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I cannot put into words how much I wish he were still here in his physical form. My illness is deteriorating at an alarming rate and I am scared by how dark my thoughts now are. Of course I love my remaining Pets, but The Inspector was unique and the void his passing left seems more apparent now than ever
If you think grief has a time limit
you have likely never lost a piece of your heart.
If you think that the days, months and years will somehow erase the extent of the loss, then you have never been unlucky enough to lose a love.
You are blessed, my friend.
For life without that piece of you, is a new life indeed.
It is a new world when the person (Rabbit)you miss is no longer here.
Everything looks different and will never look the same again.
Every day is a mountain to climb, battling the waves of emotion, when a song plays, a smell reminds or a memory rears.
And that never lessens, we only become accustomed to handling it.
To hiding it.
You may think time is healing the hurt, then you enter a new phase of your life; a relationship, a child, a grandchild, a new opportunity, and you realise you cannot share that with your missing part.
The waves bear down fresh, as they were on the very the first day.
If you think grief has a time limit, my friend, you have never lost a piece of your heart.
And for that, you should be truly grateful.
Let the grieving grieve for as long as they must, and if you want to help, just love them more.
Love is the only way.