“Fishy”

My niece is here visiting all the way from Norway. This made me think about taking out “fishy.”

Shortly after I adopted Cino, my niece made this fish for her and sent it in the mail all the way from Norway. Such a sweet gift!

I named it “fishy”, but find myself always saying to Cino…do you want to play with “fishy wishy?” I’m not sure why this is, but everything winds up with a “y” at the end, or a word added on that rhymes beginning in a “w”, or both. Her favorite mouse toy has become “mousey wousey.” Her felt puzzle is now “puzzle wuzzle” and her owl toy is of course “owly wowly.

Am I the only one in this silliness?

Anyway “fishy” only gets taken out every once and a while for “supervised playtime.” It just means so much to me, I hate to see it get ruined.

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Cino really does enjoy her time with “fishy!”

Hope you are having a fabulous day!

Prayers would be appreciated for me & my family. Tomorrow is my sister’s funeral. (By the way, the niece visiting is not the daughter of the sister that passed away. Her visit was planned before this tragedy happened)

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13 thoughts on ““Fishy”

  1. Lauren

    Cino loves Fishy Wishy, and of course, she cannot possibly associate a wonderful new toy with her Mum’s deceased sister (I was guessing your visiting niece could be your departed sister’s daughter).

    I will pray for your serenity and healing, friend LeeAnn, and for comforting bonds and shared love throughout your family during such a difficult time. Loss is so hard! It can even challenge our trust in God. Take heart; “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.” (Psalm 30:5)

    Dayspring will come in its perfect time.
    ❀

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    1. Animals Are Feeling Beings Too Post author

      Your comment made me realize I should have made it clear that the niece visiting is not the daughter of the sister that passed away. I added another sentence to the end of the post explaining that. Thanks! Also, thanks for your kind words! That is the perfect verse!

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      1. Lauren

        I could only know it was a possibility, but I could only speculate as to the relationship.
        Your clarification is perfect.

        Take care! May your day tomorrow be very specially blessed.

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  2. colinandray

    Having lost my older sister (quite a few years ago now), you have my prayers and thoughts. While I still miss her, there are many happy memories which I regularly dwell on… and sincerely hope that you can/will do the same with your sister. Keep smiling! πŸ™‚

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  3. My Golden Life

    No, you’re not alone in this. When my niece was little, she used to call my dad “Propst Wopsy”, my brother “Daddy Waddy”, etc., and I picked up on it. Even some 15 years later, I still do it with the dogs’ names at times.

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meow, woof, moo, neigh, however you want to say it, please say it

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