Friday, July 16, 2010

All I have to give

It is hard to write now, because what does one write about? We write about what inspires us, what is in our hearts, and in our minds. At this moment Wiggum is all I can think about. And how many posts can one write about a dead cat? Well probably hundreds, but how many does the average reader want to spend time with? Probably one at best. So I mean to spare you my angst.

I am off to wine country tomorrow with a dear friend, and I am hoping for a wonderful refreshing time. Time with fantastic wine, sun, great conversation and a much needed massage. I hope that I will have something far more interesting to say upon my return. More than "poor kitty" "if only" "how did it happen so fast?".

Maybe in a few days I can refocus my attention and attempt at being witty. Until then...


  1. It takes lots of time. Be kind to yourself...don't think you have to "be over it" until you are ready. Pets leave a HUGE gap as they're always there... curled up on the couch, or sitting at the door, or following you around, rubbing against you. To not have that takes a lot of getting used to and anyone that does not understand the loss hasnt really loved an animal!

    I have been thinking about you and your loss today, and you have really inspired me to write a blog about my very much loved and missed dog Floyd.

    I say write about Wiggum as much as you want... post lots of pics... whatever helps you in your time of sadness. All the best x

  2. oh...and I meant to say "thanks" for the message, and the "following" :) See ya round. Juanita.

  3. I know wiggy was not a "person" but he was definitely a "cat person" so hive yourself as much time as it takes. I still miss pitkin and get a little teary.

  4. I hope you are having a great weekend! Make sure to laugh! :)

    Mama Hen

  5. I still get sad over my childhood yellow lab who died 12 years ago. I can't believe it was that long because I still talk to her (: