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I have always wondered how people found the wherewithal to post about saying goodbye to their pets. Where did they come up with the strength to put a post together?
I have now learned how to do it.
We came home on Friday to find our dog, Duke, could not stand up. We scooped him up in a sheet and took him to the vet. After lots of tests, it was found he had cancer and 24 hours later we had to say goodbye.
Duke was our family’s dog, but I was his person. Have you ever been a dog’s person? I had never been a dog’s person until I met Duke. For me, it was an incredible, wonderful, soulful experience. He was the perfect balance of a fierce protector yet playful and harmless with us and anyone who came into our home. Never did someone meet him who didn’t like him. I am heartbroken that he is gone. He was incredible. I will miss him forever.
Although I’m never one to post much about myself, as I moved through the next 48 hours after losing Duke, I felt stuck with social media. How could I keep posting for work, and pictures on Instagram, without sharing this beautiful creature? And who, with his loss, has created a huge gaping hole in our world.
So, back to the question – How do people come up with the strength to post about saying goodbye to their pets? I learned when you are fortunate enough to be graced with the presence of a dog that awesome, you want to share him with the world and you find the strength to post about saying goodbye because he deserves it.
I love you Handsome.
Scanning the High Point Market Furniture Preview Guide I ran into this beauty by Bellini Modern Living and WOW – This is not your dad’s recliner!
Naturally I went looking for more and found their website
Furniture design and what people come up with can keep me captivated for days. I am so impressed with how this doesn’t look like every other recliner. I like the look and style of the low back sofa and yet a recliner with full back support. It’s the best of both worlds – Stylish and functional. Modern and classic. Awesome.