Thank you so very much for your heartfelt responses to my video. This is what I love most about this forum. Everyone speaks from their heart (authentic self) and allow an open space for all to share with free abandon. Rarely, really, have I have ever experienced this ANYWHERE! It's a special place with special people with whom I will never meet yet have such an affinity for.
I met my son, daughter-in-law and grandson today for lunch. My son lost his beloved pug about a year and half after I lost my Frecks. We were discussing how it seems like it's been years. Strange how that works.Although, the void and memories are very prominent in our minds. I'm sure you feel the same. Tomorrow it will be exactly 1 and a half years exactly since my dear one left. I bought pink carnations on my way home to sit on the fireplace next to his picture ..just another way of honoring him. It makes me feel better honestly. I am thinking of my conversation with my son today. I have never met anyone whom has lost someone without some kind of regret/s Most of us many. It is my belief only and you may take it or leave it. I just think of life here as a classroom and our biggest lesson is how to forgive others, but the biggie is how to forgive ourselves...We are sometimes hideous to ourselves as we go through the guilt process. I wonder sometimes if life is a lesson in forgiving ourselves totally and completely. Sometimes, I wonder ultimately what there really is to forgive? We do the best we can in the moment with where we are in life. Try to learn and move on. What more can possibly be asked. I think our furbabies may agree...Just random thoughts. Love to you all on this holiday weekend coming up...Prayers always for you and our lil ones... Betsy and Freckles :-)
It is within this unexplored territory of my heart in which I weep from the depth of my soul. It is also at same, the fountain of Light in which I now dare to seek.