Rest In Peace Pablo

It’s with great sorrow that José, Lucky and I bade farewell to our dearest Pablo on 31 January morning. He would have been 12 on 18 February. We know that he led a full and happy life and for that we are grateful. Rest in peace Pablo, our sweet boy!

Taken on 17 February 2019 – a day before his 10th birthday

Rest In Peace Pablo

As much as we know that he is beyond suffering now, we cannot but be sad at his passing. He was such an integral part of our daily lives. As José said, there’s a hole in our lives! Yes, there’s a Pablo-shaped hole in our lives and one that can never be filled. We’ll eventually stop grieving as we are now, but we’ll never stop remembering and loving him.

I have so much to write about this special dog, but I can’t see the screen for my tears. In the coming days, I’ll be writing about him and using this space to create something positive to honour the memory of our lovely boy!

Rest in peace, champ! And thank you for everything you were to us. ♥

14 thoughts on “Rest In Peace Pablo

  1. Hugs to you Corinne. I cannot imagine how you feel. I have always wondered how pet owners get over something painful like this. This space for honoring him is a wonderful gesture.

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    1. Jyothi, I’ve lost pets before in our larger family. But it’s been different with Pablo – he’s been such a part of our lives – been with us 12 of our 14 years of our marriage. Thank you for your support.

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  2. Hugs, dear Corinne! I can imagine the pain you’re going through right now. Your decision to preserve those cherished memories with Pablo tells me what a special bond you and Jose shared with him. Time is a great healer, Corinne. Stay strong. I’ll look forward to reading more about Pablo in the coming days.
    Take care, Corinne.

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  3. Honestly, I was dreading to visit this post. I knew this post would break my heart. I have lost many pets and trust me they hurt me so bad that even after so many years if I see their photos, my eyes well up. Pets give us unconditional love and it is heartbreaking to lose them.

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