Some Really Big Things have happened here.
One day Jack left to go for a ride in the car. But He Didn’t Come Home. Mom cried a whole lot. I Licked Her And She Let Me!!!!!
That Very Same Day, I lost my collar. She said, “Where is Your collar? Did Jack take it to show Spec?”
Mom said, “Want to ride in the car?” We went to A Pet Store. There were lots and lots of smells there. There were People And Dogs walking around the store. Mom got me a new collar and Jingly Tags.
Every day, Mom takes me for a walk. Just her and me. We go Very Very far where I have never been before. We go Very Fast and we walk for a long time. I like long walks.
At night, mom tells me to sleep by her. I like sleeping by her. It keeps my nose warm. She said, “Arya, you got a promotion to #1 bed warmer.”
Every day is Very Quiet now. Except when Sweetie, the dog next door, comes outside. She always barks, “Hey! I am here! I am here!” And then I run outside through the door and I bark, “Hey! I am here, too!”
I miss Jack.
Until next time.
Awwww. Memories, even from afar. The kind that leak out of my eyes and run down my face.
Those long walks sound very good. Special time.
Precious…You two enjoy each other now…
I’m so sorry that Jack, your friend, had to go away. I know you have cheered your Mom up so much with your love and comfort.
It’s always good to have a furry friend to snuggle you and keep you warm. Good job, Arya!
Sending sweet thoughts to you and your ‘mom. We understand your mom’s and your missing Jack. You two just hold tight to each other. Love can help ease your broken hearts.♥
p.s. I miss Jack, too. I think of him and his family every day. Big gentle hug!
Arya and Beth, I’ve thought of you many times over these past days. Walking is good for the soul – both hooman and doggy. Snuggling is good too. Keep each other close… and I’ll keep you in prayer.
Arya, it must be so hard for you because you can’t understand where Jack is. I’m glad your nose is staying warm, but still. . . . Love from Curly’s mom.
Aw…..very touching…Thanking of you so often. Love, Arunima