Friday, April 5, 2019

News From The Bee Hive April 3, 2019

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  1. My heart goes out to you Anna! I'm so glad you were ready to share what had happened to Enzo. I just couldn't imagine what went wrong. My Ladycake had a stroke many years ago and it was heartbreaking, and so hard to let her go. Listening to you, I know exactly what you were/are feeling. We love our fur babies so much! Thank you for sharing Enzo's story with us. You are so full of grace, you are amazing Anna! Love all the projects you have in the works! I too am working on buttermilk basin project, although you are much further along than I am!

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    1. The blessing in all this is the love and support from those that have walked the walk....thank you.

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  2. Thank you for sharing your story of Enzo.. almost the exact same crossing over the rainbow bridge story as our dog Lady....as yes I agree that they absolutely let you know it's time. .. ❤

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    1. Animals are amazing creatures that we humans do not give enough credit too...

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  3. Oh Anna, thank you for sharing Enzo's story with us. Our youngest had to make that same decision when they learned that their 9 yr old Boxer had cancer. You just cannot prepare a dog to endure chemotherapy and they too, felt the right decision was to let him go to Fur Baby Heaven. I still remember that day, sitting in my glider chair and crying all afternoon. Though Champ was only a granddog to us, he had won our hearts and earned his place in our family. Still miss him til this day.
    I bought that same light last year at the Maine Quilt show and ended up clamping mine to my cutting table. Love it!! Was like Christmas watching you show us all those goodies you have to do; and if that isn't enough, I shared a link with you earlier about another cross stitch pattern that I thought you might love.
    I couldn't figure out how people get your address to send you a card, so know you and G. are in my thoughts. Bless you both and sending a BIG HUG from Maine where we still have snow.
    HUGS

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    1. I swear we suffer even more when it is our kids suffering! People email me for my address but no need to send a card I know you are sending the love.

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  4. Thank you for sharing Enzo's story. I hope you feel all the love coming your way.

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  5. You have been on my mind over the past weeks. I appreciate that you were ready to share Enzo's story. He was a lucky dog to have people like you and G. Wishing blessings and peace to you both.

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    1. Thank you...I had to work up to it so I would be blubbering through the whole thing...

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  6. Thanks for sharing about Enzo's last days. I had a similar situation with my dog Peaches about 2 years ago. She was 13 and a real sweetheart. I waited a year and got a new puppy, a mini dachshund, named Bailey and he has become the joy of my life. He will never replace Peaches but I know that she would want me to be happy and he has added joy to my life.

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    1. Yes...I think it is like children...no two alike and you wouldn't want it that way.

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  7. What a remarkable dog Enzo was! Thank you for sharing Anna. My dog Grace has a cancerous lump removed last summer, she is eleven years old & I feel very grateful every day that she is with us. Your story touched my heart & I hope that when that day comes for Grace that I will handle it as gracefully as you. I hope that each passing day your pain will subside a bit more. Sending you hugs through the universe:)

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  8. It is the love and support of our friends and family that we travel through these moments in life.

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  9. Thank you for sharing Enzo's story with us. You gave him a great life and he gave you and G the same. My heart goes out to you both. Hugs!

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  10. when I saw this today, I immediately saw Enzo - have a peek.Shabby Fabrics, Back Door Quilts, Spring. Adjusting the rabbit ears to Enzo ears, and changing script, you would have an Enzo Angel over your Beehive. I hope this isn't too presumptuous of me. Love all your postings

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  11. Thank you for sharing what happened to Enzo. After our precious lab passed last year in Feb., I couldn't even look at pics and videos of her for months. They do become like our children. (I do know they aren't human and humans matter more...but we were so in love with her.) Do consider getting another pup in the future. We got another lab and called her a nut case. Then she became 'our' nut case. Now she is our precious little girl. Not the same as Hoppy but just as loved. Blessings to you and G. Patty McDonald

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  12. Your loving story of Enzo's passing was so warm and genuine. Thanks for sharing. You are going to be busy with all your prepping. I know you will enjoy the process. Hugs!

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  13. You are very brave to tell the story of Enzo. I feel like I understand now. It still hurts and I miss him as I know you do. Love seeing him run on the beach at the end of video... Reda Greene from Jonesborough, TN.

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  14. Your story of what happened to Enzo brought me to tears remembering similar circumstances we have had with our beloved dogs. Thank you for sharing what has to be a difficult story. It is particularly hard when you are traveling and have to take a pet to an unfamiliar vet. We have had similar experiences.

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  15. Anna my was heavy as I listened to your report on Enzo. I am a quilter, but when I started to watch you it was because of Enzo! I am such a dog lover and I had to let my girl Lola, go a couple of years ago. She was 14 basset hound that had a tumor on her spleen found through CAT scan anyway, on March 17 my granddaughter’s dog got into some sugar-free gum. Xylitol is deadly to dogs and Remi didn’t make it the vets worked on her for two hours . I look forward to your videos. I am so sorry for your loss, you and G both. Enzo was such a special boy. Love and hugs

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  16. I've been off the grid, unpacking so am just now getting to see you. I'm glad the days are getting a bit easier for you but I'm still amazed that you were able to hold it together so well to share your story with us. Thanks for doing so. I finished unpacking and setting up my sewing room today so I'm gung ho to get going on all those many many many UFOs I have - I think I started more than I finished this winter. C'est la vie. Love all the new projects you're going to be working on.

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