I can completely understand where you are coming from. I lost 2 family dogs within a 6mths / 1 year of each other. It is a terrible feeling of emptiness and sadness because you remember the good times you had. I can tell you that it does get easier as time goes on. It took me about
6 months to get used to the idea. The last dog we lost was cremated and she will have her ashes scattered in a special place in Scotland, UK (When my mum eventually goes!). Right now she sits in a casket on the front room table and every time I return from Uni, I always make sure I say hello.
I guess the moral to the story is that time is a wonderful healer.
Everyone has a guardian angel. They help pick you up when you fall, comfort you through your times of need and help you appreciate the times when things are going well.
"A gold medal is a wonderful thing. But if your not enough without it, you will never be enough with it." - Irvine Blitzer (John Candy) in Cool Runnings
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