Merry Christmas And Happy New Year


This page is dedicated with much love to Misty-our beautiful little girl who went to Rainbow Bridge on June 19, 1999 and to our new beautiful little boy, Jessie-who became part of our family September 29, 2000...


August 1984-19 June 1999
Misty-opening her Christmas gift


Jessie- 30 September 2000



It has been a year and a half since Misty has been gone...I miss her still so much. 
Even though my heart is not in it, I decided to do this page because Misty loved Christmas.  When I would be baking, the minute she would hear the oven door open, she would come running and peek from the corner of the kitchen.   She loved to taste fresh baked cookies with her mommy.
 She always had her gifts under the tree just like us, but one Christmas I made the mistake to wrap her gift in front of her-big mistake- and then proceeded to put it under the tree.  Later on that day, I found the toy unwrapped in the living room.  She loved so much to unwrap gifts that, sometime, I would let her unwrap some of mine. 
 The little doggie stocking I made for you, precious little girl, is hanging in the same place it always has, and always will be. 
However, there is another stocking hanging next to yours this year...Jessie's.. I thought you would be happy to know more about him....
We have adopted Jessie, a 9mos old Sheltie-Border Collie mix, on September 29, 2000.  He doesn't replace you, my little girl, nothing or no one will ever do, but he is a very loving  addition to our family .  This is Jessie's first Christmas and I have no idea how he will respond, but he is so "nosy" about everything new that we haven't put any of his gifts under the tree yet.  He is just as spoiled as you were.




'Tis the day before Christmas and all through the house 
The puppies are squeaking an old rubber mouse. 
The wreath which had merrily hung on the door 
Is scattered in pieces all over the floor. 

The stockings that hung in a neat little row 
Now boast a hole in each one of the toes. 
The tree was subjected to bright-eyed whims 
And now, although splendid, it's missing some limbs. 

I catch them and hold them, be good I insist 
They lick me, then turn off to see what they've missed. 
And now as I watch them, the thought comes to me 
That theirs is the spirit that Christmas should be. 

Should children and puppies yet show us the way 
And teach us the joy that should come with this day? 
Could they bring the message that's written above 
And tell us that, most of all, Christmas is love! 

-Author Unknown-



Thank you Vickie, Mcguire and Dominoe for your special gift


Thank you Pam for this beautiful Christmas card in Memory of Sugar
Sugar went to Rainbowbridge on Thanksgiving's Day.


Thank you Karryn and Garth for this very special Christmas gift


Thank you Karryn and Taylor for this very special Christmas gift





My Other Pages


*Home* *Ma Mimiss*My Misty*My Little Girl*Little Lady    

*Beyond The Rainbow*So Long Precious*My Angel* Tributes To Misty*

*Photo Album*Gifts Of Remembrance*Awards We Give*Recipients Of  Awards*

*How Great Thou Art* Prayer For The Animals  

*Le Pont De L'Arc En Ciel*  *Banner -1*  *Special Gifts*

     *Season's Greetings 1*   *Season's Greetings 2 *Christmas 2001*

    *Waiting At The Bridge *Angels in Heaven*


***Misty's Awards***


Awards-1  *  Awards-2  *    Awards-3  *  Awards-4

Awards-5  *  Awards-6  *  Awards-7  *  Awards-8  *  Awards-9

Awards-10  *  Awards-11  *  Awards-12  *  Awards-13  *  Awards-14

Awards-15  *  Awards-16 Awards-17 



Joyeux Noel Et Meilleurs Voeux





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This page was created December 18,  2000