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cosesmom

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Diane,
You are so very welcome. We are all here to help each other. With out our growing circle of friends, it would be more lonely after experiencing the kind of loss we all have gone through. I fully understand about having a bad moment. I still can't openly talk about Termy with out choking up. We need to hold each other up when life throws us a curve. Over 17 years ago when I lost Dakota I found a friend in North Dakota that I met on Per Loss. He and I remained friends until his passing. So, I truly hope that we all can remain friends in the coming future and share the good times as well as the rough ones with each other.
I too want to thank all of you for lending your support and understanding. Miss B's dad, Gizzy's mom, Jackie and you too Brandy's mom.
I think our babies may have had a paw in this from up above.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
diane772

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Dear Termy's mom, I truly hope we all stay connected for many years. Even though we have never met I feel very close to all of you. When I am having a bad moment I don't turn to family, I come here. All of you help me so much and so I want to say Thank you again. I do believe Brandy led me here because she knew I needed help. I can picture them all friends running and playing and waiting for us.Love Diane
Barefoot1

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Diane i truely hope you are right,i hope they are playing together. MISS B was really fast in her hay day. She would pin her ears back and be gone. But everybody really helps on days like this im jhst thinking about when B would be there when i wake up and start the day right. Now well its just another day...long day. Rosie's mom i hope you find a job that you will enjoy. Most days i dont like being here either i wish i couls quit. If your comfortable about it come to facebook its nice to see Brandy and Gizzy. Hope all of yall have a the best day you can.
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Dear Miss B's dad, it does bring a smile to my face thinking of them all playing together. Brandy was funny, typical basset hound, she would run for awhile and then she would lay down and watch other dogs run and when they went by her again she would bark. She loved playing that game. She had many doggie friends and I'm glad she still has some. It was nice hearing from you on facebook and very nice having everyone as my new friends. It gives me hope. Love Diane
KerryGizzysMomCrying

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Hey guys.
Yesterday and today have been exceptionally hard. It just came from the depths, the realisation that I'm never going to see my little boy again. Not ever.
I've had sobbing fits that last for hours and nothing takes them away. It can't be this hard? Surely?
I have 5 other dogs who I love dearly, but they don't really seem to notice that I'm so sad. I don't feel like they even care- is that ridiculous?
I still haven't gone to get his ashes. My boy is sitting there and I am not strong enough to fetch his ashes and bring them home.
The grieving though is just so futile. It doesn't change a damn thing.
I'm just trying to hold onto the saying:
"Its just a bad day, it's not a bad life..."
Lots of love
Kerry Gizzys Mom
doglife

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It's a bad day for me too.  Today for some reason, this morning , especially,  I couldn't even get out of bed and take care of my other two.  Jada was the dog , the one who kept everyone on a routine because eating was one of her favorite things.  Plus if she didn't eat within so many hours she would puke up bile.  It's been about 3 weeks, and it's been busy with graduation parties and dance recitals, so I really haven't had time to really grieve.  Although the first week without Jada, my head was literally in a fog and I was so dazed and confused.  She was gone to unexpectedly , so suddenly that I think it took my mind a while to catch up with the reality that she is GONE.  No matter what I find out, no matter how much research I do,  no matter how many sleepless nights of reading article after article of what could have caused her death, reliving every day up until the last trying to think if I missed any signs.  

So today,  it hit me like a ton of bricks.  That I will never see that cute , silly face in the morning and how excited she'd get to see me when I woke up every day, it was as if she hadn't seen me in weeks.  She made it her job to get so excited to start each day.   That is gone,  forever.   My older boy can barely get up and he'd just as well sleep all day if I'd let him.  He doesn't care for breakfast anymore, so I know he's not doing well, just hanging in there.  And the younger one, he just cares about chasing the cat out of the room in the morning.  He's happy when I get up, but he doesn't do all the silly crazy things that Jada used to do that made every morning a silly game.   It just really hit me , that she's gone. 

