On July 14, 2001, we were blessed to have Dorothy come into our lives and where her journey began. She was the sweetest as a puppy full of life and looking for new adventures. During her life as she grew into adulthood, she loved good food, cheese her favorite “no no” treat. She loved Christmas and waiting for Santa each year to pass by our house on the fire truck (we never missed it to the last day). Dorothy loved birthdays even if it wasn’t her own. Dorothy loved presents and she enjoyed playing with her favorite bunny and “duckie” toys. Dorothy had fun going to Myrtle Beach with us each year on summer vacation. Dorothy was affectionate and loving. Anyone who knew her loved her.
Dorothy loved life and lived each day to the fullest. She always looked forward to each day spent with us. Dorothy was no quitter; despite her illnesses, failing eye sight and poor balance she kept on going forward. She lived as long as she did because she never looked back always ahead. Dorothy lived her life as she wanted. And, her life ended as she wanted bravely with eyes wide open. Dorothy was a special soul and she will live on forever in our hearts.
As Dorothy’s journey ends here a new one begins. This time, my little one, you will light the heavens and guide us to you forevermore. May God bless you, rest in peace.
Dorothy is survived by her parents Aida and Alan and grandmother, Edith.