do hope they have met and are frolicking in doggie heaven...

Trijnie said...

a loss af such a friend is so sad
gr Trijnie

Liz Berry Wagner said...

So, so sorry to hear of Miss Daisy's passing. Oh, how our pups touch our hearts and our lives. When I go, I want to go where they go....

TheChieftess said...

Thank you so much Trijnie and Liz!!! She was a delight...and we miss her very much.

We've gotten a new golden who is making a new place in our hearts...we still slip up and call her Daisy once in awhile...