The foreverness of her being gone, brought on tears like a flowing river.  And then the utter sadness and reality of it all hit me.   Just like you said,  its a bad day, that came on out of nowhere.  Yesterday was the first day that I didn't cry even a little, but it was a busy day.  Today is cloudy and gloomy , just like I feel.  I hope to dream of her, but I haven't.  One morning I awoke and just before I did, I saw her by the side of my bed getting up with her beautiful face smiling at me, so happy and it lasted for just a second and then I woke up to her not being there.  I wished the dream lasted longer, or maybe it was my mind hallucinating , I don't know.   The finality of all of this is really just starting to sink in.  And when I thought it would be getting easier , it's getting harder.  
Getting her ashes was so difficult, I made my daughter go with me for moral support, and we both cried all the way home.    So KerryGizzsMomCrying,  I'm right there with you.  It is so not ridiculous to feel what you are feeling.  I see so many people on here grieving, and although it doesn't take my pain away, it does help to know that I am not crazy or losing it, as I have felt in the past 3 weeks. 

Lots of love to all of you, and just know we are all feeling grief and loss and it is normal to process it however you need to. 
Barefoot1

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Kerry, i to have had a bad couple of days. I want to see my baby girl again so bad i cant stand it. Sometime i sit in front of the tv and just stair at her bed and just start crying. I really know how you feel. No its not ridiculous thinking your other dogs dont care. They to have noticed he's no longer there. Maybe they feel as bad as you, but they have each other. Believe me my family had w other dogs when MISS B left me and i didnt notice them missing her. Surely they did surely theyve noticed my sadness. I still cant comprehend shes gone. I know how you feel. Please try to think of the oother dogs for awhile they still need their momma. MISS B's dad
diane772

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Dear Kerry, The grieving is a part of healing so it must happen. Your other dogs do notice that you are sad, they probably don't know what to do. Give them all hugs to reassure them. It will help you. My cat has gotten so many hugs since Brandy passed but it is helping us both. When I first lost Brandy my cat would sleep on Brandy's blanket. They feel grief too. I understand about the ashes, going back to the vet's office to get Brandy's ashes was a very hard thing to do but I needed her home. It will give you alittle peace. Stay strong, you are in my prayers Diane
Barefoot1

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Hello, i hope everyone is doing better. Kerry i so hope your days have gotten brighter. I know its very hard to realize they are gone but as i said before we need to face that fact. I cant even stand to think about that. Diane,jackie and Termy's mom i hope things are getting better. I thank all of yall,for me time is standing still. Time cannot heal this wound if time doesnt seem to move. Your good friend keith.
JackieTeller

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Hello, 

Sunday was a very bad day for me.  I kept praying for Rosie to come to me in my dreams and she did but she was very scared and didn't know where she was and kept asking where mama was.  She was in a dark scary place with doggies she didn't know.  Then I saw the rug in the bathroom was torn in shreds, which is Rosie.  She used to always do that.  I cried and cried.  I am seeing a therapist this morning.  I hope it helps.  If it wasn't for Lulu and KitKat I would probably have a nervous breakdown.  I hope it gets better for you Keith.  This Friday will be 4 weeks.  

I have completely lost faith in my vet whom I've had for 10 years; questioning that if they had acted faster, she wouldn't have suffered so much.  That is a bad road to go down for me.  I hope everyone does okay today, Kerry, Termy's mom, Diane and Dog Life.  Forgive me if I've missed anyone.  I prayed for my little girl last night to help in her transition.  

Rosie's Mom (Jackie)
Barefoot1

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I hope the therapist helps i know how you feel. It seems iim the only one that hasnt seen their baby in a dream. I havent dreamed about her or anything. I havent seen her since i let the vet kill her. Yall are very lucky. Jackie when you have the bad days let us know maybe one of us can help. Keith
JackieTeller

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Hi Keith, 

I drove all the way there and the therapist had called in sick!  My cellphone didn't pick up their call from the clinic this morning!  So now I see her on Saturday.  Believe me, the dream was not pleasant and only reinforced the sadness because Rosie is having a hard time on the other side too.  As for the rug, that is very strange.  Lulu could have done it but that was usually Rosie's m.o.  

