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Memories of Honey Kerschner
I will never forget when I was driving Honey would always try to sit in my lap when she was in the front seat. Sometimes she would even put her paw on the window controls causing my windows to go down. I will always remember Christmas with her and how she would open up her presents. When my mom passed away at home, Honey new my mom passed and right after she took her last breath, Honey whimpered and wanted to get up next to my mom. So I placed her on my mom's lap. Honey sniffed my mom's face and laid across her lap. A few minutes later she asked me to put her down on the ground. Whenever I was sad I would turn to Honey holding her and giving her kisses. She always comforted me. I love and miss my Honey. She always smiled. Even during her battle with TCC and having her gallbladder and liver mass removed. She still smiled. It was a hard decision to have her put down but when she couldn't stand anymore or eat I knew it was time. I knew it was time when her tail stopped wagging and became between her legs. I didn't want to let her go but I didn't want to see her suffer. I miss my baby so much. I want her to come back. I want to feel her spirit with me. No matter what she always smiled. I hope that one day I can see her again. I love you so much Honey! Your my baby, my girl and you always will be.


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