Thursday, July 26, 2012


Mom had meatloaf for dindin last night and the night before and she shared some of it with us.
We need to tell you the story~
You all know that angel Maggie had kidney disease and for 2 years before she went to Rainbow Bridge she ate hooman food and ground beef was on her menu more than any other meat.
After she passed, mom couldn't bring herself to throw away Maggie's beef so it sat in our freezer.
She thawed it out and made a huge meatloaf!  Mom loves meatloaf and dad, well, not so much, so it was the perfect time to honor Maggie and to cook her beef. 
 Molly liked it~
 And so did I!  Mom says it's actually the best meatloaf she's ever made!
Saturday will be 6 months since our sissy left us.   Where does the time go?  It sure doesn't seem like it's been that long already.
We will be eating meatloaf for a couple more days, Maggie, and we will think of you with each and every bite!

We love you and miss you~

Mitch and Molly


Mango said...

A most excellent way to honor the beautiful Maggie.

I hope your dad is kicking butt at the olympics!

Mango said...

Meatloaf sounds good, Maggie had good taste.

Eileen said...

That's a beautiful verse. I hope Maggie found my Amber, she had been there for just two weeks then. Yes the six months have gone very quickly.

Molly The Wally said...

Lovely way to pay tribute to dear Maggie. Happy meatloaf day to you.
Best wishes Molly

Princess Patches said...

What a great way to honor Maggie! Mmmmmmmm! Meatloaf! It's even better a couple days after it's made!

Patches, Ezzy and Jagger

Helen said...

That's a very lovely poem, brought tears to my eyes. It was two years this past May since I lost my Ceilidh; it still hurts some times.

violett said...

Maggie has just seen, from her cloud up there. She is happy that it all tastes. Molly is a pretty mouse. The real bride for Gianni.

Lots of love

Fred said...

Mr. Jason and I agree that meatloaf is AMAZING! And Old Girl never makes it. Boo.
Such a nice way to celebrate Maggie!

Sam said...

We think of her too, quite a bit. Enjoy the meatloaf and all the memories it is bringing back!


Remington said...

Miss Maggie will NEVER be forgotten....

Finn said...

That's such a beautiful poem. Can't believe it has been six months either. Glad the meatloaf was delicious!

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

That is a grrrreat way to remember Maggie.

Anonymous said...

What a nice tribute! It's sad, but Miss Maggie is watching over all.

Arooo, Stuart

Mollie said...

Wow some meatloaf!! Your eye's looks like they gonna pop out ya head Molly.. BOL :) It was a lovely way to remembers Maggie.
Hugs Mollie x

Sam said...

Hi S, we recently "noted" my angel Uncle Max's passing 8 years ago. My peeps always turn the porch light on at dusk and then off the next morning each year. So we understand.

Mr. Pip said...

What a lovely way to honor your sweet girl.

Your pal, Pip

P.S.: I'd be happy to help you with the meatloaf ...looks yummy.

The Army of Four said...

It just doesn't seem like 6 months.
Please lick your mom on the nose for me.
Love the meatloaf idea!
Play bows,

SissySees said...

My boys have been gone a few years, and I still mist up some mornings when I tell then to watch over the girls...

Ruby said...

Oh, what a great way to honor Sweet Maggie Mae. Molly sure is following in her pawsteps. Maggie is smiling and waggin' from above.



♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

You have all of us start to drool over that delicious meatloaf. We bet Maggie is smiling down and happy to see you all enjoying something she loved too.

Hard to believe it has already been that long:(

Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

Sweet William The Scot said...

Oh that meatloaf looks terrific. Lee only eats meat maybe one day in ten. But after seeing the wonderful meatloaf she said she was going to fix us one. Now thanks to Maggie I will get to taste meatloaf. Time can seem like an eternity, but in other ways it seems so short.
Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot

Niamh said...

Bet it was delish! We miss Maggie. She was a great blog friend and such a lady.

Your friends,
Niamh & Ambrose

Two French Bulldogs said...

aaahhh, what a great it was extra yummy
Benny & Lily

Keisha said...

That was vurry good of u. :)

scotsmad said...

A Maggie Meatloaf....sounds delicious. Enjoy.

XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

parlance said...

It's lovely that Maggie could be in your thoughts as you enjoyed good food together.

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful tribute to a special girl!


Anonymous said...

That is just the very much Most Perfect way to remember sweet Maggie! I bet she was all sorts of happy to know that's what your mom did. I hope when it's my turn to go to the Bridge, my mom and dad will eat lotsa cheese.

Wiggles & Wags,

Asta said...

Mommi's eyes leaked as she wead this to me,
Maggie will always be pawt of all of us. She touched ouw heawt too and I know I will see hew again someday
What a bootiful twiboote to yoow speshul Giwl
Huwwah fow meatloaf
Smoochie kisses
Asta and Mommi

animal lover, quilt lover said...

It was a wonderful way of honoring Angle Maggie!!! It looked really Good!!!

Teddy Bear said...

What a beautiful way to celebrate Maggie. We love the poem and know that Maggie is smiling from the Rainbow Bridge.

Teddy Bear & Sierra

Matilda said...

Hi Mitch and Molly!
The meatloaf looks so yummy,
it is a great way to remember Maggie.

Koobuss said...

What a great idea and a wonderful way to use Maggie's meat! It's hard to believe that it's six months already.

Enjoy every bite as you think of her.

Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses,