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    Default ~Candle Ceremony 2019~ In Loving Memorial of Friends Never Forgotten

    Hello everyone,

    It's that time of year again. Thank you all for allowing me to lead this thread which has become our annual tradition.

    Here is the sacred space where we come to remember those we have had to say tearful goodbyes to over the last 12 months, and to remember fondly those still in our hearts years later. They can be four legged or two legged
    ...all are part of our families and our souls. If you have a photo or a candle to add to your posts, please do so that we may all remember with you, your loved ones.

    I'm on my phone this morning so cannot add pictures. I'll do so when I'm on my laptop this evening. But some of those who've been foremost in my mind are; Mimzy, Pip, Fiver, Griffyn, Shadow, Tooey. And also Grandpa F who we lost most recently in October. All of you live on in my heart and soul, and you always will. Sleep peacefully and sweet dreams.

    Thank you all and may the new year bring more smiles than tears for you and yours. xxxx

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    Thinking of you as you remember your furry friends

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    I can't post a photo (cant seem to ever get it to work)

    But I want to Remember my family's gorgeous tabby Leeloo who went over the bridge this year at the baby age of 7

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    Thank you for making the thread. Thinking of everyone who has said goodbye to some one this year. xx

    We said goodbye to Marcie in November, far too soon.

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    I will be remembering lots of my small furries, sadly too many to post, who I've lost over the years. Not 2019 but will be thinking of 'Bedlington' Jack. My first dog as an adult, said goodbye on 1st December 2016 so always think of him throughout December.

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    Remembering our beautiful Snowy who we lost last month. The house hasnĺt been the same without her






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    My Princess Mylo, it's been almost 2 months and it still hurts like heck. She'll always be my special girl


    Also thinking of several doggy customers we've lost at work. I feel like we lost a lot more than usual this year - Some expected and some very suddenly. They obviously weren't my dogs but we do grow close to the regulars

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    So sorry for everyone who has lost a furry friend in the last 12 months, or before. Hugs to you all xx

    I would like to remember my beautiful boy Toffee, who was helped to the bridge 3 years ago. We miss you every single day sweetheart, and you are never ever forgotten. Lots of love from mummy, sister Treacle and big brother George xxx
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    The Unfinished


    We cannot judge a biography by it's length
    Nor by the number of pages in it.
    We must judge it by the riches of it's contents
    Sometimes those unfinished are among the most poignant

    We cannot judge a song by it's duration
    Nor by the number of it's notes
    We must judge it by the way it touches and lifts our souls
    Sometimes those unfinished are among the most beautiful

    And when something has enriched your life
    And when it's melody lingers on in your heart
    Is it finished ?
    Or is it endless ?


    ~ Anon


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