The “William ‘n Ronan” Daily Show

Before I fell in love with “William ‘n Ronan” it was tough to hear the “yap yap yap yap yap yap,” every time I ran into these two love bugs. It took awhile to understand they were happy to see me…

William was always my favorite. He stopped yapping at me first when I came over for a visit. Then, Ronan, stopped yapping too…

I learned later from my friend and neighbor Marcia, that all the yap yap yap was an endearment or expression of love. I never understood that, but now I do, yap yap yap…

They are singing with joy and love for me with a “yap yap yap” and a kiss on the cheek. William always jumped up on the couch to look at me, and say,,”I love you,” with a soft sweet, “yap yap yap” and a kiss on the cheek…

William would sit on my lap and kiss my cheek, as if to say, “please love me even though I yap yap yap.” I kissed him on the cheek and held him close to show him I love him too…yap yap yap…

William and Ronan and mom Kelsey, who walked over the Rainbow Bridge awhile back, are forever my furry friends. I think of them often, especially when I hear “yap yap yap”

With a “yap yap yap” and a kiss on the cheek, I love William and Ronan. I hope they come for a visit with me soon again…yap yap yap…

Steve and Judy Sparks
Children and Families in Life After Trauma

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