Mommy, please don't cry for me

by Annette Founds
(Mabelvale, AR)


On July 24, we lost our precious Pomeranian, Ruger. He blessed our lives with unconditional love for 13 years. I wrote this as though he were saying it to me. I know in my heart that I will never have another dog as special as he was. We shared a bond that was like no other. He will be missed everyday for the rest of my life and he has a very special place in my heart forever.


Mommy, I don't know if you know, but I've been coming to visit you in your dreams. I know you've been crying yourself to sleep since I left you. I come to you to try to ease your pain. Remember how I used to lick your tears when you were sad? I still do that but in a different way. Mommy, please do not cry for me anymore.

I put myself in harms way that fateful day. It was not your fault. You had scolded me so many times warning me how dangerous that big doggie was. I just wanted to show you how brave and strong I was. I wouldn't listen to your warnings. Mommy, please do not blame yourself for my mistake. It hurts me so much to watch you hurt for what I did.

Please stop crying, Mommy, so that you can see me when I come to visit you in your dreams. I promise I will be anxiously waiting for you when the Lord calls you home. Together we will be for eternity. Until that day, Mommy, I'm still with you; even if only in your dreams.

Love your Little Man

Ruger

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