As for the vet, I will probably find another one.  I'll make that decision hopefully when my mind is clearer.  Lying on the couch with Lulu while it rains outside.  

Jackie

cosesmom

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Keith,
You are not alone. I haven't had a visit from my sweet Termy since I let him go. I am hoping that seeing a spiritualist tomorrow night that he will come to me. If not I just know that deep in my heart he is all around me. When I go out at night to find his star and it's cloudy I am so disappointed but then the clouds part and there it is, HIS STAR. I know it's his way of communicating to me and it helps the loneliness of missing him. Not having a dream about our babies isn't a bad thing,I think they communicate with us in other ways. 

Jackie, I am so sorry you were having a bad day. We are here for you, anytime. It's so terribly hard sometimes when you feel alone. Alone is how we feel now that our babies have gone onto the bridge. Shame on your vet! You are hurting and to bring up something like that is just wrong. Taking you back to that day isn't going to help you heal.

Diane, I hope you are doing better to. Brandy was a lucky girl. You are right, getting them (ashes) back home does help. It's not the same as having them but it a start of closure. I cried when they handed me Termy's ashes and could hardly say "thank you".

Jada's mom. I know how you and everyone here feels. Your grief is fresh and tears fall so unexpectedly. I used to break out and sob uncontrollably. It's been almost nine months since I said good bye and I still shed tears but I don't sob anymore(yet). Hang in there the good memories will over shadow the hard ones.

Kerry, your other dogs know and they are sad too. But remember they live in the moment and live all those moments to the fullest. They grieve but their lives are so short I feel they feel they need to move forward. They feel your sadness but are trying to help you. Tears are a way of healing.

I am going to ask Termy tonight to take care of all of your babies. I know Dakota has taken him under his paw to care for and guide him. So maybe by asking our babies can all get together and talk about how much we meant to them and all the love they shared with us.

Always here for you all
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom (Bonnie)
JackieTeller

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Thank you ALL for being here for me.  Miss Rosie was my princess.  I just had a meltdown...I used to let Lulu lick Rosie's bowl after Rosie had finished eating.  Now I let her use Rosie's bowl and tell her it's okay...Rosie wouldn't mind.  So I fixed her food (she usually is a enthusiastic eater) and look down to see her standing by Rosie's bowl just looking at it.  I broke down.  

Keith, please don't feel bad about the vet.  You are not a killer.  I had Rosie in there 3 times in the past couple months and kept telling them something wasn't right.  When she finally went in the third time and they let her go after a few hours, I felt like they should have at least kept her overnight for monitoring.  But I was grateful to bring her home.  Less than 2 days later, here I am driving to the emergency clinic with Rosie in my lap, literally gurgling because she couldn't breathe.  The vet at the emergency clinic said they let her go too soon but...in the end..she was at least 16 and had been going downhill for several months.  

I am also going to a psychic fair this weekend and am going to ask about Rosie.  God I miss that little dog!  

CELEBRATION OF THE LIFE OF ROSIE TELLER

Wandering jack Russell of Kirkland, wa

Spring 2002 – may 18,2018

 

Rosie:  Where do I begin?  I’m sure I made my presence known.  Mama wanted to handwrite this but I told her nobody could read her handwriting and it’s about ME.  I’m Rosie, the little Jack Russell terrier that roamed Kirkland with my mama for several years.  Many of my friends and neighbors said I looked like the RCA Victor dog.  I knew all my pals, Gus, Tank and Harvey.

My Mama loved me very much.  She loved me so much that she provided a great life for me.  She always made sure I got the best.  I loved my Mama very much and it gives me such pain to see her grieving.  Mama, I will never leave you.  I will always be in your heart.  Please know that I am in a better place and you did the right thing; even though it hurt so bad for you.    

