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Memories of Henry
I can't believe it's been almost 2 months already since you went and flew across the Rainbow Bridge. Sorry it has taken so long to post this but I just couldn't seem to write your memorial for you as I knew that doing so would mean I would be accepting the fact that you were no longer here with me. You may be gone from my life but I will never accept the fact that you are gone! I remember sitting at the animal hospital that day thinking you'd be fine and we'd be going home soon so you can be with the other birds who seem'd to know something was wrong when I took you out of your cage and put you into the portable carrier to take you to the vet that morning. Things haven't been right or the same since you passed away. I can't sleep anymore like I used to. I used to come home from work to a house filled with noise everyday, especially when you would hear the garage door open. You'd start to scream and then when I said hi to you, you'd chirp even louder. I remember how excited you got when you'd see me walk into the room where your cage was. I'd always wonder why you were so attached to me and always wanted to be with me. No matter who was in the room, you'd always fly right to me when you saw me. I cant listen to so many songs anymore either without feeling sad and think of you even more than I do already everyday. You'd always sing to the theme's from Star Wars, the tv show Emergency and The Young and the Restless. You loved Poker Face by Lady Gaga, The Final Countdown by Europe, any song by Franki Valli, Ring Of Fire by Johnny Cash, Narco by Timmy Trumpet, Roses For Mama by Red Sovine and Wind Of Change by The Scorpions. I'll never be able to watch The Year Without A Santa Claus again because you loved the Heat Miser song, you loved We Wish You A Merry Christmas and loved singing it too. You also loved those early spring birds when they'd sing outside because you'd soon join in. You loved trying to copy the beeping sound the phone would make when a number was being dialed. And I will never forget the first time I took you to the vet for a check up. Especially when the vet went to examine you and she held you, you ask'd her, "what're you doing dirtbag?" There is no other to help me move on, so forgetting your death will be impossible. I go on and move forward, not because I want to but because I have to. Rest in peace Henry, you'll always be my little music box and I'll never forget the day you flew into my life! May 1, 2012---July 18, 2023
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