Suki Franks's Rainbow Bridge Guest Book

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From: Monica Muench
On: 8/29/21
Oh, Christina, I came here today to pay a visit on Suki's anniversary and I find myself in tears reading your latest entry. I signed Suki's guestbook years ago and you replied 5 years ago. I want you to know that you are NOT alone, that you are NOT unloved or unwanted..not by your creator, and that there are people out here (like me) that you may not know personally, but who understand and wish to reach out and offer some emotional support. Please, reach out anytime. My email address is Since we last communicated, I lost my other dog (at that time), Jasmine in Dec 2017. And two months ago, on June 30th, I had to say goodbye to Indy (another dog). For the first time in so many years, I am without a pet and the loneliness hangs heavy. Know that you are in my prayers.
From: Per Andersson
On: 2/13/21
Big hugs to you Christina , i have read every word you write , and many tears have drop from my eays then i have read all things about you and Suki . Hugs Per
From: Monica M.
On: 8/29/17
Suki, I came by to post a note today on your anniversary. Please let your mom know she's in my thoughts and prayers today.
From: Monica M.
On: 9/2/13
Christina, I read everything you wrote and my heart (and eyes) cried for you. While I don’t know you, I do understand and sympathize with how you feel. You have a special talent for writing so that the reader comes away feeling like they know you at least a little from what you have written. I can tell that you are a woman of deep faith, you are forgiving and have a very kind and compassionate heart. I’m so sorry you’ve had to endure all these heartaches and trials with your family and your health. I’m so sad that you feel so alone. While I myself am not confined to my bed, I do know what it feels like to feel alone and isolated. This world can be such a cold place. I’ve found that one can be surrounded by people and still feel so utterly alone. I have felt it myself. I’m very sorry for your deep loss(es). You and Suki were so blessed to have had each other. It hurts so much to lose them. Your words have deeply touched me. May God bless you!
From: R0BERT
On: 8/28/12
On: 8/30/11
From: Pam
On: 5/17/09
Chrisitina, I know what you are going through without your precious Suki. The times I was at Poppa's and Grandmomma's, you were involved Suki, with KoKo, Nikki and ChoCho in playing the treat game. Each 1 would go to the paper (excuding Nikki)and do #1 and Poppa would give each 1 a treat. Then ya'll would go back 1 at a time and do #2, treats again. Nikki went out, but ya'll still got treats when she came back. Yes, we knew sometimes 1 would go and walk in cirlces on the paper and Poppa fell for it. treats again. You know I am a full believer that if you look God is there. I have seen Mandi change and act just like ChoCho when I am so sick or crying and Paul came to me and said the same thing. Maybe you are looking in the wrong place for your Suki, Lolli could be a part. I know my Keisie has Suki in her arms right now, giving her that little special kiss and to all our babies. We love you Suki and your momma, she will join you when her job is complete here. Big Hugs, Aunt Pam
From: jupiter51 (samm)
On: 12/17/08
She was lucky to have a mummy like you who treasured and valued and loved her. She was and is precious.
From: Susan Harrill
On: 12/6/08
I am so sorry to hear about your recent loss of Suki. Please find comfort in knowing that Suki is now at Rainbows Bridge and making lots of friends. Saying goodbye is never easy. I also lost my precious cat Spooky July 30th 2001 after 16 wonderful years with her. I am sure that Suki and Spooky have become good friends. You can visit with Spooky at: Take Care, Susan
From: Elizabeth
On: 9/28/08
To Suki - Thank you for all of the love you shared with me whenever I came to visit you and Christina. You have been a wonderful companion and I know that your joyful energy will always be remembered. Please say hello to my Jhulie. She is a black and white Lhasa Apso, so she should be easy to find. I know you two will be good friends from now on. To Christina - No words can describe the loss of a beloved friend like Suki. She was very blessed to have you in her life. I know you will keep your memories of her safe in your heart, because no one can ever take those away from you. Words of sympathy seem inadequate, but I sincerely hope you find peace and comfort over time. Thank you again for sharing Suki with your friends and family. We all cared for her and will miss her tremendously.
From: Ashleigh Curtis
On: 9/16/08
I am very sorry you lost your true friend. I will pray for you, asking that you can find some closure and peace. Without those things closest to our heart, life is meaningless. Some baby out there will always need you, so find a new baby and fill your heart again with new memories while always remembering the past. I'm sure Suki's life was the best imaginable, and the next 'brother' or 'sister' will be just as blessed to have found you. All of your family is blessed, also, to have you in their lives. Love, Ashleigh
From: Olive's MeowMa - Wanda
On: 9/14/08
Sweet little Suki-such a beautiful and special girl. I don't know who was luckier, you or your momma. Now that your time here on Earth has peacefully faded away and you are now in your new home called Heaven, I hope you are happy with all your new friends. Those you left behind feel an emptiness beyond words and I know you are lonely too. When you feel sad, just look at the rainbow. You will see wonderful memories left their by your momma, just for you. She has cried a million tears to make it the most beautiful thing you have ever seen. And when you are ready, let her know you are doing ok, she desperately needs to find that peace in her heart that will somehow make it strangely better. She misses you so. Take care sweet little one, you look beautiful in your new angel wings. Christina- although Suki is gone, her soul and essence are all around you - look with your heart.You will hear her in every song, you will see her in every butterfly. God's magic has made that possible.
