This is a blog by a woman in her 50's who is finally on the crooked path to find who she truly is.
Married at 19 and divorced at 53. I am going to unearth the artist, the cynic, the free spirit that has been long buried. Or die trying.
I've left Bethlehem
and I feel free...
I've left the girl I was supposed to be
and some day I'll be born.
10 blew out from under the bed:
Awe :( what a cutie he was! Thank goodness I still believe in Doggy heaven ;) Sorry for your loss, some of our best companions are furry friends.
I don't care what other people say. My boy WAS my whole life, and I still miss the little bugger EVERY single day.
It was 7 years ago last Sunday that he left.
It's heartbreaking when we lose a beloved pet/friend. I'm sorry you had to lose yours. x
Sharing a BIG hug with you....
((((((( You ))))))))
So sorry for your loss.
I love the quote you shared because it is so true. I think animals in general make our lives whole.
X ya, Sis!
Very sorry to hear about Antonio Blue, he sure was a beauty.
Both a friend and our daughter had to say goodbye to their furry friends recently. Infact, my daughter just got kitty's ashes back today.
Oh my God... I'm so sorry. 'Rainbow Bridge' still gets to me.
It's been a while ago, but I went home from work one evening... and when I opened the front door of the house, I heard Thumper, my old poodle, bark to greet me!
It literally took me aback... because Thumper has been gone quite a few years...
I even called his name, maybe hoping he would bark again...
I'm sorry for your lose of Antonio Blue... :o(
nitebyrd ~ I used to have a badge that read...the more I see of people the more I like my dog...((((((hugs)))))) I had to have my max put to sleep lasrt year, we now have flowers burting into tflower on his gravexxxx
Words are always inadequate at a time like this, but we do what we can.
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Thank you all so much for your kind words. He was the sweetest dog and he will be missed. My other beagle is acting weirder than usual, I think he misses Tony. My old man maltipoo (he was 15 years old on 03/08) couldn't care less! And the cats ... well, they're cats! Tony was my son's dog. Watching him say good-bye hurt more than Tony's death for me. I'm glad that my son didn't have too much time to mourn even though I know Tony will share a place with Lance (his other dog) in his heart forever. Thank y'all, again
Ive always said that if heaven dont have dogs, then it aint heaven.
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