True. That is an encouragement. My cat died in June, and his sister was prowling around the house and calling for weeks afterward. It made the whole experience so much worse, but I'm so glad she got lots of love and has seemed to forget.thanks, so far my gal-dog is clueless that the big-boy won't be back. That is a blessing, She doesn't understand why we would cry our selves to sleep all last week as we watched our boy loosing his fight. Sometimes ignorance really is bliss.
Are you thinking about adding another any time soon? That seems to be the only thing that helps me get over a loss. Although I never completely recover.it has been 3 weeks now and I suspect my mom and Patton and our other pets are having a good time together again in the beyond. But picking through some turkey scraps (had an early Thanksgiving with family) I missed my big-boy waiting for his share. One reason this loss might be harder than the others in the past is that I have wrapped part of my identity around my dogs. My hubby and I are "those people with the German Shepherd Dogs", in a good way. When my hubby brought our big-boy along Patton made everyone smile. I don't have that power but I sure was glad to be the caretaker of the one who did.
Who am I now? I still have Chief and she is adjusting better than I am. Now that she is out from my big-boy's shadow people are telling me how beautiful she is. This is going to take awhile to adjust to.
I'm so sorry. We lost the love of our life in July and I dont know when we will recover. Your command is precious. Beautiful dog.
Thanks, I guess what we can pray and hope for is to enjoy the memories without tearing up. We had family and friends last week sharing tears as they told me about the ones they are now missing as well. I don't think it ever completely ends.I'm so sorry. We lost the love of our life in July and I dont know when we will recover. Your command is precious. Beautiful dog.