May 28th 2013 1:00 pm
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This morning,5/28/13 at 8:48 AM CST,our beautiful sweet little Morgan crossed The Rainbow Bridge at the age of 19 years 10 months and 12 days. Although we all knew that her passing was near for some time,we are devastated nonetheless.
I know that we all grieve in our own ways. Everyone is different. I also know that there are supposed to be different stages of grief. I don't know, exactly,which stage comes in what order. I think that we may have skipped a few stages here and possibly are all experiencing a couple of different stages at the same time. Of course,we are all very very sad,but we are also in the anger stage at the same time. Not angry with Morgan. It's not her fault that she had to leave. It's anger at the "powers that be" that takes away our loved ones. Yeah yeah yeah,I know that life isn't fair and all of that stuff,but ya know what? We still get to feel how WE feel and nobody gets to tell us otherwise. Know what I mean? Don't ya just hate it when somebody else seems to think that they get to tell ya how to feel,what to feel,when you should feel it etc. People like that annoy me A LOT. It never ceases to amaze me just how many judgmental tiny minded know-it-all bozos there are in this world. Seriously folks. I really wish that some people would just shut their pie holes if they can't be decent to others at any time let alone when someone has just suffered a very important loss.
I also take issue with the folks that will always toss out that old "time heals all wounds" nonsense. No it doesn't. Is a wound really truly healed if the scar left behind is so painful? I don't think so anyway. To those people: I pretty much really wanna poke ya in the eye and say "liar liar pants on fire." I suppose if somebody wants to use denial as their coping mechanism,then they are free to do that...but I just don't work that way. I'm too realistic.
Ugg. Ok. My mind is starting to wander. I guess that I shall go snuggle with my family. Everyone has been really quiet the last few days and I suspect that will continue for awhile. We just need to be here for each other. Maybe I'll write something again on friday for the annual "National Jack Rooney Day" (AKA MY birthday). I don't know yet. *sigh*
Peace out girl scout,
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You are right, no one knows how one feels when you loose your precious baby and no it never goes away. Mom thinks we should always be here but we can't...
People here do understand that the lose is deeper and harder than one ever knows until it happens to them...Mom knows because of me, it is almost 3 years and it still feel like I just left her, some days are better than others.
Everyone grieves in their own way, no one can tell you what order it happens, but Mom knows this that if it weren't for her friends here on catster she would not be in a little bit of a better place, because they all showed me & Mom love, concern and support for me and her.
So we want you to know we are here for you to let you know you are not alone in how you feel, you have every right to feel angry, sad, lonely and so much more. Just take a day at a time...and being here writing is healing.
We are so very sorry for your lose, you had 19+ years with your precious angel and lots of beautiful memories and of course her paw print in your heart.
Know too that us kitty angels welcomed Morgan this morning with open paws and warm loving angel wings...we will watch over her and soon she will visit you.
Sending you angel love, hugs, purrs during your time of sadness hoping it brings you a little comfort...
QT and Mom