I'm sorry for your loss.
Yes sir, I will forever have a personal connection and understanding for those that have to say goodbye to their best friends. I expected it to be difficult, I didn't expect to have my heart ripped out. And thanks for understanding exactly what I meant. Cheers.Very Sorry.
Yes, now you know.
As do all of us that have loved and lost.
Four boxes of cremains here, now all together, bottom of the bathroom closet.
No plans for final disposition. Will likely involve a camping trip, as they all loved to camp.
The only way me and my oldest can steer around (not through) tear moments is to avoid those tear jerker songs and TV show/movie need a sign for the wife....no Celine Dion songs "Neeeeer....faaaaaaa, weevvvvaaaa you RRRRR. Nope...not gonna help. And humor...lots of humor. Thanks Uncle. Edit, it also helps that my oldest son brought his pit mix home for me to play with and walk around the neighborhood this weekend and also I am replacing his front rotors and brake pads today so no rest for...I expect you are still pretty much in shock. Going through the day on autopilot. Thoughts of your dog never far from front and center. I would be surprised if you get through the day without tears. I was unable to complete my earlier post without a waterfall of my own. I have good news for you. You will reach a point where the ache and pain are gone. You will remember with fondness the love you had for Coco and the fun times.
Make no mistake you will still miss Coco.