This post is to share some honesty about how I have been doing and to provide a few updates.
Here, at last, is my letter to Scorpio. I wish it had come sooner, but I haven’t been myself since his death. Suddenly saying goodbye to him and several other things that don’t belong here have kept me from feeling ready to pay the tribute to Scorp I want to pay.
Now that I’m slowly feeling more like myself, and that he has almost been gone for a month. It is time. I’m ready to say what I need to say for me.
Writing my painful goodbye to our beloved Scorpio, I’m sitting on the floor next to his bed. Trying to best share my feelings about a wonderful friend and our sudden loss, I need to be close to him.
Sitting in the place where I sat so often to rub his side just feels right.
Scorpio’s spinal arthritis had been getting worse. Mom and I were really worried when he started having trouble getting on the couch. Sometimes, he would try a couple of times with no success. For the last couple of days, though, he has been doing better.
Shadow is a rottweiler mix Mom and I rescued from a difficult situation more than a month ago. At the time, he showed signs of fear and serious aggression toward other animals.
I’m happy to report that today Shadow has come a long way. I’m now confident he could make a great pet in the right situation.
Yesterday, Scorpio, the greyhound, had his annual physical. Mom and I weren’t surprised, but our vet said he has arthritis in the spine.
This update has news about my exercise, my job, Scorpio, and Mr. Rogers.
Friday was Scorpio’s 11th birthday. Given that it was his first birthday he would celebrate with us and Ufi not being here, we really wanted to make it special.
This post will discuss exercise, my job, Scorpio, and a relationship holding pattern.
Obviously, no one imagined how life would be today two months ago.