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6 days ago ·
You know, it really sucks loosing something you love. You want it back but you can't get it. Moving on is the logical response to that but you can't. There's an emotional link that prevents you from doing that.
There's no control of anything.
It's like a ship. You sail it for so long you have to retire it at some point but you don't want to have those last moments with it. You remember all the good things and bad things about it.
It's hard, that's for sure.
My dog passed today. People are going be like "it's just an animal", remember that emotional link I mentioned earlier? Or have you ever heard about humans best friend?
With that said it hasn't even been 4 hours and I miss her. I had two dogs and it breaks my heart to see how the other has to go through a grieving time.
Death is not fair and it will never be fair. That's life and nature. One day you're here and the next you're gone. LIFE IS FRAGILE.
It only takes one second.
Hope is that one day you'll get to see them again but that is uncertain. You want to hug them one last time, touch them, see them. Hate to break it to you but it's impossible.
One important thing to remember is that death doesn't happen when you're not physically here anymore. Death happens when you stop being remembered so keep them alive. THAT you can control. Remember them and don't let them die, even if it's your dog.
Her name was Kimba. A fat brown pomeranian with no hair. She had some genetic disorder that caused some minor issues, the biggest of those being loss of hair. She was always down and ready to do whatever you wanted, but keep in mind she always needed time to play, sleep and eat. Beautiful dog, I love her.
I don't feel ready for what's next but I'm confident it'll be good, and when I reach the top I can thank Kimba as she was a small contribution to who I am today.
Thank you Kimba, so long. I assure you that I'll remember you.