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I am continuing the blog of Diamond, cat sage and haiku poet.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

coming home

No matter how busy I am, it is when I open the front door and have the sudden anticipation of seeing Diamond, then the realization that he is no longer there, that it feels most lonely.
Lynettea

18 comments:

The Whiskeratti said...

That really is hard. The day, and days, after. We wish there was a fast forward button for you, so you wouldn't have to feel this pain.

FURKIDSMOM said...

Mom reaches for Tamir at night and always has that feeling of heartache when she realizes he isn't there.

(((Hugs)))

The Florida Furkids

George The Duck and the HotMBC Kittehs said...

So sorry to hear this news. We send you lots of purrrrrrrrrrrrrs and ducky hugs for your sad.
Luvs,
Sanjee and the rest of the Hotties and George the Duck

Fuzzy Tales said...

I don't know if you could say I was "lucky" when Chumley died so unexpectedly, because I still had Annie.

And then when I had to let Annie go, I still had the boys.

It's not that any remaining companions fill the void, it's just that you still have to care for them, that you have to surface from your grief from time to time to keep going for them.

I would find it very, very lonely indeed to come home to an empty house.

A "fast forward" button would be lovely, wouldn't it? So helpful.

I know it's taken a year and a half to move on from Annie's passing, as it did with Chum too. I don't "heal" very quickly, but time does ease the sharp, cutting pain of the grief.

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Know just how you feel! Always looking for the one missing - even if you have a dozen. We just miss them so!

Re your comment on jff - yes, it is okay to put the badge on your blog!


{{{Hugs}}}
Jan

PS - Thanks for turning off the word verification.

Hannah and Lucy said...

I'm so sorry I went through that with the last kitty before Hannah and Lucy and it is very hard - I cried for days.
All I can say is the pain will ease but there will still be a hole in your heart.
Take care
Luv Hannah and Lucy's Mum Sue

Suka said...

Dear Lynettea,

I just read of Diamond's passing on Huffle Mawson's blog. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I was just getting to know your beautiful Diamond and am so saddened by his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I understand how lonely it is coming home after the loss of a pet, I have been there many times. But Diamond will always be with you in Spirit, and in your lovely memories of him.

You have my heartfelt sympathy. And Suka crosses his paws for your sweet Diamond and your comfort.

Peace,

K and Suka

GreatGranny said...

I'm so sorry you lost your sweet furbaby, Diamond.And I can imagine how you must feel after losing your precious Diamond. My Kassey has CRF and I so dread the day when she won't greet me when I get home from shopping.

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Purrs to you - that has to be one of the saddest parts of missing Diamond.

Kari said...

Do not stand at my grave and weep;
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the softly falling snow.
I am the gentle showers of rain.
I am the ripening fields of grain.
I am the morning hush.
I am the graceful rush
of beautiful birds in circling flight.
I am the star shine of the night.
I am the flowers that bloom.
I am in a quiet room.
I am the birds that sing.
I am in each lovely thing.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.
Mary Frye

Sherlock, Ash and Traveler said...

We are so sorry. We know the pain of losing a loved one and send you all our comforting purrrs and lots of prayers your way. May God fill your heart with comfort and your soul with peace knowing your dearest Diamond is still happy at the rainbow bridge. You will meet again.
Love and hugs xx xx

The Island Cats said...

It's never easy losing a furbaby. You're left with a Diamond-size hole in your heart. :(

The Cat Realm said...

we only just heard and are so sorry! that big hole in the universe will never fill - but time will help to cope with it.
sending lots of purrs
the cat realm

meowmeowmans said...

Yes, that is the most difficult and lonely part of all. I still saw my angel Graphite for a long while after he went to the Bridge. And every now and then, our Moosey "channels his inner Graphite," which seems to be Graphite's way of telling us he is watching over us and loving us still.

Hugs and purrs to you, Lynettea.

Laura and Taffeta Rose said...

We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved Diamond. What a sweet gentle soul, he was. Soft purrs and gentle hugs are coming your way. purrs.

Laura & Taffy

MISS PEACH ~(^.^)~ said...

Dearest Lyn....I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved blue boy Diamond. Without his help maybe Mickey might never have had the courage to ask for my paw in marriage...I will never forget you. Thank you for the beautiful graphics you made of me...I hold them close in memory of my days on earth.
Welcome to heaven...
Miss Peach

Karen Jo said...

I am so very sorry. I have been offline and just read about Diamond. He was a very special boy and I loved reading about his adventures.

SchneiderHein said...

Oh it's so sad. But this photo shows an old and week Diamond. Unfortunately ...
Maus&Allegra with Silke&Wolfgang