survivor.. but still here
Monday morning ... Pat, how are you?
The pain of being left behind is a crushing burden to bear and my heart goes out to you.
This is a very great pain that was spared Diane, a pain she would have had to bear should
you have gone before her, since we all have an appointed time. This is your final gift to her,
your final sacrifice, that you are the one who was chosen to bear this burden and she was spared it.
My heartfelt prayers are with you that you remain strong, as she always knew you to be,
and counted on you to be, until you are reunited. God bless you, Pat.
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i had wished that diane would go before me so she would have to suffer the pain of my loss
had i died first. the burden would have crushed diane into oblivion as she depended on me
to not let her go and help her through her life and i helped her every bit of the way. pat
So nice to have you here on Pet Talk. Love reading your heartfelt message to the pets!
thie profile pix is pat in my star trek uniform. pix was taking approx 1995.. i am getting older now. have less teeth and starting to wrinkle a bit. age in pix 48 and age now 66. =/\= 20120701.1244
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Originally Posted by phesina
I am so sorry. Deepest sympathy on this sad anniversary for you. I hope you will also enjoy some memories of the wonderful times you and he shared.
What a fine-looking fellow David is! He is healthy and happy again, waiting at the Rainbow Bridge to greet you, One Fine Day..
thank you.. pat
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