I never posted about 2019 because I guess it’s been hard for me to appreciate until today. Losing loved ones two years in a row made me think every year was going to be bad. Recently, I’ve realized it doesn’t have to stay bad. Things can always get better. I will always miss everyone, but I need to appreciate the time I had with them and the time I have left with everyone else I love. Thanks to family and the friends I’ve gained these past two years, I got through all of my hardships. If it wasn’t for you all, I’d be pretty lost. I love you guys and thanks for always being here for me! Don’t expect anymore sappy posts for the year, this was it 😜 And the friends that have been in my life but we never seem to have the same schedule, I still have so much love for you all. Let’s try and make lunch plans this 2020🎉 I hope everyone can take a moment this week to tell loved ones you care about them and you miss them. Family, friends, or whoever it is.
Cold, cold beer Don't you ever worry, I’m right here Never live without you 📸: @jli3 🥰
I’m begging, out of respect, please I don’t want messages, I’m not looking for attention, just trying to honor my loved one in some form to help cope. Because there is nothing anyone can say or do for me that will change anything. I just want him back and I have to accept that in two weeks, I won't have him back in his furry, goofy, loving self but, in ashes. I will post what happened underneath because this post will be too long already. If you met him, and have favorite memories, you can comment those on here. I am distraught, unmotivated, and just not really here right now. Losing him was something I expected in another 7 years. Exodus was one of a kind. He was too smart for his own good. He was the best dog I have ever owned. He calmed me down every time I had an anxiety attack or cried. He’d lay in bed with me for hours if my endometriosis was killing me. He didn’t slow down after 4 years old, he still out ran puppies at the dog park up until Tuesday morning. He never barked, he only growled twice in his life, and he barely even playfully growled while playing. He’d sit on my foot when a dog fight started at the dog park. He was the most loving and gentle soul. He never snapped back even if another dog snapped at him. He hogged my bed and every morning I set my alarm early just to cuddle with him and clean his eye boogers before I left. He only howled/talked when I’d say “I love you” or tried to get him to talk back. He was my shadow; in the bathroom while I peed, showered, in the kitchen, living room, outside, etc. There’s just so many beautiful memories I have with him that I will never forget. He was my best friend, emotional support/service dog, and the absolute love of my life. I don’t know how to live without him and it’s going to be extremely hard. He was the one I’d go to if I felt like this. I also apologize for ignoring anyone during this time but I truly am not handling this well. I can’t get myself to do anything. Please hold your fur babies close and tell them you love them every second because Exodus never had a health issue until yesterday and there wasn’t a single thing I could do to save him... I love you, Exodus, more than life.
2019 vs 2009... Thankful for growing up and realizing I was ugly and now I’m decent🥰 #10yearschallenge
The start of 2018 was tough but it turned into one of the best years for me and I appreciate everyone that has been around for it or took sporadic trips with me, and or has stuck around even with my insanely busy work schedule! I love all of you and I cannot wait to see 2019 be even better!
Mom and I converted over to Mormon today... #justkidding Flew to Salt Lake City for the day to spend Thanksgiving with my mom, completely surprised her by sneaking up on her at the airport💕🍂😌🍽 Also, we both rode our first bird scooters lmao