Monday, September 12, 2011

In My Eyes, You're Everything



Yeah, we posted this version of one of our favorite songs in May, the last time Maggie was quite serious with a pancreatitis attack, but we'd give absolutely ANYTHING IN THE WORLD just to have her mess our bed, and in the morning kick us in the head just one more time. Please, sweet, sweet Maggie. Please pull through sweet baby.

19 comments:

~Shelle said...

many many prayers and crossed paws from our family to yours... we love you, Miss Maggie!!!

<3 Shelle, Reed, Milo and Dixie

Ruby and Penny said...

Pretty please Maggie. You can do it. Sending lots of doxie get better rayz your way.
Love Ruby & Penny

Coloradolady said...

Oh, Maggie sweetheart, we are praying for you here at our house. Lots of doxie love being sent your way. You are a strong girl and can do this!!! Hugs and Kisses.....

Oscar and Hans said...

Maggie, we are still pulling for you. Show us some of that Doxie stubbornness and beat the bugs once and for all!

Andrea Bothum said...

We love you Maggie and we are thinking about you! All six of us!

Love,

Andrea, Gabe, Winston, Belvedere, Finnegan and Napoleon.

The Sheridan Avenue Boys said...

Sending many prayers for little Maggie from all of us here in VA.

lmhopkins19 said...

Prayers for sweet Maggie from Harley & his "pet" Lauren in Kentucky.

Roger said...

Our dachsie prayers are with you Maggie and with you Daddy and Joey. We are blessed to have them.


Oscar, Edie and Coco

Roxarita said...

Please know that even lurkers like me love Joey and Maggie and would give anything to hear that they are both healthy. We love you Mags! You can do it!

Anonymous said...

Get well soon Maggie!

Doxie Love-
Gretel and her human Jamie

Jablana said...

Sending rays of sunshine and lots of love from far away SLovenia...
hang in there Maggie!!!
LPrincess Lea

Jolyn7 said...

Jed is having his paws together in prayer for Maggie.

- Jolyn & Jed

jam said...

sending very powerful thoughts and prayers from mees doxies: (schnitzel; winfred; wilbur). maggie you can do it.

Anonymous said...

Little Miss Maggie we are crossing our paws and saying our prayers for u. Mom says she is going to burn a candle all night tonight hoping the brightness reaches across and stays with u. We are also going to offer some gifts of medicine to the four winds to the great spirit asking him to watch over u and keep u safe and strong. Love, hugs and kisses from Shilo, Sass, Maggie and Skyla from Quebec, Canada. XXX

Buckabee honey pups said...

Bucky & Gabby are sending as much positive energy your way as their short bodies possibly can. Get better Maggie, we love you.

Anonymous said...

Maggie, sweet Maggie, us gals and our mom are praying all the prayers we can for you. Mom asked her granddaughter to pray too. Kids prayers are pretty powerful. Loads of doxie kisses and hugs,
Timker, Windy and Gretel

cheyne923 said...

"Wake up Maggie I think I got somethin' to say to you..." We love you maggie may....
Melinda and Teagan (and Jeeves from on high)

Stephanie said...

I'm so very sorry to learn of the loss of your beloved Maggie.I hope you will find comfort in my favorite memorial to a dog:
"Where to Bury A Dog"

We are thinking now of a setter,
whose coat was flame in the sunshine and who,
so far as we are aware,
never entertained a mean or unworthy thought.

This setter is buried beneath a cherry tree,
under four feet of garden loam,
and at its proper season the cherry tree
strews petals on the green lawn of his grave.

Beneath a cherry tree, or an apple,
or any flowering shrub of the garden,
is an excellent place to bury a dog.

Beneath such trees, such shrubs,
he slept in the drowsy summer,
or gnawed at a flavored bone,
or lifted his head to challenge
some strange intruder.

These are good places, in life or in death.
Yet it is a small matter, and it touches sentiment
more than anything else.

For if the dog be well remembered,
if sometimes he leaps through
your dreams actual as in life,
eyes kindling, questing, asking, laughing, begging,
it matters not at all where that
dog sleeps at last.

On a hill where the wind is unrebuked,
and the trees are roaring,
or beside a stream he knew in puppyhood,
or somewhere in the flatness of a pasture land,
where most exhilarating cattle graze.

It is all one to the dog, and all one to you,
and nothing is gained, and nothing is lost -
if memory lives.

But there is one best place to bury a dog.
One place that is best of all.

There is one best place to bury a dog.
If you bury him in this spot, he will
come to you when you call -
come to you over the grim, dim frontier
of death, and down the well-remembered
path, and to your side again.

And though you call a dozen living
dogs to heel, they shall not growl at
him, nor resent his coming,
for he belongs there.


People may scoff at you, who see
no lightest blade of grass bent by his
footfall, who hear no whimper, people
who may never really have had a dog.

Smile at them, for you shall know
something that is hidden from them,
and which is well worth the knowing.

The one best place to bury a good
dog is in the heart of his master.

By Ben Hur Lampman from the Portland Oregonian Sept. 11, 1925

Stephanie

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