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Aunt Linda

Posted by on January 9, 2018
Sitting on the couch with my Aunt Linda

Sitting on the couch with my Aunt Linda

It’s a sad time in our house today. My Aunty Linda passed away. She was a great woman, loved by cats and dogs alike. I could always count on her to pick me up when daddy wasn’t home, to offer a sweet treat, or to scratch my ears. I doubt I’ll be able to finish my post tonight it’s hard to type with tears in my eyes.

My daddy says that Aunt Linda is in a better place where she is no longer in pain. All I know is that now I’m the one in pain. I guess it’s not as bad for me as it is for my cousins, she was their mother and they are taking it bad. Kind of like I did when my daddy was in the hospital except my daddy came home, their mommy never will. I keep hoping that I will wake up in the morning and find it’s all been a bad dream. Deep down I know it isn’t.

Aunt Linda if they have Internet in heaven and you’re able to access my blog. I want you to know how much I love you and we will miss you. You were one of a kind someone who stood out above most of the rest I know that you loved us and the world will not be the same without you in it. Just yesterday when my daddy was gone most of the day, you held me and comforted me. Who’s going to be there for me now?

I’m sure you went to heaven and since all dogs go to heaven that Samantha is there by your side covering you with kisses. I’m sure all your little ones who have gone before are there with you. I still wish you were here with us.

I was right it’s been a couple of days now. Life has been crazy here. So much to take care of and still this big hole in my heart. One of my cousins was laying outside Aunt Linda’s door crying Monday morning. I think we are all crying and still in shock unable to believe you are gone. We love and miss you, Aunt Linda,