Re: Lost a friend . . . gained a friend

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by firefighterjake, Oct 24, 2011.

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  1. muncybob

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    The "not knowing" part must be real tough.

    But, that's one cute new friend you have there!
     
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    I am really sorry Jake. Sorry for your loss, and sorry I missed this post. I was gone to the doctor Monday (long trip, 6 hours) and missed it. I know your loss and it is real, and yes, harder than losing people sometimes. Our pets give their love, unconditionally, 100%. They never get mad at us, they are so loyal. It is so hard. I cry like a baby every time. My assistant chief lost his dog a while back and I thought we were going to have to bury him. When I lost my Maggie, I thought they would have to bury me. When I lose my Oggie they probably will. I know this is no comfort, but know that your grief is nothing to apologize for. Honored that you shared it with us. Wish we could help. Steve
     
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