My Dear Precious Sabrini,
You have no idea how lonely and empty this house is without you. You were with me for so long, I never thought I would lose you.
You were with me through thick and thin, you were always there. Before you got sick, every time I opened the door, you came running. Your Mama was home and you were so happy. I remember when I would go on vacation for a week, and when I came home, you came running talking to me, so glad I was home. You wouldn’t leave my side for a week.
You were such a funny little thing, never weighed over 5 lbs in your life, but after you learned to trust me, you ruled the roost. Remember how you used to lay on top of the eyelet pillows on my bed, like you were a queen, and you were, in my heart.
You and I had our own communication that no one else would believe. When I was sick you always slept up by my head to protect me, the rest of the time you slept at the bottom of the bed. You never let me pick you up until the last 6 months of your life when we spent so much time in your room. Then you wanted to sit in my lap, and you couldn’t get up by yourself, so you would let me pick you up and put you in my lap. I remember the night not too long ago; you went to sleep with your head on my arm. My sister said you were making memories, and you were. I am trying so hard to remember all the good times we had, how you would come tell me you were out of food, or wake me up in the middle of the night because you wanted to be loved.
There are so many memories; it would take me forever to write about all of them. I know you are at the Rainbow Bridge waiting on me. There is a huge hole in my heart that will never be filled. I love you my precious little angel. I only pray that in time God will let me remember all the good times and not the last time I saw you alive. I will be with you again soon. Sabrini was 23 when she left me.