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Things happen for a reason - Accept it.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Well, I am not entirely sure how I am today.
Today is 2 years since Aspen passed.

emoticon Slept in. That was nice. Not out of bed until 5:30.
emoticon Dog walk
emoticon 5 miles on the treadmill

emoticon Feeling a bit off, thinking only some about Aspen's passing. Decides I could not sit so took the pups for another walk.
emoticon It is really a bit warm for them but we walked extra slow and they will be in for the remainder of the day.

The walk of course had me thing.



is one of the thoughts that came to me. I need to just accept it.

I had Aspen for quite some time after Kanyon's passing. It was time for Kanyon to have his BFF back and for me to let go. Aspen gave me so very much and she was there for the very most difficult times in my life. What more could I ask for.

She lived 4 years longer than then Oncologist expected. The Oncologist had never seen a dog survive the type of cancer she had. We had the best specialist and Aspen never knew she was sick until the very end. Let's not go there.

Now I have Utah. He is a super special emoticon
No doubt about it. He is my boy. Aspen was my girl.

In time I can see him sleeping with me as Aspen did. Currently he still sleeps in his pen.



You gotta admit he could not be any more precious.



He is a big toddler. I am thankful for all I have been blessed with.

Here are some pics.



Aspen as a pup.



Aspen and Kanyon.



BFFs





And pictured I had taken when I found out that Aspen was no longer in remission.



Perfection.





This is my favorite. This is so us.

Utah and Sierra seem to be close as well. They could grow to be as close as Aspen and Kanyon. As I said, things happen for a reason. I need to accept and be thankful.

Thanks for listening.





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  • CARRIEMT
    It doesn't seem like it's been two years since Aspen passed, I'm sure it doesn't feel that way. You have a great perspective and someday we'll be back with all of those that we've lost. In the mean time, we can provide love and safety to other members we bring into our families.
    Happy belated Mother's Day.
    1231 days ago
  • MAMADWARF
    There really is nothing more painful than losing pur babies. I dread that day with my beloved stitch. She is just so special to me. Its gonna be bad but yes we have to accept it. Thank god you have Utah. He's beautiful and I'm sure brings you a lot of joy!
    1232 days ago
  • BLITZEN40
    Sorry you're missing Aspen right now. emoticon
    1237 days ago
  • SUMMER2203
    sorry for your loss...losing a pet is one of the worst things ever. it sounds like you are a very good pet parent :)

    also, i cannot believe sleeping in is 5.30!!!!!!!! how do you make yourself wake up earlier than that generally?!
    1237 days ago
  • LOPEYP
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    1238 days ago
  • CHERYLA2012
    You are right- Things do happen for a reason. You do need to accept and be thankful.
    In your own time, my dear. That's what's different for all of us.

    Thank you for sharing your memories and the beautiful pictures!
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    1238 days ago
  • 4EVERNESS
    I have not seen a dog take the 'airplane' pose since I saw a red and white russian wolfhound do that when I was at a friend's in high school! All the pics are great. So sweet and 'noble' :).

    But in regard to the title, my fat happened for a reason, that does not mean that I have to be accepting of it! LOL

    Have a great day!
    1238 days ago
  • JAMIELOGICAL
    Remember the good times.
    1238 days ago
  • KEKEIKO
    Wonderful emoticon felt blog and beautiful photo's to have good memories to reflect on.

    Thank you for sharing. emoticon
    1238 days ago
  • BLESSED2BEME
    Beautiful blog! emoticon emoticon
    1238 days ago
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