After the mold exposure, my dad wrote on his blog about my pets. The night before he wrote on his blog, we had all heard my brother say, "I want my diabetic buddy back." Of course, he had meant one of my dogs who had diabetes.
When I read my dad's post on his blog, I immediately wrote another writing piece.
"Sometimes words get to you. For the first time you get a glimpse of the past, the present, and the future. You realize what has happened, what is happening, and what is going to happen. I've always been afraid of death, but for the first time I feel hope, forgiveness, and happiness because I realize that I have got a family close to me no matter what. Life seems peaceful now, but at the same time it feels harder than ever. There are some things in life unforgettable. Loosing 3 loved and loving pets are some things that are unforgettable. But we as a family should never give up what we have started.
There is always a story behind your beloved ones. When I would wake up in the morning I would have a glimpse of happiness. My bird chirping, my two dogs barking, and petting my two dogs are glimpses of happiness. Those unforgettable memories brought us happiness."
After I had written this I was so happy with myself. I expressed had myself through my writing, and that made me happy.
There are so many unforgettable memories in life, but sometimes the special unforgettable memories are the sad ones.
Sometimes I can hear the dogs barking, my bird chirping, and feel the dogs' soft fur on my hands, but I know that they are in a happy place looking down on us running free.