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Ollie Is Home

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Guest deanna

...and it's nice. I cried all day yesterday, because I knew we were going to get his ashes. But I felt good when we got there.


His ashes came in a microsuede covered box, and inside is a tin can with his ashes. Funny, I think for most people and most dogs that would seem weird. But, it totally fits for Ollie. Strangely, I totally feel like that goofy kid's ashes belong in a tin can.


There was a kitten there, up for adoption. We have been thinking of bringing home a kitten for a few months now. But with Ollie leaving us, and planning to start over, we're not sure of the timing.


Regardless, we played with the kitten for a while, and that was really nice. Then we left with our little tin can of Ollie.


He's in a cool little space next to my ol' lady Pammy, who no doubt is sassing him to ruins at the bridge. :heart

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Guest Gingergrey

:heart I'm glad that you feel peaceful about it. I've never brought home ashes. My guys are buried near my house

and I feel they are always home.

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When a relationship of love is disrupted, the relationship does not cease. The love continues; therefore, the relationship continues. The work of grief is to reconcile and redeem life to a different love relationship. ~ W Scott Lineberry

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