It's been more than a month since we had to put our beloved Charlie Girl to sleep due to her cancer. I'm still seeing her everywhere. My DH says he still "sees" her walking thru the house at times too. My heart aches every time I think of her. We found this poem online the day she passed. It has helped us to know that she's in a better, pain-free place. It was signed anonymous. I know it must be different Now that I'm no longer there I realize how much I was loved And how all of you did care I know it will be hard at first When you look around for me Expecting to find me in my bed Or beside my favorite tree Someday you'll begin to see Although it'll take some time The happy times you shared with me The memories are yours and mine I'll remember you, my friends And how much you meant to me So please don't grieve And don't be sad It was just my time to leave I got into our photo files this morning to get out three pics of Charlie to send to chickenzoo. She's making us memorial decals for our vehicles. I thought I'd share the pics with y'all. I believe I've posted the one before. These were taking when Charlie was still in the best of health and I'm so glad to have them. Thanks for looking.