I will give her a hug from you and for Bear and Spike too. Everything you do is appreciated.
The Rainbow Story-
So I had decided that I needed to get out of the rut that I was falling into-before it turned into a gorge. I really feared that-because I need to stay focused enough to work and do well in my job-and that job feeds Jeanspackistan-so I really can't afford to go into the gorge. With Nina's passing only four months before, and Kramer being an absolute part of my being for 15 years, and truly actually helping me more than I ever helped him, I knew that fall could be coming.
I had been following Kyah on the GSD board and felt so badly for her. I also wasn't sure what I was going to do with the incredible leftover adrenaline I had from 5 weeks of taking care of Kramer after his diagnosis. So I wanted to help a dog that needed it. I met Darcy and Van to take pictures and asked if she had a foster for her: no. My little brain (and heart) started churning. I decided to offer on Monday because on Tuesday she was on her way to NY!
As I was driving to pick her up (and was lucky enough not to have to drive far at all) on a beautiful sunny and dry evening, I looked up and saw...a beautiful rainbow. No rain. But a rainbow. It was amazing. And I took it as a sign from them that they approved and were going to help Kyah.
I hope they continue to do so. She needs all the help she can get so that her body doesn't do this again.
Thank you again, Deb-I think I thought of you--->Ithaca--->gorges!
What a beautiful story about the rainbow Jean. Isn't it funny how our Dear departed baby's still have so much control in our lives. I talk to Bear and Spike all the time. I'm sure Kramer and Nina are smiling down at you and Kyah (new spelling?).
And yes you don't want to be falling into Ithaca's Gorges at all. I'm glad you thought of us though, we are always thinking of you and the pack.