Well, if she wasn’t one before we choose to believe that she is one now. Our naughty but ever so loved Angel was laid to rest tonight. She is snug in her grave with her blankie, one short little note from Sarah and one long letter from Valorie. Chadwin chose to keep the Christmas gift he had bought for her and give it to a friend’s dog.
It was a sad day.
Lots of tears.
Angel: We will forever remember you. How could we forget one with such extreme personality? You scratched my windows and made them dirty. You tore my screen door. You chewed to pieces Chadwin’s football. ( actually we were on the third one I believe) You peed in the garage sometimes. ( I hated that) You tore one of my bed sheets off the line and made big holes in it. And yet…we loved you. Because we knew that the more love you got the better you behaved. We came to accept you just like you were.
BEAUTIFUL in our eyes!
We will miss you terribly!!
You brought so much laughter to us!
Chadwin wants to dream tonight that you will come alive. And then he wants his dream to come true.
You were constantly at our side.
Angel was killed at 11:30 on 12/22/11 She was crossing the forbidden road when a vehicle came. The driver did all he could to stop in time but it was to late. We believe she was killed instantly. Another car stopped and it’s driver ran to the door to tell the news. I opened the front door and there she was straight in front of me laying in the road with a puddle of blood. I quickly closed the door before the lady could say much of anything because of the kids…of course they came running and looked right out the front window and saw all. It was not a pretty moment! Elvin went out immediately. After some time the kids and I went out as well. We got a chance to talk with the killer. He was devastated! Especially after seeing Sarah come running, bend over to stroke her ears and sob. We wished him a Merry Christmas and comforted him as best we could. We carried dear Angel to the back of house and covered her with a blanket. Today, Instead of Angel it was I who greeted Valorie off the bus. It was not a pleasant meeting.