- - Where is aunt Kymmie?
Where is aunt Kymmie?
Anyone heard from Kymmie?
|Romad ||03-18-2011 01:46 PM |
Looks like she's taking a little break from the forum. We sure do miss her don't we?
|fish joey ||03-18-2011 08:46 PM |
one of her dogs, I believe has been very ill.. perhaps that is why, she has been away I know it must be VERY hard to deal with, my heart goes out to her
|willow ||03-19-2011 06:56 PM |
hope she's ok.
I also hope all is well with Kymmie and her lovely dog.
|DKRST ||03-19-2011 11:41 PM |
Last PM to me said she had some looming deadlines - got to have funds to support the fishes...!
|aunt kymmie ||03-21-2011 11:57 AM |
Hi guys, sorry I was gone without a word. I didn't feel much like talking as I was curled up in a ball of depression after having to put my dog Doc down last week after the cancer progressed to where it was going to start causing him pain. He was a great dog and I'm missing him VERY much. I'm feeling a little better now, the last week was pretty hard on me. These were the last pictures I have of the two of us together, this was taken about three weeks ago, feels like only yesterday.
I still cry looking at these pictures.
|Romad ||03-21-2011 12:21 PM |
Sob! :cry: :cry:
Hope you're doing a little better. Doc was a sweet beautiful dog and loved his life with you very much.
He's not suffering and never did because you cared enough not to prolong his life to the point where he would.
You were lucky to have each other. Hugs and talk to you soon ( ) ( ) ( )
|DKRST ||03-21-2011 12:22 PM |
I'm sorry for your loss. Each time I lose a dog, I swear I won't get another. However, the joy they bring to our lives, and the joy they get from making us happy - even though too-short-lived, makes the pain of losing a companion animal worth it.
Remember the happiness you shared!
:BIGweepy: It's a hard thing .
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