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To Ollie, my Aunt and Uncle

To Ollie, my Aunt and Uncle

There were so many things I could write about today. I’m going to my doctor for an actual neurological check up. But my heart is still heavy because over the last week, two people who are very big dog lovers like me, had to say goodbye to their dog. I wrote about the one last week who is my blogging friend. This week it was my Aunt and Uncle who said goodbye to Ollie. Let me first explain my relationship…

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A picture wall for Marshy

A picture wall for Marshy

Last night Minx got in my closet and walked out with one of my shoes. The shoe probably weighed half as much as he did. It made me think of my Marshmallow who used to greet me at the door and would always grab one of my shoes. In my apartment I had steps. we were constantly looking for one of my shoes before I went out. There was always one downstairs and one upstairs. If there were no available…

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Marshmallow came home

Marshmallow came home

His ashes came separate from his urn. A meltdown. I knew that this error would make the process of getting his ashes emotionally more difficult. I was correct. Years ago, when I lost Boomer, I never saw his ashes. https://multipleexperiences.org/2017/01/04/boomer-came-home/. The urn was closed and I still have no idea how to even open the box. I didn’t know what to expect. It wasn’t ashes. It was like gravel and small rock like pebbles.  Jusr holding that in my…

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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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A dogs letter over the rainbow bridge

A dogs letter over the rainbow bridge

This was posted to me in one of my Facebook French Bulldog groups. A beautiful letter when you are grieving for your dog. I cried from the hi mom on. I love you so much Mellybean❤️❤️ Hi, Mom, Remember that night when I wasn’t feeling very well and we were all crying? I don’t remember much, but I do remember seeing and hearing all of you and feeling your touches and hugs…I remember hearing “we love you” and that one…

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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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I’m thankful for Boomer

I’m thankful for Boomer

Yesterday was a little better than the day before. Today my heart just feels very heavy. My sister said something to me when she first heard that was very profound and meant the most to me, “you connect with the souls of animals. The friendship and companionship you find in them is as deep as some of my human friends.” I never had many friends but I’ve had many pets. I’ve had rabbits, 6 cats and 3 dogs. I would…

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