Mark: I lost my husband of 57 years a month ago and the pain is so great that I don’t know how to live each day. My husband was ill for two years and I was his caregiver. He had a good humor and wit just like you until the end We have a Sheltie and her name is Mufy. She would sit at my husbands feet almost all the time. She would get in between him and the home care nurses and refuse to move. She is now as depressed as I am. I take her with me everywhere as we did with my husband. She brings all of her toys to me in the morning for me to play with her. I listen to your program everyday and my heart goes out to the parents of our dear boys who will never have the chance of a long life. I can’t imagine the grief that they feel losing a child. Thanks for being there. I read your book when it first came out and intend to pass it on to other dog lovers. Keep up the good work.


Sue from MO

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  1. Linda Says:

    Live each day because you have Muffy – take care of her and play with her give her lots of love and attention – your husband would want you to do that. As time passes it will get easier – live life one day at a time and smile for the wonderful memories you have of your life together. My prayers are with you.