|"Snow!" enjoys Wolfie.|
In true Bandit fashion, it took her almost a week to get there, and today, she let us know she had arrived by sending us October snow!
|"Wish you were here, Bandit."|
Wolfie has been grieving. The loss of his sister so suddenly has left him with no appetite and bouts of crying as he looks for her in their familiar places. A sign is what not only he needed, but this bereft hum-mom really needed. Then, early this morning, a beautiful, heavy, perfect kind of snow greeted Wolfie and I as we stepped outside. His ears perked as his body filled with excitement--the first signs of joy since she passed--and he began to trot around our snow-covered deck and immediately began eating the pure white fresh snowflakes.
If Bandit were here, she'd be having happy, wild snow zoomies, and I longed to see her running all around our yard. Then, as I looked up to the snowy sky with the white flakes falling all around Wolf and I, I knew she was doing just that...running wild Bandit-style, zooming all around those snowy fields north of the Rainbow Bridge as she reunited with Harley, Gibson, and Chloe. And as she was running, my girl sent us down a message--some of the snow she was kicking up--to us to let us know she had arrived and was doing just fine.
No better sign and gift to give her brother and I than some new fallen snow to help us start to heal our freshly broken hearts. Thank you, Bee. 💙
Thank you all for the thoughtful and heartfelt condolences messages you have been sending for our girl, Bandit. I am reading each of them and it warms my heart to know Bandit and all of my FiveSibes have touched so many lives. This is truly a lovely dog-loving community we are proud to be part of, and your kindness has truly touched us all. I wanted to share today's sign from Bandit with you all, and if you received some snow, too, know it is sent with Siberian Husky love. While I am still taking time to help Wolf adjust to his new normal without his sister, I will be back to blog once again and share Wolf's adventures and memories of all of my FiveSibes. In the meantime, stay safe, be well, and thank you from the bottom of our hearts. ~FiveSibesMom