You sound like a very positive, strong woman-My heart goes out to you-- As a family man I know nothing is stronger than Family--LOVE IS REAL....NOT FADE AWAY P.S. Have fun at the shows...I know he would want you to :-) Love,George&Family
May the clear light inside guide you on your journey home;)
To my little angel, I rescued you from the shelter just days before death, we traveled many miles and shared many journeys, you were the best rider I ever had. I hope you had a wonderful time in the mountains with the Family, even though I had to go not a day went by that I didn;t think of you. See you on the other side my 4 legged friend.
after reading of yer loss i said an extra prayer at mornin' mass, bobbalee. it's as hard losing a pet as it is family.....hell, they ARE family.....go ahead and dance, man....little fella prolly watchin' ya. suzi q...........if ya close yer eyes at the show and think real hard...i'm sure yer dancin' bear will be right next to you.
Sorry to hear about Barney,our pets are such good friends. Don't know if I'd have made it this far without my dog, God bless you and Barney.
I'm very sorry to hear about your friend Barney. It sounds like Barney had a great life. Yes, it was too short - but we should all be so lucky to have a friendship like the one you shared. I hope you dance again soon - as I'm sure Barney would want you to. Here's to Barney!
I am so sorry for your loss. As mom to two old and very loved dogs, I can only imagine how awful it is to lose one so young and so suddenly. May you and Barney meet again at the Bridge.
I posted this early today it disappeared after some people were nice enough to offer condolences.
Barney was a 2 year old Scottish Terrier who died this morning. Up until yesterday he was a very happy and sweet dog.He was always wagging his tail and believe it or not he loved the Grateful Dead.When I put on the 70's shows with Bertha, Sugar and Scarlett I would get up and dance, Barney as a puppy would stand on 2 legs I would grab his front paws and we would dance. We did this at least a few times a week. He was very understanding of the two cats we have and put up with a lot from them. At Halloween he would very proudly wear a ridiculous pumpkin costume and walk around the block with my kids and me.
He died today from what appears to be an anuerism. We have received dozens of phone calls and visits from friends. He was a great dog and was the first person I spoke to in the morning and the last person I said goodnight to. This afternoon I got the new Terrapin CD and Bertha opened but I just didn't fell like dancing. Maybe in a few days.
We love you Barney,
And the road goes on forever....
Someone told me blind dave died last year.
I used to see him in Chicagoland in the 80's. I even toured with him way back around Ohio and Mich.
Anyway, Peace be upon him.
The first family who introduced me to the grateful dead lived in west akron (Kalli, Florida Girl, SKY) now just going to shows you always meet new ones
Thank you for those memories. See ya in Phili. Stay kind
Hey, Pete, coming home just now and read your message. It's funny that you mentioned the boys playing some of my husband's favorites. Listening to Bertha on my way to work this morning made me think of the same thing. Every song played during spring tour will have a memory attached.
Listening for the secret, searching for the sound
As always, SuzieQ