Its been a long and emotional day that started with rain and a flat tire. Thank-you again for your kind thoughts and prayers for Sandy. I had so hoped that the news would have been better for her. Blood work that was done last week, showed significant changes in all the wrong places this week; her blood pressure was so low that the techs had problems drawing blood. An x-ray taken showed a mass in her abdomen the size of a small cantaloupe and she was bleeding internally. The kind thing to do, was to let her go. Carl brought her home and spent the day with her. I was at work hoping for a miracle.
I'd hoped Sandy would be able to enjoy the warmth of the sun on our front porch. I'd hoped she'd be able to enjoy the walks around our property and the chance to lay in the green grass. I'd hoped to be able to take more pictures of her. I'd hoped we'd have more time to get to know one another...But it was what I wanted, and not what was meant to be.
We sat with Sandy as her sweet, quiet soul left this world for the next. This evening after we left the vets office, we saw this rainbow.
God speed Sandy.
Even though we hardly knew you, we won't forget you.