Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Wendy-Woo: 1/27/2001-6/10/2009

The euphemism would say she is no longer with us, yet she will always be with us. Wendy, aka Weaverwood's Winsome Wendy went to the Rainbow Bridge around noon today. I held her as she took her final breaths and her spirit was set free. She didn't have the longest life - she was only eight and a half - but she was clearly dying, and we had tried all reasonable medications to help her.

Her four field spaniel friends surround me, and I think they miss her, too. I will remember her swimming in Sengekontacket Pond, pulling us on the leash the entire way there because she loved it so much. And I will always hear the echoes of the WOO she would always greet me with when I arrived home. And how the sound of a whipped cream can could get her to the kitchen in record time.

Thank you, Wendy, for eight years of love and fun. Wait for us by the bridge, it won't be heaven without you.


Spanky said...

Damn, that's rough. I'm sorry for your loss.


Anonymous said...

Dear Maureen,

I am sorry to hear about your loss.


- roy.

TexasSwede said...

I'm sorry to hear about Wendy.
I still remember at a Lotusphere back around 2000 or 2001 when we were sitting at the same table at lunch, talking about your dogs. I think one of them had just had (or were about to have) puppies. Could that been when Wendy was born? The timeframe sounds about right.

I know how hard it is to lose a family friend like that.

George, Group Admin said...

Maureen: I am saddened to hear of your loss. We have had many dear and near pets over the years and each one holds a special place in our hears and will never be forgotten.