I suppose it’s a good to focus on other things besides brain tumors and hereditary cancer syndromes. But, to be honest, today isn’t that day.
We had to put my cat to sleep on Saturday. I am devastated. Shredded. Torn up. Ruined. I cannot describe the intense bond I had with this boy. He had been abandoned, and in this past year we fed him and gave him shelter and love. It was only about 6 months ago, when we knew he was losing his eyesight, that we brought him in our house full time. He was loved. So, very loved.
I will miss you Shadow every moment of every day. Until I see you again. ❤
I’ve lived in the same house my entire life, for which I count myself very blessed.
Our neighbors have changed quite a lot over the years though.
I have a sweet memory I would like to share: When I was 6 years old, I had a friend named Ann who lived next door to me. We were both the same age and pretty inseparable.
I remember sitting on my kitchen counter in my house and she would do the same in hers. Since our kitchen windows faced each other we would talk to each other through them.
I loved doing that and love how these writing prompts can trigger long-lost memories. ❤
Tomorrow is 7 Day post op. I’m home from the hospital! Thankful and grateful for my healing. More soon.
It’s Fall y’all!
But seriously. I have begun steps to “turn over a new leaf” – and I can’t wait! If you’d like to come along for the ride, message me and I will give you the password for the protected posts.
Have a great weekend!