Here we go again into another season without my Max. The grieving process is different for each individual, and for me, the first year is brutal with experiencing the change of seasons without him.
The Best Disinfectant
Over the weekend we were hoping to get some of that disinfecting UV light, but Saturday it rained all day. My brand new tulips enjoyed it though.
Confessions from Lock Down
I probably shouldn’t confess this out on a public forum, but here we go anyway . . .
After we said goodbye to our dog, Max . . . simply doing our regular routine felt like a knife to the gut. He was always there during every routine. It’s difficult to change things up, because I still needed to do all the same things I always did, only without him. I started to write a little about my routine, but how boring. I’ll just get to the point of this post.
Snow, Flowers, and Chiengora
So, this happened over the weekend. 👇
A Decade that Hurts
On May 24, 2019, I received a notification that it was my tenth anniversary with WordPress.
But, hold on.
I have not been blogging for ten years. I’ve been blogging for seven and a half years.
So, why did I get a ten year anniversary notification?
Memories Fade – A Tribute
The years keep ticking by. As of tomorrow, it’ll be nine of them since he left this world.
Memories fade. I hate that.
How did we Meet?
Have you ever met anyone online that became a good friend? If you’re a blogger, I’m guessing you probably have.
Faith in Things Unseen
I don’t understand a lack of faith in things unseen. Love is unseen, yet it goes on even after death. Why doesn’t love cease to exist if the person we love no longer exists?
by Lori (L. Virelli)
A Dog Who Once Lived …
. . . inspired a human to live a fulfilling life.