Four weeks ago today we lost Majesty (we had to put her down), my brother’s beautiful golden retriever. And although she was my brother’s dog, I loved her so much and I still sometimes cry when I think about her. Yesterday was one of those days with my mom and brother and myself.
Since this blog is about things I love, it seems only right that I post about her on here. A lot of these pictures are from her last days with us.
Majesty LOVED her squeaky toys, but her lightbulbs were her absolute favorites! She had 3 of them and almost always had one with her
She always looked so sweet in this position. <3
Majesty had this face a lot! I think it was when she was relaxed and happy that someone was with her
This is at the vet, the day we had her put down. You would have never guessed something was wrong with her or that she was in pain. She was always happy…
I totally loved when her ears were up like that! It made her a million times cuter!!
The people at the vet gave us a bag of dog treats to give her and Jordan fed her a lot! I believe she ate a bag and a half of treats!!
This picture melts my heart. My brother’s face when he was looking at her and petting her was so sweet and I could see how sad he was.
Now let’s look back at the past when she was a little “Butterball puppy”
I love this picture of her! I have it as my wallpaper on my iPod
She looks so cuddly wrapped in that blanket!!!
I used to love watching her eat the peanut butter out of the KONGs!
Jordan always had a little fun with her ears 😀
I loved when he would scrunch her face! He did it all the time and she didn’t even care 😛
This has got to be my favorite picture of Majesty. She is so beautiful and fluffy, her ears are up, and you can see her gorgeous gold eyes so well in this picture!
I miss Majesty so much and will never forget how on the last day, just a little while before they were gonna put her down, she let me hug her. I had never been able to hug her for that long before. I think she knew I was sad and that’s why she allowed it. The only one who could ever hug her was Jordan, so I was really happy that she let me.
I will never forget that day and how much we were hugging and kissing her. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever been through. I still look in the backyard and expect to see her there. And sometimes I think I hear her walking up to the door or in her crate. I pray that I will see her again someday.