I loved to chase squirrels, eat dirt, and chase soccer balls along the beach. I loved to sit in Mama’s lap while driving, hang my head out of the window on a warm summer day, walk in mud and….above all…walk.  Mama and I must have walked a hundred miles in Kirkland.  I was always in the lead and if I saw a squirrel….WATCH OUT!  I loved to clean Mama’s dinner plate for her.  I miss my two sisters, LuLu and KitKat.  I’m counting on both of you to take care of Mama.

Time passes and I got older.  Everyone said I still looked like a puppy but Mama and I knew I was getting older.  Sadly, in the end I was diagnosed with congestive heart failure.  Mama did everything she could to help me but I had such a big heart and I used it up!  I knew it was time to go home.

So Mama and I had a talk the night before.  The picture of me is the night before I crossed the Rainbow Bridge.  She told me how much she loved me.  She told me how I made her a better person.  She told me all the things she was grateful for.  But Mama also said if I was ready, she would accept that.  

I had just gotten out of the hospital less than two days before.  When Mama work up at 6 a.m. on May 18th, the next morning, and saw I couldn’t breathe…we both knew it was time.  She rushed me to the emergency vet and I asked Mama to let me go.  I was so scared.  She let me sit on her lap one last time. She told me how wonderful I was and I would have friends and siblings at the Rainbow Bridge.  I tell my mama don’t cry but it is hard.  I had a good life.

Mama (Jackie):  My heart breaks with Rosie’s passing.  I have cried and cried.  I know she is free now and can do all the favorite activities she loved to do when she was younger.  She can now run like the wind, chase squirrels, lay in the sunshine, and run along the beach.   I will love you forever my little feisty companion who was with me through thick and thin.  I know you are in a better place although my heart breaks.  In time, the grief will lessen but you will always be a part of me and I know I will see you again. 

 This is a remembrance letter I wrote above.  Sorry this is so long.

Rosie's Mom, Jackie   I'll figure out how to post a picture of her.

diane772

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Dear Jackie, What a wonderful letter. As I was reading it tears came to my eyes and I could picture Brandy doing all those things, it gives me comfort to think she is doing them with Rosie. Thank you so much. I know that the grief is supposed to lesson in time but I don't think it ever will. I pray that everyone is doing alittle better but I can understand how you are all feeling. Coming here helps me so much, all my new friends are so caring. I pray you all find some peace in your lives. Diane Brandy's mom
Barefoot1

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Wow powerful i cant even finish reading (im at work)
and crying isnt allowed here. That sounds like ROSIE and MISS B would have been the best of friends. You have put into words from a point of view i needed. Thank you i can see MISS B writing the same words. Thank you thank you i so needed that,as soon as i can finish it. To powerful for work....thank you so much my good friend.
Barefoot1

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Im sorry to stay on here but i ha e tried sapress MISS N's last day. That has gotten to me like nothing else i cant do this at least for awhile. B's last xay was horrible that is exactly what B would have written. It hurts so much. Friends keith.
Barefoot1

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I apologize for the terrible spelling i was driving. I meant to say Jackie that has really gotten to me. That is what MISS B would have written about her last day. I then i cant stop thinking of that day. I have tried to hide that as far back in my mind as i could . i guess it had to be brought out. It has made me a mess. But thank you Jackie.
JackieTeller

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Keith, 

Maybe this is a break through for you.  Suppressing your feelings about Miss B's last day only makes it harder.  It is important for you to heal.  Miss B would not want her daddy to be so sad.  She looks like a feisty little character.

I understand needing a break.  I am going to a support group in Seattle tonight for those of us who have lost our furbabies.  

God Bless you all and try to have a good day.  Kitkat is sitting in Rosie's bed right now.  Actually it was a community bed (they all used) but I can hear Rosie saying, "that darn cat is in my bed again!"

