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Tag Archives: loss of pet
We can never get enough Paul Curran stories! QUINN PLAYS GOD By Paul Curran The phone rang at 1:32 am. I rolled over and fumbled for the cell and then flipped it open: “’lo?” “Paul, were you asleep?” “Ummm, yeah but’s … Continue reading
Originally posted on Midnight Musings with Megs:
When I talked about my fear of getting locked in bathroom stalls in “There’s Nothing To Fear,But Maybe This,” I felt a little validated. Maybe I’m not an over thinker. I actually learned that…
Get over it. It’s just a dog [cat, fish, bird, whatever]. How many times have you heard that? How many times have you maybe said that? In the last year, we have lost many animals from old-age-related issues. I once … Continue reading