7/9/2007 - 6/1/2020Blue, you came into our lives seven years ago and have changed our lives forever. Even though some would say we rescued you, I would say that we rescued each other. I met you when I was in eighth grade, and you were with me every step of the way as I've grown into a college student. Even as you got older, even as walking got tougher, even as moving became a challenge, you still kept up your bright spirit that made everyone around you fall in love. You taught me that there is strength in peace, quiet and resilience, and that the best comfort for anyone is to just be there for them. I will miss kissing the top of your soft head every time I left, seeing you wait by the door every time I came back, and even finding your hair in literally every crevice of the house. Yesterday was the hardest day of my life thus far, but I am comforted by the sentiment that "grief is just love with no place to go." And I really, really loved you. I still do. I always will. I hope you know that-but of course you did. You showed it in every action you took, when you would love comfort me when I cry or whenever I'm feeling down. I wish you were here to do that now, but I am comforted that you are in a better place now. I can't wait to see you again. You always used to run in your dreams, and I hope you are having fun running free now. I love and miss you more than you can imagine.Abby and Billy BassOrlando, FloridaJune 3, 2020
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What a beautifully written memorial. The chapter that you shared with Blue will always be a precious part of your story. πŸ’œπŸŒˆDr. Stacy Blake - June 3, 2020

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