- 2 years ago
I feel like I’m dreaming. This can’t be happening. I just came back from a trip of a lifetime in Nicaragua and found out my dog passed away. She passed away when I was on the plane traveling down there. I didn’t even get to say goodbye. I didn’t get to hold her one last time.
It’s weird in the house now. It’s just a strange feeling. Like something’s missing. Places where she normally would lay look empty without her curly haired body.
Never again will I see her happy face. Never again will I feel her paw beat against my arm begging me to rub her belly. Never again will I see my best friend.
I still can’t believe she’s gone. I feel like in a matter of minutes she’ll come running through the door and give us all tons of kisses. Yet, that will never happen. She’s now up above, healthy and happy, running around with the other animals.
I’m glad she’s not suffering anymore. It sounded horrible - 3 tumors, bleeding out internally, couldn’t hold up her own body weight. A nightmare.
It’ll take some time, but we should all be fine. Soon, I hope, everything relating to Maggie will make me smile instead of cry. Laugh instead of sob. I hope I never lose all the good memories I had with her.
Rest In Peace Princess. We all love you. Forever and always <3
Ordinary. Typical. Usual. Average. Average height. Average weight. Average shoe size. Average life. Average average average average.
But, that’s going to stop.
Starting today. I will strive to be extraordinary, not ordinary. Be whoever I want to be even though there will be people along the way that judge me because of it. Life is full of mysteries and adventures. Why have I been ignoring them? Hiding from them? It’s going to stop. I am who I am. And no one will come in the way of me being me anymore.