Remembering the Furry Loved Ones Who Touched Our Lives…

by | Jan 2, 2022

“As I look at this image, I’m reminded of the many awesome animals that have helped me through the journey of my life in many ways, since I was a little kid.

’till this point in my life, I’m going to have to work at finding more joy for whatever I’ve got left in my life, I’ve been very fortunate.

I can’t complain about anything, something greater than me has been good to me, that much I do know!” Theodor H. Sanchez

“The Rainbow Bridge awaits our furry loved ones who never leave our hearts and souls…” Steve Sparks

I have written often this last year about the furry loved ones in our lives who left us too soon. In 2021, Simba, our loving kitty looked up at Judy ‘n I while we were having breakfast one morning and said to us, “mom ‘n pops, it’s time for me to go, I’m sorry. I love you…”

In 2019, we lost, Skai, a most beloved friend, who watched over us for so many years, especially our daughter, Sarah. Here’s the story of Skai, the beach dog…

Writing about our furry loved ones over years has been so healing to me when I need it the most. Crying is good for the soul…

Here’s my page on CFLAT dedicated to the fur babies who touched our lives. I hope you can remember now with me, as we head into our dreams ‘n hopes for 2022.

Remember the love & kindness furry loved ones have shown to us through out the years past. Remember to be loving & kind each & everyday just like them…

Steve & Judy Sparks Children and Families in Life After Trauma (CFLAT)

About the author

Steve Sparks is a retired information technology sales and marketing executive with over 35 years of industry experience, including a Bachelors’ in Management from St. Mary’s College. His creative outlet is as a non-fiction author, writing about his roots as a post-WWII US Navy military child growing up in the 1950s-1960s.
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