A R O09:55
There are no words powerful enough to describe the feeling you have when you lose a loved one. No words can make you feel better, and there is not enough time in the world that could make it go away. You learn to live with it, life makes you suppress the pain, but whenever you stop, just for a second, it all comes back.
I guess it's different with each person, the way we deal with things, but I was never good at it. Not that it's a thing you can be good or bad about, but if it were, I'd be the worst at it.
I never understood the way of life. Why there has to be and end for everything?
Why can't our eternity be here, on Earth?
Yesterday I lost my pet, my best friend of 16 years and can't believe that I'll never see him again.
We did everything together. We were each other's best company. Because of him I got up early in the morning, because of him I learned to love woods and nature again, because of him I didn't feel alone. When we went for a walk, he was always making sure I was behind him, and when he got weaker, I was doing the same. He never left my side. He loved belly rubs and he always made me hold one of his legs so I wouldn't miss a spot. He loved his tennis ball and I always had to trick him so he would let it go. I was always laughing when he fell on the same trick over and over again. I already miss him so much. I miss him greeting me when I come home. I miss running in the woods and I miss us just laying in the sun. I'll miss his stinky smell on a rainy day, and I'll miss saying last good night to him forever.
It would make me so happy to have him again, but I'm happier knowing he's not in pain and that he was with the people who love him the most in his last moments.
Somethings are irreplaceable, and he, Aro, is one of them.
Love you forever buddy <3