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Two months today I lost my beloved dog. I grieve for her every hour of the day--I know it will never change.
So many new people on here-- so sorry for your losses. It is the worst pain I have ever known.
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Thinking of you, knowing how hard the two month marker is since your Beloved Little Girl went to the Bridge. I agree with you, it is the worst pain I've ever known too. I'm saying a special prayer for your Baby Girl. Love, Katharine, Grunt's Mom Forever
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I am sorry for your loss of your beloved dog. I know two months seems like an eternity. I think it is the worse pain for us, we love them so much. I think of my Nina every day, especially in this nice weather, she loved to sit out front under her tree. So sad. You will be in my prayers, Nina Maria's Mom
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I am thinking of you and sending up many prayers as you mark your beloved Libbie's Two Month BridgeDay. I know how unspeakably difficult her loss has been for you, and how terribly you have suffered. It IS the worst pain in the world. I just wanted you to know you are always in my thoughts. May your little Libbie's memory be a source of great comfort to you as you mourn. HAPPY TWO MONTH BRIDGEDAY, PRECIOUS LIBBIE. PLEASE LET YOUR MOM KNOW YOU ARE OKAY AT THE BRIDGE. SHE MISSES AND LOVES YOU SO. Hugs, Melissa Betsy's forever mom
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I can feel your pain in your post - I believe that the pain of losing our pets is by far the most intense and life-altering of emotions. It has been 20 months, and I still feel the heart-ache - I still miss Snuggy each and every day - and I still call out to him each evening, no matter the day, time, or hour...he will always be missed and loved. Inner peace to you. Hugs, Christine Snuggy's Mum
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It is the worst pain. I lost Herbie 13 1/2 weeks ago and I am still in bad shape. Even though we know we won't have them forever, it is still a shock when they are gone.
I can talk to no one about it, and my home life is now non-existent. My cats were my family, and after Belle died, Herbie and I clung to each other. Now that he has died, I am empty. I find it hard to get through each day and difficult to get basic things done in a day. My only hope is that when I looked at old posts from over a year ago in the archives, I don't recognize the names of the people from current posts, so it at least lets me know that they finally reached a point where they didn't need to come here anymore. So I am hopeful for all of us that we can get to that point of healing, even though we will love our babies forever. Herbie and Belle's Mom