Mandy update & ^Missy Anne^

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Mandy update & ^Missy Anne^
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Wed, 06-04-2008 - 1:05am

There isn't really an update on Mandy... There have been no leads, no nothing. This has devastated me and I cannot get past the anger, to say nothing of the pain. Mandy had been through so very much in her lifetime and this just makes no sense. I still cry for a while after I go to bed and I break down several times throughout the day. I miss her so, so much! I have no energy and no desire to "get up and get moving." I've lost interest in so many of the things that I once enjoyed doing. I'm going to taslk to my doctor about going back on anti-depressants and see if that will help. Once a depressive, always a depressive, I suppose.


^Missy Anne^ drowned 3 years ago today. Because of other things that would

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Wed, 06-04-2008 - 8:11am
I remember when you lost Missy Anne...I cannot believe NO-ONE has seen or knows anything about Mandy! How big is your town?

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Wed, 06-04-2008 - 9:22am
I have no words... just {{{hugs}}}


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Wed, 06-04-2008 - 6:10pm

{{{Geri}}}

With my heart,
 
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Sun, 06-08-2008 - 3:03pm
Mandy's mom... I've been so hoping that Mandy would be home now.... I'm so sorry.... and these anniversaries are not making it any easier are they?????
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Sun, 06-08-2008 - 3:16pm

So sorry to hear about Mandy. I'm new on the board so don't know the whole story, but pretty much get the gist of it. It's always hard to lose a dog but not knowing what happened to them is just so difficult, I can't imagine the pain you are going through. I've experienced it in the short terms, having several incidents where my dogs were lost (including one time when Taz went out a hotel room when my roommate came in and I didn't notice for several minutes!) I still remember the day my first sheltie who was 13 at the time wandered off. My house did not have a fence, but the property was very large and some distance from anything else, and he was not the type of dog to run off so I generally just let the dogs out unsupervised and back in several minutes later. One night, Tosh didn't show up at the door. I assumed he just got disoriented in the dark and went in the wrong direction and got lost, but since he was deaf by that point, I was totally panicked about being able to find him, when he couldn't hear me calling. I wasn't that far from a highway and when you don't know where they are, you just always imagine the worst. I was a total wreck, I knew he wouldn't be around much longer but the idea of losing him that way was just too much to bear. It was several hours later that I finally found him at the neighbor's house. He was just laying in front of their house, he knew that was a safe spot and someone would come find him eventually, and was too tired to walk any further himself. I was so relieved and I definitely kept a close eye on him when I let the dogs out from that point on! I will say a prayer for you that Mandy will have a happy ending as well.






Taz, Dearly loved by Mary Jo, 4/28/95-5/25/08

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