Jackie, Rosie's Mama
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Dear Jackie, I wonder if you know what a wonderful thing you did today. You helped Keith feel feelings that he was holding back and you helped me smile alittle thinking of Brandy playing with Rosie and Miss B. Termy is playing and they are all welcoming Jada. Keith I am so hopeful for you, releasing some of your pain. I pray everyone has a quiet evening and a peaceful one. Take care everyone Diane
Barefoot1

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Yes very true i havent wanted to think about that terrible day. My strong little girl had become so weak a shell of herself. I want to scream when i think about her like that. She was a very proud little girl and to see her go to the bathroom on herself and have to clean her just destroys me. But i have started to think abou it. Im not sure i really can. Rest in piece my baby, daddy loves you so much.
JackieTeller

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Hi Keith, 

The same is true with my precious Rosie.  I had to get Lulu's vaccination records yesterday to have her glands done (at a different vet) and I'm looking through this huge pile of vet receipts and they're almost all for Rosie.  Her first visit for the heart failure was the 22nd of February.  She passed May 18th, four weeks ago today.  My baby didn't last even 3 mos.  

I went to the Pet Support Group, stoically sat there and talked about Rose and didn't even cry really.  Then when the meeting was over I had a meltdown.  I knew I had taken on too much yesterday and battling Seattle traffic to get to this meeting 30 minutes late didn't help.

In the end, I have to remember the good times.  Yes, I have to grieve her final months but it does me no good to dwell on it or I sink into a huge depression.  I spent most of today on the couch.  Four weeks ago my baby girl.  Mama is crying but I hope the therapist helps tomorrow.  

Good Night Everyone and let's have sweet dreams of our babies, not sad ones.
diane772

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I will never get that day out of my head. Brandy did not want to give up, she kept breathing so the vet had to give her another shot. Before the second shot the vet told me I could leave because Brandy didn't know that I was there but I couldn't. I had to be with her at the end.I had to make sure it was done properly. I never trusted anyone to take care of her. I remember that before the second shot I wanted to scream I HAVE CHANGED MY MIND___STOP, but I just kept telling myself it was best for Brandy. Grief is such a topsy turvy ride. One moment you are ok and the next someone is ripping your heart out. Thank you for listening. Diane Brandy's mom
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Thanks yall couldnt do this without you. I hope Gizzy's mom is doing better havent heard from her lately. I hope everyone is doing better. Diane you seem like the strength of the group. Jackie if you took on to much game a step back as i am doing. Termy'mom i am praying for for both of us to see our babies somehow in a dream. I have to know B is ok. In my job im supposed to be in control, its good i can just sit and be sort of out of control for a bit. I hope at least you ladies can understand. Thanks so much. Your good friend keith.
cosesmom

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To all of my friends,
Keith, Jackie, Diane, Kerry and Jada's mom
I went to have a reading from a spiritualist on Thursday and it was wonderful. I can't believe what she was being told by Termy's spirit.

She asked if I had any questions and this is what I asked of her.
Is my dog happy and safe? I didn't tell her that Termy was a boy. She answered back that she sees 'him' doing something with his paws, like waving. She asked does this make any sense? I said, yes. He used to sit and beg and wave both paws in the air. She said "him". Then she asked if I did something with his ears, I said yes that I used to rub his ears when he was next to me. He told her he loved that very much. Then he told her I fed him to much. I thought he was saying this because he loved food and would eat until he was stuffed but the more I think of it, I am sure he was talking about the last time he was able to eat just days before I let him go. I gave him a cupcake and some cheese and begged him to eat. But that night he wasn't able to keep it down and threw up. And lastly, my sister was there when he crossed over and he went into her arms. She also said he was next to me, all the time, in spirit. When I feel a gentle touch or a brush against my arm or leg, it's him and he is on the bed with me at night. She also said that I do dream and he does come to me but I don't remember the dreams because they are in my subconscious. But I do have visits from him I just don't see him or remember the dreams. I feel at peace now. I know he is safe and happy. I can smile now.

