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My sad loss (7 replies and 7 comments)

Nancy
10 months ago
Nancy 10 months ago

Hello Nina,

It is a week today from the sad day my adorable Westie passed away. I am still so devastated and I miss him a lot because I was his mummy. He gave me so many years of joy and companionship that I would cherish for the rest of my life. He'll forever be irreplaceable and unforgettable. I know that you, Nina, and the lovely community of nonparents.com will be able to know exactly how I feel.

 

Nina
9 months ago
Nina 9 months ago

Sorry, I completely missed this post. Not sure why, but I wasn't notified of it. Sorry for your loss. I take it that Westie was your pet. Although my husband and I do not have a pet, we have a fondness for both cats and dogs and regularly come across dogs and their owners on our Sunday walks. You are in my thoughts. Sending you hugs.

Nancy
9 months ago

Thanks a lot Nina. Westie is short for West Highland Terrier (dog), you may know the breed, they are adorable. I still miss him so much.

Nina
9 months ago

As you can see, my knowledge of dog breeds is not that great. I have just done a google search and yes beautiful and adorable dogs they are. Once again, sorry for your loss.

Nina
5 months ago
Nina 5 months ago

Hi Mayflower. How are you doing? I didn't want to ask you this at the time because it would have been completely insensitive. Will you be getting another dog?

Nancy
4 months ago

Hi Nina, and thank you for your concern. I'm feeling much better now. First I was much against the idea of getting another dog mainly because of the fact that I didn't want to go through so much pain when they die. Having learnt now that it is a fact of life, I decided to get another dog in the near future, perhaps on the first months of next year.
Hope you are OK and send you my best wishes.

Nina
4 months ago
Nina 4 months ago

I totally understand when you say you were reluctant to get another dog to avoid yourself the same pain. Glad to hear that with time, your outlook on the whole issue has changed and that you are healing from your loss. Yes I am well and wish you the very best too.

Nancy
4 months ago

Thank you.

Nina
4 months ago
Nina 4 months ago

I just noticed that your user name has changed. I better remember that!

Nancy
4 months ago

Hi Nina! I decided to use my real name, after all I like it 🙂

Nina
4 months ago
Nina 4 months ago

Ah ah. I like the way you put it. Great name too!

Nancy
4 months ago

Cheers. I was wondering if you have a book to recommend. I totally enjoyed the ones you suggested when the book club. Best wishes.

Nina
4 months ago
Nina 4 months ago

Hello Nancy, I can recommend "The Unravelling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq", by Emma Sky, a fellow non-parent. Emma Sky was a civilian who went to Iraq to help after the war and ended up being made the governor of a whole province. After I read her book, I interviewed her for this website and also wrote an article about it. Both links are below. If you do read the book, let me know what you think.

https://www.nonparents.com/featured-article/being-a-non-parent-gives-you-the-chance-to-pursue-a-career-you-feel-passionate-about/

https://www.nonparents.com/featured-article/qa-emma-sky-author-unravelling-high-hopes-missed-opportunities-iraq/

Nancy
4 months ago

Thanks Nina.

Nina
4 months ago
Nina 4 months ago

You are welcome. Any questions you have, just ask.

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