Originally Posted by Inga
For me, the worst thing was the stillness in the house. I would walk in and the silence was deafening. I have more then one dog and I can still feel that stillness when one goes to the bridge. My old girl was the hardest for sure.
Exactly how I feel, I keep waking up at nights checking the end of my bed, no Maxx. Walking around all day making sure I don't trip on my lil 'stalker' no one there, so many millions things and all the sudden there's just air around me instead of Maxx and no more lil 4 Paws that cick-click-click over the hardwood all day following me, the bed under my desk here...empty too.
We also have another dog, a gal Precious she's almost 12rs old, however its always been hubby's dog, while I care for her and love her, us 2 have just never been close, her & hubby are more the laid back couch kinda people and Maxx & I would ALWAYS be outside, 4 wheeling, hiking, just ACTIVE and Precious won't fill this gap.
I think right now really I want to concentrate on my baby, get the nursery ready and all that fund stuff and really the past 2 weeks have not been the happiest for this baby's little ears and I want to change this for good.
I know one day, one day something will happen and another dog will find me; just like Maxx found me few years after my Snoopy had passed. But like I told hubby that day ain't no where near in sight and its nothing you can 'force' it will happen.
In our case; where we live MANY city dogs get dropped off when unwanted/ too many pup's etc; so I'm very sure when Maxx feels its the right time for me, and see's the "right" pup roam around he'll send this pup to my house here, that I'm sure of.
Evenings are just sooo hard, thank god I found a new book release today from my fac Author to help me over these evenings now.
On a side note: Me having 3 empty fish tanks AND my ENTIRE stock of Cherry Shrimp & Killi fish wiped out to a sickness beyond control is REALLY not helping it