02/13/2010 - 04/21/2020
Memorial created 04/22/2020 by Vanessa.
A Life Measured In Memories
10 years was not near long enough. I will miss your footsteps running up and down the stairs or pitter-patter of your paws from room to room to come find me. I miss your jumping into the the bedroom window to look outside and bark when
you saw me coming in the driveway. I miss you begging at my feet for food or picking up any morsel
of food I dropped in the kitchen. I miss you bringing your empty bowl to the family room. I miss your love for the sprinklers and getting soaked. I miss your teasing the other dogs to go run to the door so you could stay back to get the plate to lick or eat the rest of the food. I miss your barking and your crying when you want to go for a walk or get the mail. I miss your cuddles in bed at night and teasing your dad by jumping in bed and start sleeping on his pillow knowing good and well you have to move again. I miss your beautiful soft fur and gorgeous brown eyes looking at me. You would do any trick to get a treat and did your tricks well! You taught Harley who didn’t bark at all when we got him how to bark at people at the door, down the street or bark at other dogs. You were so good natured about wearing Halloween costumes and loved wearing a scarf and didn’t like when I took it off to wash it or change into a different one. You brought be so much joy and you will never know how big a hole you left in my heart. I have no idea how or when I will get through a day without crying and missing our routine. But I have to believe that you are in heaven with Blaze and Carmel and that you will be waiting with the crew for me when it is my time.I know you loved me as you were never far from my side anywhere we went. I loved how even when we went to the dog park you would look back to make sure mom was there and then jump up and down for joy when you discovered I was still there. Thank you for allowing me to be your mom and thank you for 10 years of blessing memories and joy. Forever in my heart and memories. I love you Noah Blazen, Mom