I wanted to share this with all of you. Hoping that we all remember and know that our babies are with us in spirit form and have never left us.
Love and doggie hugs
 Bonnie
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Im glad you found good news Bonnie. I think Miss B must be upset at the way she passed. I gave her medicine for her back legs to make her feel better and that probably what killed her. She probably wont forgive me. But i am truely happy you found out good news. Keith.
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Dear Bonnie, thank you for the telling of your experience. It gives me hope that Brandy is with me. Thank you Keith for saying I am the strength but the truth is you all give me strength. I could never had made it this far without all of you. I have a bond with all of you I never thought possible what with not knowing you personally. Maybe that is why I feel so close to you because I know you will not pass judgement or try to tell me what to do to get over this. You just tell me what you are doing to cope and it helps me. Thank you again to everyone. Diane
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Dear Keith,Please stop blaming yourself. We all have regrets and blame ourselves. Please remember dogs do not hold grudges or place blame. That is a human emotion. Dogs only know love and caring. I know it is impossible to stop feeling guilty, I feel it everyday. I keep telling myself Brandy is not mad at me. I made mistakes in her last days but I remember she was not herself at all. She needed someone to help her and being her mom I had to be her voice. Please be strong, I will say a prayer for you tonight. Diane
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I hope everyone had a good a weekend at least as good as possible. Bonnie i wish we had spiritualist around here,but we dont. I would love to ask about MISS B but i suppose i'll just have to wonder.Rosie's mom dont give up go back to the support group it will help to be with like minded people. To everyone thanks for the help Diane,jackie and jada's mom. Remember time is supposed to heal. Havent heard from kerry lately so maybe she has found her peace..i hope. Stay strong friends we can do this...Keith..
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Dear Keith you sound better, I know we all have highs and lows. Today you are on the high side and I hope it will last for you. I pray everyone else is finding some peace. Tonight we are supposed to have thunder storms and Brandy was so afraid of them. I was just talking to my mom on the phone and we were discussing the weather, she said at least Brandy wouldn't be afraid anymore. What she doesn't understand is I would give anything to have her with me so I could console her. That is why I come here because you all understand what I am feeling and give me help with it. Thank you so much, I can never say thank you enough. Diane
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Keith,
I had a pretty good weekend. I have seen Termy's star every night and I talk to him and thank him for coming to me via the spiritualist. I finally feel at peace and the guilt is almost gone. I plan to go see the spiritualist one more time and ask a few more questions just for my peace of mind. Time does heal but we all need to find a way to cope that makes sense to us and helps us heal. What I did, seeking professional help and a spiritualist may not be right for everyone but it did wonders for me. I pray that you, Kerry, Diane and Jada's mom can find a way to make you feel better and heal.

Diane, you are so correct. There are so many highs and lows when we experience a loss a deep as ours. Right now I am on the high side but that is not to say I could break down and remiss for awhile. I am so sorry that thinking of thunderstorms and Brandy hurts you deeply. I know you would give anything to sit with her and sooth her fears just as I would gladly clean up Termy's accidents and carry him down the steps just one more time. I know exactly how you feel.

I want all of you to know, even if I am feeling better about Termy I will never not be here for all of you. We are in this together for ever.
Love and doggie hugs
Termy's mom
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Hello, 

