For an adventurer at heart,
her journey begins,
free to explore,
and play among the stars.
When the time comes,
she will seek,
her special place,
and watch over us.
October 8, 2004 – February 20, 2017
To our sweet, beautiful girl, it was our privilege to have you as a member of our pack. Love you forever and always. Only love so pure and deep can cause so much pain with loss.
Run, explore and play, cancer free.
27 thoughts on “~Her Journey Begins”
So sad for you and Howard… Kloudy was such a love. Know your hurt and send heartfelt wishes to you both. You are in my thoughts always.
Hello Anne Marie, thank you so much for your kind words. Over the years you were able to visit with Kloudy and Skye. Hope you are loving where you are, think of you as well, always. Love and hugs!
Sheila, I am so sorry you lost a dear friend. We lost our 15 year old last year. He told us it was time and he was done. Happy memories will go with you forever. Mary Lou Gallup
Mary Lou, so sorry to hear that you have lost your four-legged friend. Wow, fifteen, how fortunate to have in your life for so long. Hoping to see you again one of these days!
So sorry for the loss of your dear friend. Sending you and Howard the best.
Annie, thanks so much!
Truer words never written; she is cancer free now and will be in all our hearts forever! She’s going to meet a friend, Neve, and they will roam the heavens together.
Thanks for your and Larry’s love and thoughts during this time. Love and hugs!
My heart aches for you- I am so sorry. What a beauty- they live their imprint on our hearts forever ❤
Thank you! They sure do, don’t they. She will be held in our hearts forever.
Sheila, so sorry for the loss your beloved Kloudy. What a beautiful dog.
All my best to you and Howard. Julie Hegg
Hey Julie! So very nice to hear from you; hope you are doing well. We were scheduled at Catalina State Park this past December, but had to cancel. I believe we will head that way this November/December. Hope to see you Julie! Thank you for your kind thoughts!
Sheila & Howard ~ I am so sorry for the loss of Miss Kloudy. She was/is a beautiful girl and is now meeting many doggie friends in heaven…..
…..until you see her again. Know she is now well. With Love ~ Gale
Sheila, I am so very sorry to read this. I met the four of you at Lake Louisa a couple of years ago, and I well remember what a stunning dog she was. I know this pain and sorrow, and I am so sorry for you, Howard, and Skye. Take care, and know she will always be with you.
Hi Pat. I can still see you riding around Lake Louisa on your motorbike! It was a pleasure meeting you. I hope all you doggies are doing well. Are you still full-timing? We stay at Lake Louisa often and enjoy the park very much. Thank you for responding, I appreciate your kind words so much.
My sincerest condolences! It’s never easy losing one of our fur kids 😪
Hi Ingrid! Always nice to hear from you. Hoping you are doing well and enjoying life! Thank you so much; you are right, it is never easy.
Sheila, we are sorry for your loss. Your journey this last year or so has been so heart felt. May your memories be good ones.
Arlene and Moe
Thank you guys! It has been a long journey, two years. Just sad cancer seems to win most of the time. Can’t wait to see you guys and play lots of Pickleball! Again, safe travels home!
I will see you on the rainbow. (at 4pm) I am so sorry. Ms. Kouldody is loved and forever remembered.
Yep, the magic hour. Time to eat!! HeeHee! She was loved and will continue to be forever in our hearts.
Sheila, I am so sorry to hear this. Sending my condolences and keeping you in my thoughts.
Hi Beth! Thank you so much. I appreciate your kind thoughts. Hope you are enjoying your “State Series”! Where/when will you be traveling again?
When I started the state series I had no idea how much time it would take for each state! I’m really enjoying going through our old photos and slides. It’s brought back some really good memories. So far we only have a short RV trip planned this spring.
I am so sorry to read about Kloud. Prayers !
Hi Gay! Wonderful to hear from you. I know you understand about losing a best four-legged friend. Hope you and Joe are doing well and having fun!
It has taken me awhile to be able to respond to your lovely comments. I appreciate each and every one.