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mw0263

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It's been a really tough day today.  I don't know why but I just can't stop sobbing.  My heart is breaking and I really miss my girl.  Nothing really going on just the grief that I'm trying to deal with but can't seem to get a handle on it.  It will be three weeks on Sunday that I lost my baby.  I had such a connection with that dog and I can't believe that it is gone.  I feel beaten by this grief today and I just want my dog back.  If only that could happen.  I sure hope it gets easier, just trying to take one day at a time and today is not a good one.  I am just so sad.  I hope soon to be able to sit with my memories and be happy that she was in my life because I know that I was extremely lucky to have her.  It's just the pain of losing her that I am sitting with now, it feels unbearable. 

Comet - I miss you more than I could ever say.  You were my best friend and I will always love you.



 I love you my precious dog.
mollyboltsmom

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I am so sorry that you lost your precious Comet.
Sad to say, things will get better, and then comes a trigger and things go sad all over again.
Comet sure is a beauty. When you can, share some of the happy memories. Helps us here as well as you.
Peace to everyone mourning their lost furbabies tonight.
Molly's Mom
Andee

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I'm so sorry, but I know what you feel.  My precious baby was suddenly
taken from me in March and he is all I think about.  I cry myself to
sleep and I cry when I wake up and I cry during the day. Everything
reminds me of him. He was the most important thing in the world
to me, I loved him so so much. It's very hard. When we love
someone that much I don't think we ever get over it or
even accept it.  There are some of us here who are still
wondering how we are going to go on without them.

~~Andee   
Benniesmom

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It will be 3 weeks for me on Sunday, also.  I feel the same as you, as we all do here - we just want our precious angels back.  Sadly, all we have left are our beautiful memories and blessings that they touched our lives.

Hugs to you and hopefully with time it will get a little better.

HelenY

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mw-- I understand your feelings.  They're called "waves of sadness".  I've said they're more like TIDAL waves of sadness.  It's been over 7 months for me and I still have those moments where I can't stop the tears from flowing.  I talk to my Teddy all the time and just today I said to her, " how will I live the rest of my life without you, Ted?"  I've had a hard time accepting that  the most.  I could be doing the most mundane chore, and all of a sudden I'll think about her and how she would be right there with me.  I just hope that some day the peace will take the place of the grief.

       Many thoughts and prayers going out to you and all of us here who suffer from our tragic losses.

                                      Teddy's Mom
    
WooWooWoo

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Oh, mw. three weeks is still SO FRESH.  The pain is so intense at that time, dear friend.  I am so sorry you are suffering so, but unfortunately this is all part of that treacherous path of grief we start down the moment we say farewell to our little ones.  It is so hard.  That is why it is so important to post, to vent, to share your feelings about your beloved Comet.  We will be here for you.

Sending big hugs and prayers,
Melissa
Betsy's forever momma
JasminesMom

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When I read your post, I could have written those words myself.  Even after a year, I still have those overwhelming grief moments, when like you, all I want is my dog back.

I also had a deep connection with my Jasmine and I know have come to accept, I will miss her, for the rest of my days, here on earth.  I also have come to accept the moments of grief and despair that come from that profound loss.  Also, like you, I know I lost my best friend the day she passed, so I don't expect to ever really get over it.

I'm so sorry you're having a rough day, but please know you're not alone and we are all here for you.

               Hugs to you, JasminesMom (Kathy)

Nancee

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Comet is so sweet to look at. I could see how you would just love her. It's hard and painful and I think there's no way around it. You almost have to just accept that you're gonna feel crappy and that eventually, it will ease up. Take care.

basil

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Just when we think that we are feeling a bit better, we get a rotten day.  So sorry, I hope that you will feel better soon.  Love Di xxx

mssavion

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Your Comet is beautiful, a golden ray of sunshine, and I surely can see how she became your heart and soul.....they leave such a void in our lives when they leave for the Rainbow Bridge, I too lost a lovely golden girl, and the ache is still there after 10 months.   Three weeks is such a short time in the grieving process, the pain is still so new and so raw.  I remember those first weeks very well, and at that time I really could not imagine ever feeling "normal" again.   Peace will eventually come to you, just take things one day at a time, and mourn at your own pace, in your own way.  This loss is probably one of the hardest most of us will have to go through in our lives, and we need a lot of time to recover.  I feel your pain and sadness, and hope you find comfort in the wonderful memories of your beloved Comet.  Hugs from Houston, MsSavion

