Sharing with Blue Monday. Lots of blue in my pixs. And they are all related to my loved ones. My husband of twenty-seven years passed away Sunday morning, four days ago. So I’m struggling right now and trying to do positive things that might help me feel better. So blue is coming!
This is my husband, Roy, and his daughter Nancy a few years ago when she was visiting us from California. She and my daughter Connie have been a great strength these past few days even though they are not here in Arizona with me. Thank God for email and Facebook!
Meet Suzie, my psychic/spiritual cat. She can see what’s here and what is “there”. During Roy’s last week at home Suzie gazed intensely way up high in our family room with a seventeen-foot high ceiling and then behind me. I figured she must be looking at those on the other side – spirits who were there helping Roy get ready for his transition. Okay, it could all be my imagination, right? Well, in the last few days when Suzie would be sitting next to me or in my lap she would start staring next to me or behind me and her ears would flatten out, as cat’s ears do when they are feeling threatened or are leary as to what is near them. We’ve had Suzie seven years and Roy was only able to touch her maybe six or seven times. She just was very cautious around him. So this was pretty amazing! It let no doubt that she was seeing my Roy.
Dear, sweet Sparky; she was fourteen years old when she died last year in March. Sparky was off her feed the year before, so I started preparing her meals for her. She rewarded me with happy barking before every meal!
And Mandy was our ball chaser. She loved to race after the ball, position it, and roll it back with her nose. Her accuracy was amazing! She passed away last August when we were in Florida. Mandy was at least sixteen or seventeen years old.
Last but not least is Sunny our outgoing cat-dog. She was born to a mother raised outdoors with several big dogs and ate dog food instead of cat food. And Sunny also ate dog food the first few months of her life. Hence, she has some odd cravings – like eating cardboard! She really knows how to destroy a good packing box, or worse, the corners of my favorite photo albums! But she is so sweet! Definitely a joy to have around.
I know my journey has just started and I have a long row to hoe, but my friends and my faith in God will help pull me through.
Though you have made me see troubles, many and bitter, you will restore my life again; from the depths of the earth you will again bring me up. You will increase my honor and comfort me once again.