In Memory of Lola


Poem to Lola
Boli Boli was the name we created,
Your time with us kept us elated.
We hoped you had lived for many years,
For this we cried so many tears.
We will miss the times picking up dumps,
You made us smile when we came home with frumps.
We could not beat the disease that took your life,
We all knew your favorite was the wife.
I know you will be up there watching from heaven’s gate,
Please wait for us; we’re going to be late.
Until then we will miss you everyday,
Our Boli Boli has gone away.

(The Hilberts)

Dear Lola,
When you were with us you made us the happiest family in the world. You were so cute, funny, and adorable. Whoever met you loved you. I wish you could have stayed with us longer. I love you.
Your Brother,
Jacob

Lola,
From the very first day we got you, I knew you were something special. I can remember exactly how you looked at me with your small face and your big brown eyes. As you started to adjust to our home, I could tell everyone just loved you. I could also tell that would ever happen to you it would be tragic and very sad. I was right. It is funny how fast you became part of the family. I believe you had the best time with us. Going on walks, eating, going to training classes, hopping around everywhere and being the cutest little baby dog that you were. You are still in our hearts. You were everything I could have hoped for in a dog. It was so sad to watch you go, but you are in a better place now. I really do not know the reasons why you came and left us so quickly. I love you and will never forget how happy you made me Boli.
Love,
Syd

Lola,
My heart melted the minute I laid eyes on you. You stole my heart and I instantly fell in love. ou fit perfect in our family. You are very special you brought so much joy and happiness to me. I love and miss you so much.
Love you always,
Mama

Lola,
It was love at first sight. What can I say. I never thought I could be drawn so close, but winning over hearts was your specialty. Everybody loved you Lola. Which makes moving on so difficult. I will miss coming home and greeting you before everyone. You never did let me work on the computer did you Boli? I will miss you biting my fingers under blankets and you always told us when you were hungry, and loved your treats. I miss that. You never saw me, but I always stared at you while we went on walks. I loved how you glided along, so elegant and beautiful. But most of all, I miss holding you. Until we meet again. I love you and miss you terribly.
Love,
Dad