It’s been a little over a year, but I was still so hesitant to visit you today. The sadness I felt looking down into the dirt where you laid to rest, doesn’t even compare to the pain I saw in your eyes during the last of your days. You filled an emptiness I didn’t even know I had until I laid by your tiny little grave wishing I could still hug you and thank you for curing my soul.
If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they go — until I see your cute button nose again, you and Puppy need to watch over me and the family. Thank you MaggieBear for teaching me that love is unconditional 💔
A lesson Maggie taught me about life:
If you love something, love it completely, cherish it, say it, but most importantly, show it.
Life is finite and fragile, and just because something is there for one day, it might not be the next. Never take that for granted.
Say what you need to say, and say a little more. Say too much. Show too much. Love too much. Everything is temporary but love. Love outlives us all.
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Id like to share something with you, my story, with my pup, maybe you will relate, help heal, I don’t know, but I feel compelled to share it with you. Send me your email if your interested. Thanks for sharing this with me. I truly believe a year or 5 years, that I will never be the same. Part of me has died, I am no longer the same. I understand.
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