Sunday, December 9, 2012

Goodbye Dear Friend

Yesterday evening, at around 6:30pm, Little Miss Stevie passed away from our world and into the next.  She was in my hands outside as the sun set over Logan City while the birds sang and screeched and the night fell over us.  The breeze blew nice and warm, fluffing her feather a little and she looked around, half-knowing she was outside - a place she had always wanted to be outside her cage; and now was with me to be her guardian in her last moments.

Since her stroke on 1st, December, she had been weak.  But she was becoming stronger as each day passed.  However, yesterday it seemed that her little heart had come to its last few beats and she couldn't hold on any longer.  She did wait until I was home from a long day out and about with friends before letting me know something was wrong.  And this is how we ended up being outside together... I didn't want her life ending inside my house in a cage, I wanted her spirit to sour free - just like she had always wanted - with the other wild birdies of the world.

I will never forget her little antics or her song.  Her blue feathers will always be in the sky for me and be a wonderful memory for me.  However I will be erecting a memorial for her in my garden.  I'm planning on getting a large potted plant and putting her in with it with a carved memorial out of aerated concreted in front of it; so her memory will forever live on.  

For you all who followed her little blog here, I thank you for doing so - even if you only bookmarked this blog to enjoy.  I have enjoyed watching it develop.  I will be getting another budgie; but not for some time... there is a healing period to work through.  Thank you all for being here for me and my little bird. 

In Memory Of Little Miss Stevie 


  1. So sad to hear Little Miss Stevie gone to eternal life. I hope she will be very happy in bird heaven

    1. Wow! I didn't know somebody had commented here. Sorry for not replying sooner.

      Thank you for your condolences regarding Little Miss Stevie. She was a lovely little thing and will always be in my heart and mind.

      I'll be in here once in a while telling great memories about her.