"Wow, 6 yrs already!!!. What a trip. Such a blessing you and Anita have been to the boys... and all your other equally important rescues. You guys are amazing.
Thinking of Ms Blue who only went over the Rainbow Bridge 4 months ag..."
"Hey Pip...first, I am deeply sorry for your loss. You not only gave Blue a wonderful home complete with siblings, but you also showed her what a love was all about. You really are an amazing man.
I understand adding that tuft of ..."
I once had a doctor tell me on a taper not to look at the failures but at the successes. It's a bit more nuanced than just that at times, but what he said has been very helpful with the F-bomb! If I see failure instead of success, all I do is anguish over it and it makes it that much harder. I'm not sure if you've seen "Anne with an E" on Netflix, but Anne says (paraphrasing), "Isn't it amazing that tomorrow is a possibility but without any mistakes in it yet?" It may sound sappy, but I think she's on to something :)
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