That I have built a new nest doesn't mean that I will give up this first nest.
INFO FOR NEW READERS
On the following three posts here below I describe the last part of her life story.
Pipke's Very Last Fight
Pipke's Very Last Journey
The Days After
Once I started this blog with the aim to tell the life and love story of my beloved pet duck Pipke. Unfortunate she died on September 14, 2009. She became 14 years and 3 months old. She was my faithful mate and the best that could happen to me. Under the label “Pipke” you can find all I wrote about her. On my second blog: ”Life Story of a Duck” I started to tell her story from her birth on. If you are interested to read it then click on the link: "Pipke's Life Story"! Hope to see you there!
So, let me check one more time if everything's in order.
Yes -- the flowers are neatly arranged and the decoration is pretty I think.
The champagne stands in the fridge and my best dress hangs already ready to wear it tomorrow to celebrate the “special” event!
Now that this is fixed I'm going to sleep.
I still wish you all a good night and have sweet dreams!
She has fought so brave until the bitter end but she could no more, her passing away was inevitable. If our love could have saved her, she would never have died.
Look at those sweet eyes, how the years are showing.
We were so happy that we could have her among us yet one more Summer.
Actually you had to hold your animal friend in your arms when it was time to put it to sleep to know what it means that someone says: happiness is pets.
Her loss was heartbreaking - but after the initial sorrow I now have her wonderful memories.
I will remember Pipke with great gratitude for being my faithful mate, my best friend my everything.
And now after so much sadness something to cheer up!
I want to end this post with this funny note. LOL.
Isn't it funny, It's really appropriate *for us.
Now I'm going to see Pipke's film pictures. I'm looking now at a sunny day, we are cleaning the pond and Pipke is cheerful and lively. She was in the prime of her life. These were such happy days folks! (I will show these film pictures later in her life story.)
Looking at these images can make me smile again and I'm really looking forward to next Monday, the day that I will reveal my surprice.
You should take into account: English is not my native language and I've learned it through self study. I know it's not at all perfect. Therefore: knowing my shortcomings I always think of the quote Henry Van Dyke wrote: “Use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best". I work on it to achieve a better result. Practice makes perfect!
Please be honest and don't copy things of my blog and paste your name on it. I've worked very hard on it, so it belongs to me. If you want to copy images or contents ask my permission before you use them or at least: mention the source. I deserve it! If you abide yourself to this rule than you can say: I'm honest! That's something to be proud of. Thank you for being honest.