It’s funny how things work out

It’s funny how things work out

Tomorrow marks one week since Maggie passed away. I’m not sure if the significance of the day will strike the kids or not but I’m certainly not going to raise their attention to it.

We’ve been preparing for awhile now that Maggie wouldn’t be around forever but we had no idea how soon she would be taken.

When I stumbled across Ruby a few months ago, I had no idea how important that moment would be.

We would have survived Maggie’s passing and eventually moved on, because that’s the way life is. I will say that having Ruby a part of our lives has made the adjustment a little easier, especially for the boys.

She may only be the size of my shoe but she packs a whole lot of love into that tiny package.. ☺ 💙

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Becky Wiren

I’m sure I’ve mentioned that after we lost one of our two cats, we needed THREE cats to get over it! Okay, not really but we now have 4. So it certainly helps to have another creature to love.

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