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This page is dedicated to Madorla Angelique Tresor, my beloved Miniature Schnauzer.


This newsletter from our website is dedicated to

Heaven's Miraculous Angelic Giving Inspirational Canine
My beloved Miniature Schnauzer, Mandorla Angelique Tresor, "Mandy."

She was my haloed angelic treasured friend and I was her
caretaker/companion for ten years.

When all of my girlfriends became married she was there on
many a night when I did not have a relationship, let alone any
prospective dates, until I met Matthew in my 36th

She was there when my mother traveled and I was left
to take care of the household.

As an only child, I was never lonely when she was around
even when she was just there laying beside me.

Diabetes was her cruel fate and part of me feels awful about
not noticing the symptoms until it was too late.

But for the most part she lived life on her own terms
in a natural, drug free way, and passed peacefully in her

I take great comfort in knowing that she did not suffer
and was taken into God's loving arms on Ash Wednesday.

She would always refuse to walk on a leash and I did not
want to bully her into submission. Ironically, she would
naturally heel and walk beside me on many of our walks throughout
the neighborhood.

If she was able to get out of the front door of my home, she
would never go beyond my sight or just take off and run away.

I remember the first time that I saw her, she took to me right way.
She was sick and had kennel cough, my mother tried to persuade
me to pick another pup, but there was something between her and I
that was in describable. She had such a spark!

I nursed her back to health and other than one ear infection, she
was never sick a day in her life, at least in my eyes.

While I was in graduate school, she was the one who had to be patient
while I created the U.T.O.P.I.A. Project.

When I finally met my soul mate she was the one who
waited patiently for my return from spending joyous
times with the man I love, designing the
Theresa's Fund Loves Heaven's M.A.G.I.C. Project, or
using my spare time to learn about the business world
design a Business Plan, and build
Heaven's M.A.G.I.C. into a thriving organization.

I always thought that I would be able to have more time in the
future to be with her. I was wrong.

She brought a tremendous amount of joy into my life and I would
not trade those moments for the ache in my heart right now.

I feel blessed to have been chosen to be her caretaker/companion
and I knew that I was meant to be her caretaker/companion,
because at first my mom said, “No” ,to bringing her home,
then my mother's dog, Cleo, died of kidney failure, and my
mother said that she "missed the pitter patter of little feet."

She suggested that we go back and get her, but it had been several
weeks, so I figured she was already taken by someone else, but
she was still there, and the moment I returned to the pet store, she sat
up all perky and cute the same way she did the first time I walked
up to her and I said "Hi little one, we're back and we've come to take you home."

My fondest memory of her was when she was a puppy.
She had taken an entire roll of paper towels and shredded
it into pieces throughout my bedroom.

After we returned from an outing, I opened the door to
find my precious haloed angelic treasure sitting right
in the middle, hundreds of pieces of shredded paper towel
which appeared to look like snow.

She had a "yeah can I help you , I am a little busy right now,"
look on her beautiful face. My mother and I laughed so hard.
I still hope to find the photo that we took that day.

I sat down on the floor picked up a huge handful of shreds
and tossed it into the air. She started to jump up, bark, and
run around the room. We enjoyed every moment of her creative
snowfall that day.

She managed to make it snow in the desert, and that was quite a feat.

If I had $100,000, I would set it aside right now, and use the
interest off of it in one year to build the 
Mandolra Angelique Tresor Chapter of  
Theresa's Fund Loves Heaven's M.A.G.I.C. for my
beloved Heaven's Miraculous Angelic Giving Inspirational Canine

I would ask that the members of that chapter dedicate their service
towards Service-Learning projects that support diabetes.

I would display a photo collage of my precious, loyal, loving,
friend, and the world would become a better place, because
of a special unique soul, Mandorla Angelique Tresor, "Mandy"
Heaven's Miraculous Angelic Giving Inspirational Canine.

As I elementary educator, I will have to settle for this poem below,
that I created to honor her for now, but I will pray that a
Theresa's Fund Loves Heaven's M.A.G.I.C. Chapter
will one day bear her name.

                  Heaven's M.A.G.I.C.

Miraculous Angelic Giving Inspirational Canine



    Mandorla Angelique Tresor


    Scooterin Bertootie

October 19, 1997   -    February 6, 2008
             Ash Wednesday 2008

You were always loyal, loving, and kind.

I wish you and I could have had more time.

I remember when you first caught my eye.

Now that you’re gone, tears well up, I cry.

We had to settle for only one decade.

In that time, a strong and loyal bond we made.

I will always cherish my memories of you.

Your love was beautiful, wonderful, and true.

You’re in a place where you will never feel pain.

Your soul and spirit will renew once again.

You were a spirit unique and free.

Happy go lucky, and full of glee.

So patient with my every wish

I’ll miss your little puppy kiss

You radiated love and grace.

No one could ever take your place.

Eventhough we’re now far apart

You’ll live forever in my heart

The joy you brought into my life

will always outweigh my pain in the end.

Until the day we will meet once again.

Farwell, my precious, special, loving, friend

I will love you forever,

Precious Bootie Scaputie Tooterind

Godspeed haloed angelic treasured friend.


I loved Mandy from the first moment I saw her.
I will always love her and hold her in my heart forever.

Her gentle, loving, spirit will be with me as we continue to build
Theresa's Fund Loves Heaven's M.A.G.I.C.
Service-Learning chapters throughout the world!


       Composed on Ash Wednesday 2008
                  By her blessed caretaker/companion
                    Laura Ann Osterman
                   Founder and President
Heaven's Miraculous Angelic Giving Inspirational Child

         Memento homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris.

Remember, O man, that you are dust, and unto dust you shall return.

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