Gus Comes Home

Gus’ remains came home today.  I got a nice little urn and they fit nicely next to Calpurnia’s box.  He spent a lot of time sleeping at the base of this book shelf in the last few weeks.

Over these last days I remembered something from the Two Towers movie.  I always felt a connection to the men of Rohan as portrayed in the movie.  I suppose it is the call of the AngloSaxon blood.  These scenes strike an even stronger chord now.

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It is an odd coincidence that the star jasmine is about to bloom out back.  Soon it will look like this.

Star Jasmine, Demon Plant from Hell

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10 Responses to Gus Comes Home

  1. digitalgranny says:

    Hugs

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  2. That’s a nice spot for Gus. Glad he’s back home. Hugs and purrs to all

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  3. rumpydog says:

    It always comforts me when they come home that last time. I hope it comforts you as well.

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  4. nadbugs says:

    That is one beautiful urn and box. And another synchronicity : You know how WordPress is now adding random prior posts and a photo from them, in the “Related” section just under the “Like” panel? On this post, mine came up with “Walking the Line.” It was the same post that I used in my Gus tribute, the one about the kink in his tail. Remembering Gus once again.

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  5. Jo Woolf says:

    A lovely salute to Gus. Fondly remembered.

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  6. There are no coincident. Hoping for your heart’s healing. ♥Gus♥

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  7. Connie says:

    What a lovely urn.

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