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Never Stop Being a Mom

Thursday, June 28, 2018

We can never stop being moms...

Today was a heartbreaking day for my daughter and her family....Their 8 year old dog, Lola had to be put to sleep today...Earlier this week, they thought she had sunburn after being walked on the sunny days...the vet told them it was possible, and they tried a salve to ease the pain...last night, they took her to the vets, because, she was limping so much and seemed to be in so much pain...turns out, she had a slipped disc in her neck and was given steroids, The vet hoped that she would show improvement withing 48 hours...well, this morning, Lola couldn't move,,,she whinned and, it just was not good...they decided to put her out of her pain....but, they couldn't move her to get her to the vets, so, the vet came to the house and took care of her....I know how hard that was (I had to do the same a couple of years ago), but, at least, Lola was at home , comfortable and surrounded by love..

Being mom....I wanted to be there, to hold my little girl as she cried (she is 38), but, she had to share this time with her husband and little boy...Not easy being a mom...no matter how old they are...they are still our little ones, and it breaks our hearts to see them in pain...She know I love her and would do anything for her...that's what is truly important... emoticon

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  • no profile photo CD17997128
    Sorry to hear about Lola. It's heartbreaking to want to be with our children and can't. Praying for peace and comfort for all of you because sometimes it just takes time to heal from loss. emoticon
    410 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/14/2019 10:33:54 AM
  • no profile photo CD24510184
    I know how she feels. So Sorry. I had to have our long time family pet put to sleep due to the pain. I stayed with her until the light went out of her eyes. emoticon
    418 days ago
  • I_CHOOSE
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    849 days ago
  • SUNNYCALIGIRL
    Thank you for sharing your pain, there is a lot of support here.
    851 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I am so sorry to hear this. We just lost our last pet and it's heartbreaking. I am sending a hug and prayer for the entire family.
    852 days ago
  • MINNIEUK
    What a lovely looking dog. I'm so sorry for your daughter and her family. I feel for you too, so hard not to be there to ease her pain, but I'm sure it's a big comfort to her to know how much her Mom loves and cares for her.
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    852 days ago
  • KELLIEBEAN
    No it's not easy being a mom. My daughter is 32 and living 2000 miles away and I ache to be there to hold her on her challenging days. My son is 26, living an hour away, keeps his feelings tightly locked up and I ache to make things better when he needs it. I'm reading this in tears.

    So sorry for everyone's loss. I went through it and still ache many days.

    You're a great mom, especially for knowing she needed to share this time with her husband and child. That's the hardest part of being a mom!


    852 days ago
  • GARDENCHRIS
    I am so sorry , and you are right we will always be their moms
    852 days ago
  • SIXLESTER69
    Moms are never done being moms. Sorry for your family's loss
    852 days ago
  • RKOTTEK
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    852 days ago
  • ALICEDIXIE
    Sweet doggie. It is hard to lose a family member. So sorry for the loss. Praying for the peace of God in your hearts.
    852 days ago
  • SILVAS7
    I am so sorry for all of you , I have been through this personally with my own daughter , sadly it was long distance . They had a great Dane . My heart broke for both my daughter and snl ! Losing our fur bound family is so painful . !
    852 days ago
  • SHOWKINDNESS
    I cried reading this. I'm so sorry. Special prayers for your family.
    853 days ago
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