Rainbow Bridge

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  1. Acechaser

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    Tilley Man of Steel

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    It's hard not to feel "misty" after reading Rainbow Bridge. I'll tell you one thing, when the good Lord brings me home, there's going to be a stampede of dogs running from Rainbow Bridge jumping all over me. I guess that's what Heaven is all about.

    Here's a little better version of it:

    http://www.indigo.org/rainbowbridge_ver2.html
     

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    Ender ComfortablyNumb

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    i can't read it without crying. i've tried, but i just can't.

    hell, i can't THINK about it too hard without crying...and it takes a fair amount to make me cry.

    i hope (and believe) that it is absolutely true.
     
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    When my 14 year-old lab mix, Toby died, I cried for six months at the drop of a hat. I still get teary thinking about his sweet muzzel and soft yellow eyes. That is when a friend first gave me a copy of "Rainbow Bridge." I made a deal with God at that time. This is something I truely believe. I believe that when you die someone you love comes for you. My mother said,"Okay, Elizebeth, let's go," and died. Elizebeth is her mother's name. I want Toby to lead me across the bridge. I know my mom, dad, brother, son, and grandparents will be there waiting for me. But I want Toby to take me.