3 Mar


Today I had to say goodbye to my friend. The emotion is still so raw that I cannot type those words without weeping silently to myself; it is midnight and I am afraid to go to bed. I fear the darkness; I fear sleep. I fear the freedom from distraction. I fear that going to bed will make the fact that she is never coming home, real. I have had horrible times in my life, I have experienced death before … but putting down the dog I have loved and cherished since high school was the most devastating moment of my life, and I will never be able to erase the memory from my mind.

Shelby was old, she was growing weaker by the day and the tumors were showing. Everyone knew that the time was coming, but my abusive family refused to get her any sort of care…

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