My Beautiful Buster. Sadly missed one year today 4th December.
The time goes so fast. Today is the memory day one year gone since I lost Buster my budgie from Squamous Cell Cancer. I am so very sad today and the tears fall from my heart once again for one year.
He died in my arms today one year ago on this day. The memories are still alive in my heart. This was Busters last photo of him before he died on the 4th of December 2011. Buster and me we had so many happy times.
Beautiful Buster i will never forget you. You were my best little budgie friend.
I had you for 6 and a half years we will see one another again one day. I will never forget you Beautiful Buster. I love you Buster with all my heart.
Sadly missed one year Today. The tears once again fall from my heart today. I miss you Buster you were a special little Budgie and ill never forget you. Rip Buster 4th December.
oh i know how you feel. i lost a dear yellow faced friend my self last year on the 5th
I have 8 parakeets, a cat, a rabbit, 2 frogs, 2 newts, about 22 self cloning marbled crayfish, 7 fish tanks, and 2 bettas. my 9 'keets are beyond spoiled with my DIY toys and 2 big trees to play on
Leon - Butch (RIP) - Baby Bird - Pickles - Bowie - Bobby - Leo - Ace - Cheerio
Lyn - Buster was so special; no wonder you miss him so much. I can tell you that Eventually (after 2 years of crying, in my case) your sorrow Will fade, and be replaced with happy memories of Buster. In the meantime, The Good Lord sent another Wonderful budgie into your life and heart - Indi - so that you can shower him with all the love you gave Buster while he was still here. Buster would want that for you both, Lyn
Unending Thanks, Ms FaeryBee, for the Absolute Perfect Picture!
I am sorry for your loss. The lives of our budgies are too short. I still remember my childhood budgie, Turquoise like it was yesterday. You can never replace a lost budgie, but being grateful for the memories you do have is the most important thing, and you must remember to also look forward to the great memories you are sure to make with your future budgie companions.
Lyn, we never forget the ones who've flown before. Our birds are like precious, unique gems. No two can ever be the same, and each shines brightly in its own unique way. Our lives are richer for their presence, and we're all so fortunate to be able to have these little ones share our lives with their big personalities.