Monday, June 15, 2009

Aunt Kim - May 6, 1971 - June 8, 2009

Hello to all my wonderful blogging friends,
Thank you for your prayers and kind words during this very sad time. Aunt Kim was only 38. She passed on June 8, 2009. She struggled the past few years with addiction and unfortunately lost the battle. It was a very difficult thing for our family to watch and a very helpless feeling to have a loved one with a severe addiction problem that we could not help her control. We pray that Aunt Kim has finally found peace. RIP Aunt Kim.
Loves from pugs,
Rosie Marie

I will return tomorrow with my usual happy pug stories. :)

10 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Tank woo fur the update -

My mom and I are sorry fur the loss -

We hope she does find the peace she khouldn't - addikhtions are never easy -

And no matter how much we want to help, ultimately it is the choice of those affekhted -

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Paco....Milo and mom..Simona said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh sweet Rosie...
thanks for the update...
we are sooooo sad for you and your family.....
we hope Aunt Kim could find the peace she haven't had in her life!!!!!
She was sooooo young!!!!
We'll keep her in our prayers furever....
sweet kisses dear Kim....run free now!!!!!!!!
Lots of love and kisses

Martha Basset said...

Oh Rosie, we are so sorry - Aunt Kim was far too young to go!
Addiction is a dreadfully hard thing to beat - we know you will all have tried so hard as a family to help.
We hope your Aunt Kim is finally able to rest in peace.
love
Martha & Bailey xxx

Salinger The Pug said...

Hi Rosie!

Thanks for filling us in and please know how sorry we are about your Auntie Kim. We hope she's in a better place now and that your family will remember all of the good things about her!

Love,
S-Dog

The Devil Dog said...

That must have been difficult indeed. We hope Aunt Kim is at peace as well. May you also find peace after this sad event.

Roxy

Scout 'n Freyja said...

Please accept my sincere and deep sympathy on the passing of your sister. I am a former addictions counselor and know how terrible the battle can be for some people. My heart just breaks for you and for everyone that loved this young woman.

Melissa and Emmitt said...

oh rosie
we are so sorry for your loss. we are thinking of you and your family!
all our love!
m & e

Simba and Jazzi said...

Keeping your in our thoughts.

Simba and Jazzi xx

Pearl said...

Hi Rosie! I just wanted to send you my condolences about Aunt Kim. Addiction is such a difficult thing, and I know your family must be very sad right now. I am thinking of you!

Hank said...

Rosie, honey....me and mom are real sorry to hear that news.

We hope your Aunt Kim has found peace now.

Hugs -

Hank