From: Kimberly Copanas
On: 9/11/08
I've been thinking of you daily since we last spoke and wish for you peace joined with your grief.
From: Suki's Grandmommy & Poppa
On: 9/7/08
Suki was the luckiest baby in the world because she had Christina for her mommy. Christina was the luckiest mommy in the world because she had Suki for her baby. Our precious little grandpuppy was always a pleasure to be with. We will always miss her. She was a little charmer with those big eyes and sweet little face. Christina, you were such a good mommy, teacher and nurse to Suki. The two of you shared a special bond and companionship. I hope you can turn your tears to smiles when you remember how she made you happy during times when you were sad, sick, or lonely. She would shower you with kisses and more kisses. Christina, we are so proud of your braveness to make the decision to end her illness when you saw that she was not able to get well and live a normal life on this earth. God bless you.
From: Nancy
On: 9/6/08
Little angel Suki you were so loved by your mommy. How special you were in her eyes. When you made the crossing her heart broke. It was your time, her heart was not ready. Someday you both will meet again, and such a joyous day that will be. Your spirit will always be alive in her heart because you have left so many wonderful memories alive in her soul. The unconditional love you gave her will bless her for a long time. God Bless you little Suki, and God will watch over mommy Christina. Love Nancy-Commander Bun Bun's Mommy-
From: Pat Lively
On: 9/6/08
My deepest sympathies to you on your loss. I do know what it is like to lose a loved one, whether Human or one of our special, furry babies. Having lost quite a few of my own and doing dog rescue, it is never easy. From my house of 8 furr babies, to yours, we wish you the best. If you ever need to write please do so. I will be there for you. They never leave us, we just don't see them any more. Their spirit lives on.
From: Paula(Cole,Aker,Ursa,Mandy,Lady Wendy,Buckys mom)
On: 9/5/08
Welcome to the bridge Suki are you today? Your mommy is heartbroken. She needs to know that all of her precious fur Angels DID meet you when you left for the bridge. They would never let you go alone. And you are going to make many more friends. You get to chase bunnies, birds, lizards...and take long naps in the sun. Isn't that great? Make sure you send your mommy some smooches so she knows you are OK. Now go play & have fun. To are in our thoughts. Hold your memories close to your heart until you meet again.
From: Debra
On: 9/5/08
Suki, I did not know you, but I do know Christina. She cared for you and did the very best she could to see to it that your needs were always met. She misses you terribly. Christina, I have seen you happy and sad. I know that this is a very difficult time for you because I had my friend,"Sandy" for 17 years and I know how it feels to lose your best friend. You feel like you are lost and all alone. You are not alone; there are a lot of people who care about you. Others have experienced this very same thing. No one can erase the fond memories that you have and no one can tell you how to grieve. Do what is best for you, but just remember that you are not alone. I will continue to think about you and keep you in my prayers. You know how to reach me if you need me. I know it doesn't seem like it right now, but this will get better. Hold your head high and be thankful that you had the joy of such a wonderful pet. One of these days all of this will only be SWEET MEMORIES!
From: Dusty's mom
On: 9/5/08
To precious Suki, a new angel at the Rainbow ... I can just see you now with your new angel wings, floating on the clouds watching over Christina back here. And I just know by now you've had a chance to look around for the coziest & softest places to take your sunshine filled Rainbow-colored doggie naps, haven't you... And each time you look up and see that wondrously magical Rainbow, may you know that your mommy has actually helped make it shine a little brighter. How? With her tears, sweet baby. Each love-drop filled tear here that has trickled down her cheeks has mixed with the sunshine there at your new home, and your Rainbow shines even brighter for you... An old Indian proverb: "The Soul would have no Rainbow if the Eyes had No Tears" says it best... You now find rest in the Arms of the Angels...what more could Christina have ever wished for you? What more could she have ever wished....from Dusty's mom
From: Shayna Girl's mommy, Lisa
On: 9/4/08
Suki, What a gorgeous baby you were, always so loyal and loving to your mommy. You taught and gave her so much that she now knows the true meaning of unconditional love. She misses you so and longs for the day to be able to hold you and to look into your eyes again. I know that you too are so very grateful for all of the love and care in which she provided you. I am certain that you don't want her to be sad for too long, but instead, be happy. For, you are happy, content, at peace and have been surrounded by so many others who also love and adore you, including my Shayna Girl. Watch over each other, sweet baby and always remember that we will all be together again one day. Christina, I extend my deepest condolences to you for the loss of Suki. I know just how painful it is to have lost your angel, for, I too, lost mine. Please visit my Shayna Girl at: My thoughts and prayers are with you. Until we are with our babies again.

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