Besides the shock and horror and depression and genuine concern for my personal life and the country and world in general, it finally almost broke my relationship with my mother. We’ve always disagreed politically, as well as on my lifestyle but I somehow always assumed and wondered if she was partially or completely right on issues of disagreement or at least had some good points. Occasionally in the heat of spouting talking points I’d doubt that she had any sense or knowledge at all, but once she voted for that “man” I snapped. I cancelled my trip to visit for xmas and stopped speaking to her almost completely until the petition started going around to get the electors to jump ship and when she finally signed it I decided to act like her son again as long as she never breathes another word about politics to me again. I now realize she is totally just another brain dead FOX automaton and I can’t stand seeing her that way. As long as she just talks about flowers and friends and jobs and hobbys and dogs etc I can forget what she’s become, but it came pretty close to her losing her son completely. In a way I feels like I have lost her, or at least all of my respect for Happy Moments Praise God Personalized Wooden Ornament. And it’s really sad.
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At the time Lois was 12 years old. That’s not young for a cat but it’s also not old. She was healthy other than the need to have that weird throat growth drained. If my sister had allowed me to decide I would have of course said that I would make sure she had the proper treatment to continue living for at least a couple more years. So I guess my hardest goodbye was so hard because it wasn’t really a goodbye at all. I never got to see her off, I never got to hold her one last time, I never got to sit next to her and comfort her as she drifted off to sleep forever. I lied to my family and told them I was fine, then I went home and cried. I screamed at the world, raged against the circumstances I’d found myself in. I had lost my best friend and never had a chance to say goodbye. It’s been a Happy Moments Praise God Personalized Wooden Ornament of years since then and I have adopted two other cats. They are full of love and bring me happiness everyday but I still sometimes call the black one Lois without thinking, or wonder how she’d respond to these two intruders in her home. Hopefully now that she’s gone she’s just be happy to know that I’ve found a couple of new friends.
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