>Well, darn!


One of my LJ friends just posted about having to put down her beloved cat. Very sad. It put me right back there with my Simon. It’s been three years and I still miss him. So now I’m all teary-eyed and grieving again. I have Gertrude, whom I love, but she is not at all like Simon, who was in-your-face and very, very annoying most of the time. But he was my best friend for a long time when I was just alone and going through all sorts of trials caused by becoming ill and no longer able to work. He was always there when I came home from whatever unpleasant and humiliating thing I had to do to survive. New Hampshire is NOT the place you want to have this kind of disaster. When they say ‘Live Free or Die’, they really mean it. Live free of any help from us, cause we don’t care if you die or are homeless. I love Massachusetts, whose government does care. Anyway, this is about Simon, and missing him, and being sad and teary, and life sucks, then you die. Well, darn!

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