" Beth "
March 13 1995 ---- Sept. 8 1998
First I would like to say what a joy
that you brought to our lives though it was just for a short time
it was enough time to fill a lifetime of memories.
I once looked the meaning of your name up and found it means
"A joy in the house." And that you truly were.
I look back at the times that you heard fears- never once
complaining that we talked to much. You shared all of our happiness.
Though you only weighed 3lbs you left the biggest paw prints
on our hearts anad memories forever that could never
be replaced by another.
I know you are happy resting under the Walnut tree
for you liked to chase the squirrels gathering nuts back up.
So until we cross the Rainbow Bridge together
I know you will happy playing with the others there.
You went everywhere we went so it is truly hard getting
in the car wiwthout you knowing that you're not there
sitting on my shoulder looking out the window.
Sleep does not come easy. For we miss you there.
Singing "Happy Birthday" to you every night before you
settled down; laughing at your little clowny ways as you
would roll on your back and move your paws back anad forth.
When we were on the computer you were right there,
either licking our hand or stealing little puppy kisses.
I remember before the vet took you from our arms for the last time,
how you looked up at us as if you already knew your fate.
You licked our faces and we kissed you and told you how much
you were loved and how much you had meant to us.
I break into tears just recalling this time.
Some how I wish that I would wake up and find this all some
horrible nightmare and that I would find you sleeping in
one of your favorite spots.
I came in today and looked for you even though in my
mind I knew you were gone. I guess that it is just force of habit.
So until we get to the Rainbow Bridge,
we will keep you forever close to our hearts.
We love you always Beth (Weena)
Daddy and Mommy
Wayne and Cindy Koontz