A word from Deb

Goodbye to my soulmate

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I don’t know how to write these words but I’ve lost my soulmate. Billie was hit by a car last Friday.

She was my world, my everything, my joy, and she taught me about true unadulterated love, to a depth I never thought imaginable. I cannot begin to fathom the loss. 💔

Billie has been by my side for ten joyous years. We were a team, I took her everywhere, to work, film shoots, to Pilates, business appointments, lunches, dinners, weekends away, she was my shadow.

I feel her sole purpose in this world was to bring happiness and joy to people’s lives. Especially mine. Faces would light up with a smile as she’d walk past, dog lovers or not. She was a gift. Billie brought the best out in me and taught me to be a better person.

I got Billie after I lost my first brother Rod, as a way of somehow filling the hole. Not having had children, she was my child and I cherished every breathing moment of being with her. We shared an unbreakable bond through years of holding onto each other through life’s ups and downs.

With my saddest heart, I wanted you to know how lucky I was to have had the most beautiful, unconditional love from the purest of souls. #RIPBillie

Deborah Hutton

Deborah Hutton is the publisher of Balance by Deborah Hutton. She is passionate about helping woman to define their own recipe for balance

4 Comments

  1. Judy

    March 16, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    dearest Deb, I have just heard about Billi, and I’m so sad for you,a very special little person, thinking of you with love.Judy Hancock

  2. Lily

    March 18, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    This is too sad.

  3. Matthew Anderson

    March 22, 2017 at 9:19 am

    Deb! That’s awful. sending you lots of love sweetheart XX Matt

  4. Pattee

    March 23, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    I am so sorry to hear you lost such a precious soul in your life . I have been through it and understand . We have lost dogs to old age and choices that had to be made but last year our wonderful Brittany was hit by a car . It was devastating . Grieve in the way you need to.

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