Librarian--Book Lover--Cat Lover--Dog Lover--Drinker of dry red wine--Unitarian Universalist (with Spiritualist sympathies and an interest in Buddhism). I am older than 25 but still feel that young. The older I get, the more I realize how much in I have in common with everyone else. I prefer to write about the dramas of real people, ordinary people--not the rich and famous. The unseen and unacknowledged lives sweated out and rejoiced over and agonized through are much more interesting. I still work for a living--in a high school--and realize I should've been a history professor. Maybe next time.
The life and afterlife of a special cat unfolds the timeless magic of the bond between humans and their pets.
- Renee Gravelle
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A Gift of Flowers based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
beautifully worded story of the loss of a pet. This touched my heart and made me cry because this was pretty much exactly my story of my own loss of my beloved cats. beautifully worded, beautifully spiritually healing.
Touching story told by a good storyteller.
NOT BASED ON CHRISTIAN BELIEFS, HOWEVER THIS WAS A LOVELY AND TOUCHING STORY. I ENJOYED IT!
Comforting story for anyone who has loved a pet well and hard! I believe in the Rainbow Bridge!
It was a nice quick read but some of the things the author did in the story I didnt like.
The previous Anonymous is obviously illiterate.
This sounds boring and how lame is a auther to write about her dead cat? To each his own.