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poseypom

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Even though it’s been over three months since I lost my Callie, I still am in a state of denial. I am waiting for her to return. My house is still “Callie” ready. Her water and food bowls have not moved. Her collar is still in the same place as well as the medications I gave her.
I am trying so hard to get on with my life but I find it so hard. I decided to go for a walk the other day but it
Was so difficult because I remembered all of her sniff and pee spots and just couldn’t go on walking.
Now I am living between denial and terrible grief.
This is not a great place to be..
All words of support are greatly appreciated .
Thanks, Callie’s mommy......
cosesmom

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Dearest Callie's mom,
I have been where you are now. It's very hard. My beloved Termy has been gone for over two years and I just recently put away his harness. I recently did this because I adopted another fur baby. ( with Termy's help). My new one will never replace Termy in my heart but he has eased my sadness. (I'm not suggesting you get another, just explaining myself) You will go on as if your are expecting her home for a while, it's natural. It all depends on each individual persons healing. There is nothing wrong with holding onto all those little things that spark a memory. Your grief will last for a while, this is normal but try to let go of the grief. It'll darken the good memories and you will need the good to shine through. I know Callie wants you to try to be happy, this was her legacy to you. All those years she taught you things that will help you continue the journey in life. She is still at your side, not in a phyical form but in spirit, her soul never left. Remember the journey. You mentioned you couldn't continue your walk because of her sniff and pee spots, not to worry one day you will be able to take that same walk with her in your heart and see those places she sniffed and smile. I have a tree in the park where Termy and I walked for over 16 years and at first when I would pass this tree I would cry, now when I pass this tree I smile and tell Termy I love you. There is no reason to ever put those things away, if this is what makes you feel better. We all do things just to cope and if this helps you cope than it's okay to do it.
Remember Callie loves you
Love and peace to your broken heart
Termy's mom
poseypom

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Thank you so much for your loving words of support.
I hope that Termy and Callie are playing together at the Rainbow Bridge and hopefully we will both see them there one day.
Love Callie's mom
Lulusmom

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I lost my Lulu on 10/19 and everything you wrote, was exactly how I feel. I had lulu for 16 years and had to put her down due to her body not being able to walk well and terrible arthritis pain. The guilt and sadness wont leave me. I just have to believe our babies will be waiting for us after we are done living our lifes. The bond is too strong. Sending hugs your way 

Lulus Mom
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