Oh my Sandy ~ I am still in shock from last week, after just learning of your unfortunate and most untimely death!
I guess that's why it's taken me so long to write something here, and I'm not sure what to write!
I shall miss your bubbly personality, radiant smile, as well as your precious, beloved Mohawk!
God took you away way too soon Sandy! He knows our days, and our plan so I guess he needed another angel in Heaven, sooner vs. later. I am very sad, as are your other friends are who knew you longer, or better.
I had the privilege of meeting Sandy and Mohawk at our bird club meetings.
I shall miss seeing you, as well as Mohawk.
I'm trying to find out for you Sandy, who has Mohawk to make sure he and all is OK and offer any help with him if ever needed, or to care for him if ever needed...that much is all I guess I can do at this point for you. I know you loved your Mohawk so, and he you. It was so clear every time you visited our bird club with Mohawk. Birds are little angels with wings, and packed with such personalities. I can picture you now smiling away with Mohawk in his little harness on your shoulder.
IF someone knows here, who has Mohawk, please contact me and let me know how he is doing! I am worried about him, and sure he is missing Sandy who so loved and doted over him. Thanks!
I was so surprised one evening when you came to my work, with Elmer Armstrong, who was to entertain for my patients at our candlelight dinner. You were surprised to see me, too. I will never forget how when you saw I was helping one of my residents dance to the music, that you went right over and started to "wheelchair" dance with two of my other patients, who could not stand up themselves. It takes a special kind of person to do that, and especially with someone you never met before. Sandy, you had that special gift in you, too, that you complimented me for that night. Bless your soul Sandy!
I was so shocked to hear of your foot injury and events that came after that. I was glad to have at least talked to you once after you moved, though I so wished you called me back as I asked Sandy! I'm sorry I didn't ask for your number (it came up private!) forgive me. I didn't know all you were going through, but I did keep you in prayer after you told me of your foot/injury, and I did care about you.
I put a prayer request in for you at my Church, Cottonwood, yesterday.
I know you trusted and believed in God for your situation, and I know as well that you are "home" with Him now.
I wish I had more time to spend with you and getting to know you Sandy.
I announced your passing the next day after I heard, at our bird club meeting, and the members are in shock, too.
Some of us are planning to come up to see you, and pay our final respects.
I still can't believe this all as I am writing this. It's hard to grasp this all right now, still.
I know you are smiling up there in Heaven Sandy, just know you were cared for here on Earth and I think of you every time my 2 cockatiels are signing. I picture you and your smiling face, and your sweet Mohawk on your shoulder.
I'm also trying to find someone who has a picture with you and your Mohawk, as it should be put up on this page, as he was such a special part of your life.
Rest in Peace my friend, be happy and do well doing God's work in Heaven now.
Godspeed Sandy, until we meetup again in Heaven.