Rainbow Bridge

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This is a story from my own hometown. It’s so sweet, we just had to share it with you. Pictures are from the Virginian Pilot Newspaper.

A small kindness delivered in Norfolk went viral this week - the story of a little boy who wrote a letter to his dog in heaven and the anonymous person - presumably a postal worker - who answered it as the dog.

The pictures start with young Luke, and his beloved Beagle, Moe. The last photo is of the beautiful human being wrote back on Moe’s behalf. Think about that for a minute. She took the time to answer the letter this little boy addressed to Doggy Heaven.

Thank you Zina for showing us there are still lovely human beings who care about one another..

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My precious baby transitioned and is running free at the Rainbow Bridge tonight. I’m so sad, and I think I will be for a long time. I’m planning to update this page at least until the end of the year. I have plenty of pictures of him that I could run it for a few more years. So we’ll see. I would love to keep it going .

I wish I had done more with it in the past year. I wish I had knitted for him more and done more photo sessions like we used to do. But he got so tired in the last year. He couldn’t handle taking rides and then walking around to do the pictures like he used to do. I started taking them in the backyard and on the side of the house, and he loved that. I wish I had thought to do more of that sooner.

I’ll share more stories about him and some of our experiences in the days and weeks to come. Right now, I need to just think about him and about how wonderful a dog he was. He was a kinder, better human being than most people. And that’s the truth.

Over The Rainbow

Somewhere over the rainbow way up high,
There’s a land that I heard of once in a lullaby
And the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true

虹の向こう側のどこか高い空の上に
いつか子守唄で聞いた国がある
そこでは、どんな夢もかなえられる

Happy Birthday, Susi  @marauderfan

Annie Keary - The Scandinavian World, “The Heroes of Asgard and the Giants of Jötunheim”,1857.

Vintage illustration showing the evil serpent Jormungand encircling Midgard. In the center there is Yggdrasil, the World Tree, with a wise eagle, a hawk, four stags and squirrel. Its roots support a Rainbow Bridge Bifrost and Asgard with the great hall of the Gods Gladsheim. Its roots descend to the dark region Niflheim.