Yesterday, Bernie Bird took to flight spiritually, leaving me with a broken heart and feeling of inadequacy.
The reset the bones, put on a cast and healed apparently without issue. Unfortunately, they missed a piece of bone marrow that had broken free and was in her blood stream. When it reached her heart, her beautiful heart simply stopped.
I don’t think we ever truly lose our pets. It’s been several years since I lost my Bella (my last fur baby since getting Star last year, about six years after Bella passed) and I still miss her and Sir Purrsalot pretty much every day.
Missing Out 4/27/21
what of the movies and shows that have never been produced? How many counter cultures were never given a chance? And what kinds of techy concepts have we lost?
those people in our lives are only there for a limited time. One way or the other, every relationship we’ve ever known will one day come to an end.
Accepting the Difficult 12/16/20
The US is flying our big bombers over Iran for escalation of the nuclear stress that we ourselves created, but all we seem to be hearing about is the ever-increasing Covid-19 infections and deaths, and the lawsuits over the election.
Getting Old 11/30/20
Aging is not easy. I’m learning this the hard way. We lose too many things as we age, our eyes, our hearing and even our sex drive, but with our experience, making love with an older man would blow your mind.
Still in Pain 11/17/20
it’s stunning to me that after all of these years, I’m clearly still reeling from this loss, very hurt, and still way more vocal than I should be. Nine years, a heart attack, two job losses later, and many years of living off of the charity of others, and she’s still the one that hurts me.
He walked past me without so much as an acknowledgment of my presence, and proceeded to give his wife a passionate, deep and long kiss. I felt a little bit uncomfortable, in fact, and as I began to wonder if I should just let them have their privacy and leave, he broke, turned to me and introduced himself.
The Summer Curse 8/29/20
This news joins the news that my father had passed away this year. A few years ago, I had learned that my mother died, the same year in fact that my dog died in the summer. The summer before that my divorce was finalized and the year before that I lost my cat and my wife threw me out wanting said divorce. Two years before that, in the greatest tragedy of them all, in the summer I married her.