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So happy, so (so.. so... so.... so...) beautiful. Lola was like a whole joyous world that you could just dive into; everything about her radiated: love, life, fun, joy, peace, parades, Christmas morning, flowers in bloom, the birth of children,sunrise and circuses. Looking at these photos, I cried the least that I have ever before when I compile these sad tributes: her joy and happiness and wondrous frolicking instead made me so somehow uplifted like the world's greatest children's choir was singing the most transcendentally hopeful and thankful song ever. She seemed to pack decades, centuries of intense celebration into every moment of her five years; I'd say she must have lived thirty years worth of everything perfect and innocent that this world has to offer. SO MANY friends, she knew her whole life she was part of a huge family of dogs and people, and this may be the only thing that dogs really ask of us. She lit up our world that can be so lonely and frightening for as long as she could like some great fur radiating star in the heavens - and now she just has to rest. She'll be back in one form or another soon - when she's needed, keep looking for her: she's really why we're all alive: to be happy, enjoy each moment, keep everyone around us laughing and appreciate the beauty of it all. Thanks, Lola.. what a good good girl.