Monday, April 23, 2012

Animal Communicator

Last month I emailed an Animal Communicator named, Jill Cornwell.  She told me a lot of things about Montana.  Somewhat gave me peace knowing he was ok and with me all the time.

This is what she sent me:

Hi Beth!
Montana is so funny, I first asked him how old he was and he said 13, 9, old enough. (a little a.d.d)? :) I asked him why you would have perceived him to be so stubborn and he said that "sometimes she just didn't make any sense". I think if he didn't see the value in what you were asking then it didn't really have any meaning in it for him. "Which was most of the time" (his words). He said that you fussed over him quite a lot and that he knows you did everything you could, his care was everything and then some. He liked things simple and says that he got more care than was needed but loves you for it. He knows that you loved him very, very much. He says that he loved you too and that you spoiled him with lots of toys and treats and a big puffy bed but he said he would have loved you just as much if he lived with you in a shack with a dirt floor. He is healthy and happy and spends some of his time running through green fields with his tongue hanging out and spends some of his time following you around, with his tongue hanging out of the right side of his mouth. For whatever reason he wanted me to be sure to put that in there (the part about his tongue hanging out of the right side of his mouth). He sits with you when you cry and he puts his paw on your leg to let you know he is still there with you. He says that you can feel him there with you, don't brush it off as just your imagination. He is not in any pain any more, he was but didn't want you to know because you worry too much and he said he could handle it. He thought you were a very good mom and when he is ready he will return to you in a new body. The universe will arrange things perfectly, don't wonder how or when, just let the universe do it's magic, you won't miss each other. He said that his leaving his first family was divinely orchestrated that it was just time for him to leave his first family and to be with you. You were not ready yet for him if he had shown up in your life earlier than he did.
And he says "oh yes! He loved his name" It was big like his personality. I asked him if there was anything else he wanted me to say and he told me that he used to love rolling on his back and rubbing his face in the carpet and getting up and shaking hair all over your living room and then stand there smiling at you; with his tongue hanging out. :)
I hope this helps you, Beth, he is still with you and if you don't discount it as your imagination you will feel him and even possibly see him with you. He purposefully left you reminders so you would smile and think of him.
God bless,

I Miss You Montana

I miss you so much, Montana.  I was so depressed this past weekend.  I know it didn't help with the cold and rainy weather.  Even after 7 mos, almost 8 mos., I can't believe you are gone.  If only I had more time with you.  I found this poem on Facebook and I thought it was appropriate.  I love you so much, Montana!

God promised at the birth of time,
A special friend to give,
His time on earth is short, he said,
So love him while he lives.

It may be six or seven years,
Or twelve or then sixteen,
But will you, till I call him back,
Take care of him for me?

A wagging tail and cold wet nose,
And silken velvet ears,
A heart as big as all outdoors,
To love you through the years.

His puppy ways will gladden you,
And antics bring a smile,
As guardian or friend he will,
Be loyal all the while.

He'll bring his charms to grace your life,
And though his stay be brief,
When he's gone the memories,
Are solace for your grief.

I cannot promise he will stay,
Since all from earth return,
But lessons only a dog can teach,
I want you each to learn.

Whatever love you give to him,
Returns in triple measure,
Follow his lead and gain a life,
Brim full of simple pleasure.

Enjoy each day as it comes,
Allow your heart to guide,
Be loyal and steadfast in love,
As the dog there by your side.

Now will you give him all your love,
Nor think the labor vain,
Nor hate me when I come to call,
To take him back again?

I fancy each of us would say,
"Dear Lord, thy will be done,
For all the joy this dog shall bring,
The risk of grief we'll run.

"We'll shelter him with tenderness,
We'll love him while we may,
And for the happiness we've known,
Forever grateful stay.

"But shall the angels call for him,
Much sooner than we've planned,
We'll brave the bitter grief that comes,
And try to understand."