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Feeling Lonely

Feeling Lonely

I have something to admit it. You might see it as slightly pathetic. I see it as a loss. I feel very lonely since Marshmallow died. I didn’t even realize what I was feeling until my daughter left for the night and came back. It wasn’t because she was gone, as silly as it sounds, it’s when she came home. My Zoey missed her and wanted to be with her. So she spent time with my daughter, so sweet. I…

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Words of support from other dog lovers

Words of support from other dog lovers

I belong to three Facebook groups for dogs. One of them is English bulldogs and two are for French bulldogs. Anytime I see something posted about someone losing a dog, I always try to write. I completely understand and remember the pain of losing Boomer, my English Bulldog, over 3 years ago. When I lost my Marshmallow I posted it on one of the sites. I never realized how much those posts could actually bring a little comfort until it…

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The heartbreak of loosing a pet

The heartbreak of loosing a pet

I’ve been blogging for a little shy of two years. I’ve come across many other blogs in that time. However I have one that is truly my favorite, Conversations with Stella. Conversations with Stella is about an English bulldog having conversations with her lady human and sometimes the rest of the pack. It’s always well written, very funny, and it has English bulldogs in it. What I find such a benefit to blogging is that when your interact with so…

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Life goes back to normal

Life goes back to normal

I’ve never been so excited to set my alarm for 6 o’clock in the morning. These last couple of weeks have been a series of emotions that have worn me down. There of been good,there of been awful, but it just wore me out. I know most of you don’t know me, other than what you read, but I haven’t worked out in two weeks. I can’t tell you a time in over six years where I have it worked…

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My four walls of solace

My four walls of solace

I’m going out for the first time today since it happened.  Unfortunately  I still have multiple sclerosis to deal with and I have doctor appointments and physical therapy.  I prefer the solace of my home. It is my comfort zone not only because of my MS but also for the memory and sadness of Boomer. I’ve been sleeping which is a good thing although I hate walking into my room. I hate knowing he isn’t coming into the bed to…

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My heart is in pieces

My heart is in pieces

The outpouring of love and support has been so kind. Everyone who has ever owned and loved a pet understands the pain of losing one. Anyone that knows me, knows what Boomer meant to me. He was MY first dog. My dad had dogs when I was little but I didn’t live with my dad. I didn’t grow up with dogs in my day to day life. Boomer came right before my divorce started. We picked him up in April,…

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A piece of my heart passed on yesterday

A piece of my heart passed on yesterday

He wasn’t eating well and stopped mostly when I went away for the weekend. This wonderful boy waited until I got home to say goodbye. It happened so fast I didn’t know he was about to leave us. If I did. I would have held his paw the whole evening. I will miss him so much.there will forever be an absence in my heart. No other dog will ever be my Boomer. I’m so grateful for all the joy he’s…

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