Good morning beautiful humans, happy Tuesday. Thank you for spending part of your morning with me. Welcome to Life with Lane!
It’s been a little over two weeks since my little best friend Dusty passed away. My heart is still broken but I am hanging in there. I thought I wouldn’t write about him anymore but I was wrong. Writing is good for the soul and its a good healing tool. Also, it helps keep his memory alive!
I’m writing not only because it helps my healing process but to also help people that do not have a dog, understand he was more than a pet. He was a ball of happiness and sunshine in the form of a dog. He was my hyper shadow that never left my side; even in the shade. He was my best friend.
Dusty and Onyx have/had spent more time with me than anyone on the planet. When I was sick a few years back they were both by my side the entire time. They stayed in the bed next to me and often they didn’t even whine to go out. All they wanted was to be next to me; to be in my presence.
When I was going through my divorce and I was hurting, it pained both of my dogs to see me cry. I would often have to go in another room because I knew if they saw me cry it would upset them. When I would come out of the room from crying they would be waiting for me by the door. It was always so sweet.
My pups can always sense when something is wrong. They stick even closer to me during my tough days. They love me unconditionally. The love they give is like none other. My dog was more than a pet! He was my therapist, morning walk buddy, ego-booster, confidant, companion, best friend, my four legged son!
He made me a better person. No matter how upset he made me when he whined, tore up furniture, rugs, or whatever and I yelled at him. Which didn’t happen very often by the way. He still loved me the same and wanted to be right at my side.
If Rainbow Bridge is a real thing, I pray he’s there and I’ll see him again. Thanks for reading my blog! Have a wonderful blessed day. Follow me on Instagram @lashaunlee36