Saturday, January 9, 2010

MAX MEMORIES

I dont understand, but mommy said the hoomans would. Now, I remember Max this way. But...

Mommy say's this is Max too. For awhile she would cry everytime she looked at this. She said Max was in there. I don't think he can fit into that little box?

Mommy said a little part of Max was here too. Now, I just know mommy is getting a little crazy, because Max was WAY too big to be part of this!But I knew for sure when she told me Max was here too. "Mommy, that is a TREE!. I think you need to get your eye's checked!"
Note from mommy: Max is still missed greatly. I am so thankful my heart finally healed. I can look at his pictures without crying. Procrastinating long enough, we finally spread his ashes through out the yard and at the special place in the park we went to every day while he was sick. Some of his ashes were also mixed with the cememt for the memory stone, so it can go with us, if we ever leave this house.
Rest in Peace Max! We miss you!
Daddy, Mommy and sissy The Princess!

9 comments:

doyle and mollie said...

woah that is such a lovely post and how cool doing a memory stone we will remember that...

brooke said...

oh max. such a handsome boy. i love the idea of the memory stone and spreading his ashes in his favorite places. he'll always be with you.

Mango said...

Max! We all miss you, but you are still with us in our hearts.

Slobbers,
Mango

Kasha The Dainty Great Dane said...

What a lovely tribute to your brother Max. I know my mom feels the same way about my step brother that left us on Dec. 15th..mom can't believe it's approaching one month already that he's been gone. I'm sure that Max and Bootsie are playing together with each other over the bridge. Bootsie loved everyone, he wasn't like me anti dog. Mom says that was a great idea with the memory stone.

AARF Kasha the Dainty Great Dane

iheartsnark said...

That's a lovely way to remember him. He's never really gone as long as you keep him in your heart.

Amber and Nala said...

What sweet ways to keep Max there with you.

Amber & Nala

The Thundering Herd said...

Perfect ways to remember poor Max. We still think fondly - and get misty eyes - over the members of The Herd before the current Herd.

My Sons Mum said...

im so sorry for youre loss xx

Honey the Great Dane said...

I totally understand. And you seem to be doing amazingly - much better than me! I still can't look at some pictures of our cat, Lemon, without welling up...and she died almost a year ago now!

What wonderful ways to remember Max by - I especially like the heart embedded with bits of Max's things.

We have Lemon in a little box too - and we keep thinking that we should plant a lemon tree in her memory but unfortunately, we'll be moving for the next 3yrs and not in our own home for a while...

Hsin-Yi
ps. am pleased you enjoyed my silly video with Honey!