For the past year, I haven't had the words I want to express. To share in the pain of losing Silver and the joy of bonding with her kids on a deeper and strengthened level.
I don't know how to tell you of the strides we are making, in some of the most complex areas of our four dog's life. I always feel so guilty for not being able to write about them for they have become of lives now. I can not count the number of times I've sat down at my computer with great intent to share a particular event only to have it all vanish the minute my fingers pose over the keys.
I've also discover that the words aren't going to just come to me like before. No it seems I have to work through them to find where I am going.
So I'm pushing through...
To show you the miracles that are happening every day at the 24 Paws of Love. The incredible relationships that are happening with Brut and Silver's kids. And all the trials and errors that we go through on a daily basis.
I guess I feel like it is my comeback song. I want the records I have of Chance, Fiona, Blaze and Zappa like I do for Brut and Silver. I want to look back and have all those memories written down, not only to share with you, my dear readers, but for me as well.
I'm tired of mourning. Not that it isn't going to happen. This will be our first Christmas without Silver and I don't expect it will be easy. Just like when her year anniversary comes about in January, I expect to have a mourning period.
I don't want to miss out on our time with the these beautiful, wonderful dogs and not have those memories stored away, so I can look back some day after they are gone and know they got their equal time on the blog.
So if you can bear with me as I push through my obstacles, we'll get the 24 Paws of Love blog rolling! And with more pics. I'm so far behind on my photography! I'll share some of my discoveries about that after Christmas!
Love you guys!
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Current blog look inspired by and dedicated to Chance, Blaze, Fiona and Zappa who all kicked ass against cancer and liver disease.
Monday, December 18, 2017
Fighting through personal obstacles
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When I get behind on reading blog posts, I often skim without commenting. But just wanted to stop by to encourage you to keep telling your story. Unfortunately you're facing some sad parts of the story now. But I look forward to reading the new joyful moments that I know will be happening in 2018.
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