Saturday, September 24, 2016

Lexi's Service

A memorial service was held for former mayoral candy date Lexi today.  It was live streamed but is now available on video.  Anyone who has ever loved and lost a pet will be touched by this service.  Even if you did not know Lexi there is a strong message of love for your pet in this service.  Find it HERE.



Murphy & Stanley & Mom

13 comments:

  1. We just watched it...it was such a beautiful service!!

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  2. This was so very beautiful. We watched it to the end.
    love
    tweedles

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  3. That was such a beautiful and touching thing to do. When Barkley died, my brother also terminally ill, so we could not do anything of great remembrance as I had to fly out West to be with him in his last days. Thank you for sharing this.

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  4. So beautifuls! Oh, and I wanted to lets you know MY STUD MUFFIN, that I gots your secret pressie yesterday!!! OMD, I didn't lets Ma see what was in it, cause I just KNOWS she would take it away from me!!!!! she's bein' such a meanie! Anyhu, I gots her back when the vettie tech was tryin' to put my meds in my ear...hehehe
    Anyhu, it's gonna be super DUPER HOT here the next couple of days, so I'm gonna have to bark with you through the window (I'm stayin' in the coooooool AC house! BOL), so listen extra carefully!
    Kisses,
    Your Fiance, the one with the funky ear, butts the FABulous furs, Ruby ♥♥♥
    pees: tell Tick Tack..HEY!!!!

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  5. we watched it together and our tears were running... but it was such a wonderful thought to hold a service for Lexi...

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  6. Hari OM
    RIP Lexi; may all hearts who knew her be eased in her memory. YAM xx

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  7. Mom and I watched it this morning...
    What a beautiful tribute to Lady Lexi...until we meet again sweet friend
    Hugs madi and mom

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  8. I'll have to watch this when I go home. I love that it was live streamed so that everyone could join in paying final respects. I didn't know Lexi but I can tell she was a beloved member of Blogville.

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  9. It truly was a touching and loving memorial for a very special pup. Dear sweet Lexi will be sorely missed.

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  10. Thank you for posting this link for all of us.

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  11. I will try to watch it later. My son, his wife and our grandbaby are moving to the Pacific Northwest today so I am already pretty weepy. Thank you for sharing it though. I want to watch it...tomorrow. ♥

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