Thank you: blueberrymuffin, LadyLynda0712, Krimpet, cd3764, Pirouette, Denikeef, Traveler, PeteZa, Deejavu, evianangel, Questing (multifacetedme), Girlie, and Mississippi Jane, and sebreg for all your kind words, hugs, and support. It truly means a lot to me. Thank you! And (( hugs)) back to those who have also lost loved ones.
It is so quiet in our house. When I first met my husband, he had an older female German Shepherd. We got married and moved into a house. I rescued a 5 year old kitty from our local humane society.
I only got to spend a couple of years with our female German Shepherd, until she got cancer and we had to put her to sleep. Then we got a 6 year old male German Shepherd. We had him for about
4 years. He passed away from heart failure.
Then we thought that we would get a puppy to watch him grow and have many wonderful years with him. We got him when he was 2 months old. When he was about
1 year old, our 10 year old kitty passed away. We always had a furry baby in our house, until now. :(
My husband and I never had children because I was always dealing with some sort of health issues. So, our pets became our furry children, our family.
So far, I am doing a little better today and not crying hysterically. I do know that I have to be careful with high emotions and stress, because this would always make my symptoms worse in the past. Last night, I had constant muscle spasms all over my body.
He was such a good dog. He didn't look at me weird on the days that I would lose my ability to talk, and the only "word" I could say was "muh". He would just look at me with his loving eyes and wag his tail.
He would lay next to me on the couch on the days that I was too weak to move. He would walk slower, and by my side on the days that my legs would be shaking uncontrollably and having a hard time walking.
He would lay his head gently on my lap on the days that I was suffering emotionally. It was like he was telling me everything is going to be okay, I am here for you.
Thank you so much everyone for your support <3
Misdiagnosed for 27 years. Below is my first thread.www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=3509506
Started to talk normal again May 2016
Still dealing with other symptoms
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