Sue was a playful and loving dog. She was extremely loved by Mary and Jonah. She would assist Mary in so many ways and Mary appreciated it. Sue would fetch her bed slippers, newspaper and just show her love comfort and joy. Sue was quite an entertainer too as she would create various antics which created laughter among the family. But in the midst of Joy, there would be sadness as Sue developed a brain illness and just had to be put down. Mary thought long and hard before she gave the go ahead. She spent countless nights crying and went arm and leg into trying to find alternate solutions to allow sue to heal. But soon Sue began to suffer even more and Mary knew that it would not be love to make a next loved one suffer, so it was done.
About a month after Sue had passed, Mary began to get sick and soon bed ridden. No one knew exactly what was happening to Mary as Doctors were unable to diagnose why Mary was deteriorating away as they found nothing wrong with her. But her nephew knew exactly what had happened, Mary was suffering from a broken heart and spirit because of the passing of Sue. No doctor could heal this, it was beyond their understanding. Only Mary could heal herself, but as time took toll, she never did. Mary passed on two month after her dog. It was a very sad time for Jonah as he was now all alone and had lost two loved one in the space of a couple months. It was hard when he lost Sue, but it was even more devastating to him when he lost his Aunt.
Jonah decided to keep the dog and named him Mark. A pretty unusual name for a dog, but the name simply popped out at him. Near reaching home, the dog began to bark continuously as though he knew the house. As Jonah pulled up into the drive way, the dog flew out the truck window and ran straight to the swing in the yard. It was one of Mary's favorite little spot where she would just come and sit and gently swing, pondering the youth days of her life. Jonah stood there shocked, thoughts began to ran through his head that his Aunt Mary and had come back, she had reincarnated as a dog.
He opened the front door and the dog was just happy to get in. To Jonah's surprise, the dog headed straight to his Aunt's rocking chair, jumped on it and simply curled up. Jonah had no doubt that his aunt had found a way to come back to him. She reincarnated as a Dog.