You have had a wild and rough time of late. I'm sorry to hear of the death of your mom and divorce, and losing Lacy. We lost Cinderella, who was a Blue Heeler, last summer to cancer in her throat. We only had her for 9 years, but got her when she was a pup. Take comfort, if you can, in knowing she's at the bridge with all of the others.
I plan on making some new forum topics when I can, and one of them will be The Rainbow Bridge.
I am so sorry for your losses. You have definitely been having a hard year. I hope that things will start going better for you and that you are remembering all the good memories with Lacy and not the sad times. I lost my Venture in December. He seemed very down after his brother had to be sent to the bridge the December before, and it turned out he had cancer. I have a little girl that a friend gave me now and she keeps me company along with the cat I got from Dumb Friends, but still miss my others, so I know it is hard. You have my deepest sympathies.
It has been a wild 14 months...my mom died, husband told me he wanted a divorce a week later, 2 months later I moved out into my own condo with only a part time job, January 22nd of this year we were legally divorced and in March, we found out our Lacy had a huge cancer in her spleen. Our vet and friend, Dr. Adair, came to his (what used to be our house) and we had put Lacy down (this was still in March). 14 years old...she was 4 when I came into her life. She is the only dog I have ever had and was truly my baby. We fed her 3 pieces of 'loney (was always one of her faves) the day she was going to be put down, loved on her and told her how important she has always been to us. We stroked her and loved her as her little eyes shut and when her heart beat it's last beat. I miss her everyday. I will stay part of the team, for her sake, and I hope she knows how much I miss her every day.
The problem with people who have no vices is that generally you can be pretty sure they're going to have some pretty annoying virtues. Elizabeth Taylor
What can you say about a society that says that God is dead and Elvis is alive? Irv Kupcinet
Don't accept your dog's admiration as conclusive evidence that you are wonderful. Ann Landers
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