Precious Nike, how I miss you!   Ten months of wanting you in my arms, 10 months of remembering how it used to be....Please find beautiful Comet, and show her around the bridge.  Looks like you two would have a lot in common.  Mommy loves you more than anything little doe, always remember that.  xooxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

Rosie

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I am so sorry that you are hurting so much right now.
I feel you pain as if it were my own. I just lost my baby a week and a half ago and sometimes the pain just feels so overwhelming. I haven't for one  minute stopped thinking about him and I truly wonder how I earth am I going to be able to go on without him.
I keep trying to tell myself that my angel is in a happy place with no more pain and that he understands that I let him go to the rainbow bridge because I love him more that the world.
I am sure Comet knows that too.
I pray that things get better for you and all of us who are hurting.
(((HUGS)))

rupertsmum

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So sorry you are feeling so sad.  I can relate to that.  I have two faces, the one I have when the family are around (They are over it) and the way I am when I am alone.  Sad and crying.  Rupert died 20 weeks ago on Monday and sometimes I have trouble remembering the things he did so I wrote his biography story of his life.  I wrote everything, his traits and all the things he did.  I have enlarged his photos and talk to him all the time.  I have so wanted to have him back but I know it will never happen and that makes me so sad.  When you have a really sad day you can email me  on lizziejane@clear.net.nz  and we we can be sad together.  Other people don't understand this overwhelming loss.  Ruperts Mum 

mw0263

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Thank you all for your replies.  This site is truly a wonderful place.  Although it is difficult to read some of the post without crying the love that comes from them is just mind blowing.  I know that my Comet helped me find you all to help me through this.  She would always be there to help me when life threw me a curve ball and things got difficult.  For now I have this site to help with the curve ball thrown at me over the loss of my beloved Comet.

Words can not express my thanks to you all.

Margaret
JerryC

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I too found this site and all the wonderful people here, total strangers ready to offer us their hugs and prayers during the loss of our Chihuahua Peaches. The anniversary dates are hard and I just pasted the three week time frame last week. I think about our departed Peaches each and every day and like you and so many others will continue too for the rest of my life. She is always with me in my heart. God Bless and may tomorrow bring you and so many others a better day.---Jerry in Oklahoma.

Mary

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My heart aches for you and Comet.  I know the pain you are feeling and I only wish I could help.  Comet is very beautiful and I know you gave all the love you had to Comet. 
I hope Comet will meet my Meister who passed on 6/6/08.  I wonder around the house with his picture and cry most of the day.  The pain is unbearable and I know how you heart aches.

I will pray for you and Comet.  You will meet again in happiness.
Mary
Becky57

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There is nothing much I can add to what the others have said. The pain is beyond anything I have ever known.  Everything I do is a chore.  There is no joy left.......I read the messages here every morning and it only confirms what i know in my heart.....for most of us it is the worst pain we have ever known.  I am sorry you are having such a bad time.

katrs09

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You've been so very helpful to me, and I just want to let you know that you are in my prayers.I hope that Sadie and Comet are playing right now as we speak. The other day I was talking to my mom and I thought of something that was comforting. We took Sadie to this thing called the Dog Days of Summer where she could run around and swim and play with other dogs. Well, we could tell that she wanted to run and play with the others, but most of them were younger and much faster so she could not keep up, eventually she gave up and played on her own with us. Now that she's crossed the Rainbow bridge she's able to play and chase other dogs with no limitations. I'm still very heartbroken, but these random thoughts help and feel like Sadie is up there telling me that I should not grieve for her so because she's in a better place. I know that your beautiful Comet is up there too and wants you to know that she's happy now.-Kathleen




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