Molly was always the embodiment of gentleness and kindness. She was a friend to all she met. Molly was the most popular dog in our neighborhood because of sweet and gentle nature. I was honored to be her Dad. We spent many hours together taking slow walks. You see Molly was one of those sweet girls who liked to smell the roses. And no one was a stranger to Molly. She would go out of her way to greet anyone she came upon on those peaceful walks we enjoyed together.|
Inspite of all the hours we enjoyed together, and strong connection we shared, Molly always loved to see her Mom, come through the door. Molly loved Loretta, my dear wife, and Molly's Mom. If we were out walking,and she would see her Mom's little sports car come down the street, she would pull on her leash till i released her. so that she could run up to say hello.
Molly loved her treats and it became a routine to receive her small mini treats as soon as she stepped out on the porch as we would begin our walks. And she always received one when she returned. You never noticed when she took a treat from your hand since she was so gentle. Her mouth would literally not even touch your fingers. That gentleness was just an extension of her tender heart.
Mornings were always special to both Molly and i since she would wait in her bed in our bedroom for me to get up and lay down on the floor alongside her. She wanted her morning love. I would pet her for long quality periods in the dark before we would take that first morning walk. I loved that quiet time of endearment that we both shared.
Molly girl, you were such a wonderful friend to Loretta and I. We will miss you dearly and look forward to joining you again at Rainbow Bridge when the Lord brings us home. We love you Sweet Girl.