I am in a really bad space today.  I saw the spiritualist and it helped tremendously and he described some accurate things about Rosie.  He told me Rosie was okay and playing at home with Lulu with a tattered orange ball.  He also said Rosie was very worried about me and Lulu and wanted me to get another dog.  I can't!!  Not now.  I came home and the rugs were scattered and here was a torn up orange ball.  I miss my Rosie so bad.  I had a paw print made and "fancied" it up and he said how much Rosie enjoys the paw print and my touching it several times a day.  He said she sleeps on the bed with me every night and really likes the little table with her momentos I set up in the bedroom because she wants to be in my bedroom every night.  The guy was so right on....but I miss my baby.  Lulu has a horrendous case of hot spots and I feel drained.
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Dear Termy's mom, Thank you for your understanding. That is why I come here. I am so glad you are feeling better and I hope your low moments will be fewer from now on. To Jackie, I am very happy for you that you got some answers about Rosie. I understand how you feel about another dog, I so miss having a dog here to walk with or just to come home to. If I really dig deep into my heart though it is Brandy I am missing. To Keith I hope things are going ok for you. Everyone have a quiet and peaceful evening. Diane
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Hey everyone, the news sounds good Termy's mom and Jackie. Like Diane i hope you are on the road to true happiness again. Diane i hope you feel the presents of Brandy maybe during the storms you had or when yo walk around outside. Brandy,just like Termy and Rosie would want their ladies to be happy. Myself im trying to imagine the same about Miss B. I wish i could go to a spiritualist oh how nice it would be to hear that my girl is doing good. I havent seen her in a dream or felt her presents. Maybe someday,until then its just more of the same. Yall have a good night a say good night to your babies for they are there. Thank you Keith.
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I am in a low spot today.  I miss my Rosie so much! My heart is breaking.  I truly don't know if I want to stay in Seattle, I don't have a job and I am doing LuLu and KitKat an injustice by not giving them the attention they need.  I don't understand.  It was one month ago on June 18th that Rosie died and if anything, my grief is getting worse.  I don't know what to do.  The medium helped but I want my baby back.  I have no friends here and you guys and the support group here are the only help I have.  Everybody is so busy trying to make money in Seattle; the town has changed and I miss the old Seattle.  Please pray for me as I need help.

Rosie's Mom, Jackie
diane772

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Dear Jackie, I will say a prayer for you tonight. I wish I could say something to ease your pain, all I can do is understand what you are feeling. I would like to say it will get better but I can't be sure but what I can say is you gave Rosie a wonderful life and she loves you for that. To Keith, if you really think about it, Miss B has come to you. If you remember Bonnie said she was told when you feel a light touch it is your baby. I am sure you have felt a very light touch, I know I have and it gives me comfort to think it is Brandy saying hello. Please take care everyone, Diane
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Jackie ive stopped talking to people about Miss B everyone has moved on i guess. Even my family that claims they loved her so much. Im actually pretty upset about that. She was part of the family. I know how you feel i lost my girl on april 17th and i would have thought by now i could cope but that hasnt happened yet. Jackie yall had the kind of relationship i had with B,that is she was one of a kind. Even though my family has gotten me another dog she is no Miss B. All of us are praying for you. Ove never met people that love their babies as much as i love mine. Please remember the good times thats what i am trying to do. WE are always here for you. To best friends Keith.
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Jackie,
I hope your doing better today. Im sitting at work and started looking at pics of B. I know how you feel,and i can really say i do. Its been 2 months since i lost B and i still cant believe shes gone. I never thought a person could die from a broken heart but i can now see how it could be possible. Never give up, i have been so bad its like im a zombie, but i keep going thru the motions. Diane i hope you are doing good i hope somebody is. We are here for each other, i had a bad weekend last week but now im a little better i still want my baby back. Jackie, Rosie is part of you you will always have her in your heart and she will give you a sign every so often toet you know that. Please dwell on the good times i am. If you get to the point were you think there is no hope please just call me 1-803-609-4561. That goes for you to Diane. Send me a text i dont have voice mail and sometimes its hard to get thru. Itmay even say its not a working number but text me and i will call you back as soon as i can. Best friends Keith.
diane772

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Thank you Keith, I will keep your number. I know how you feel about the broken heart, I don't think mine will ever be whole again. It is good you can look at Miss B's pictures, it does help. I am surrounded by Brandy's pictures and I find myself talking to her, telling her about my day and I even pat her. I know I am turning into a crazy lady but it gives me some peace. I can understand about your family, mine have moved on too. No one wants to hear how I am feeling. So now I just wear a smile when they are around and say everything is good. They can't imagine still feeling horrible after 4 months. I have lost other pets in my life but none have crushed me like loosing Brandy. She was my soul mate in puppy form. She always knew how I was feeling and knew exactly what I needed. I will continue to pray for you and we will get through this together. your friend Diane
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jackie, let us know how your doing worried about ya.

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