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You have to let it out and every time you do it helps. At least Riley was there with you to help you through it. I believe animals can feel with you. They know when to hide when you are mad and when to commiserate with you when you are sad. When your wife gets home you both can have a few good cries and maybe have a few good laughs soon remembering your "awesome" dog too. It all helps the healing and we have all been there but as stated by David above "we don't know you like Anne - or your friends" so they can help you the most. We are with you and your family and will keep you all in our thoughts and hearts.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2009 on in which some comfort is found at WWdN: In Exile
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Sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. And I just found Ferris' picture on flickr from halloween, the one with the pumpkin "handle" in her mouth. I'll remember her this apparent spunk and adorableness. Myself, I grew up with an Irish setter, Ginger. I "teethed on her tail (no kidding) and her love was endless. Over a few years time she developed some serious health issues. When I was 16 my mother and I had to take her to the vet. I still remember the look of thankfulness in her eyes when we said our good byes but it still depresses me 24 years later.
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I signed up for twitter last Thursday to follow you, WilW. Otherwise I have almost no other reason to be on there. The first tweet I recieved was from you asking someone to tell @SPAM to stop the spam...essentially. My next 2 tweets were from porn (I am guessing) spambots. I was really hoping to avoid spam on twitter... From Monty python. "Customer: Can I get something without any spam in it? Waitress: Spam Spam eggs and Spam doesn't have much spam in it" Anyway, I despise spam and it seems like common sense would restore the Replies functionality or make it an option. If Twitter is not helping then all we can do is pray: Saint Vidicon of Cathode, Help us in our time of need...
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