Coping with the loss of Wubby

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Today I was forced to lay wubby to rest.  Wubby is or rather,  was,  Bella‘s favorite toy.  Surprisingly,  wubby latest for about 6 months and I have to give her credit for that.  Bella,  like my boys,  plays very rough with her toys. 

A lesser toy would have quit many months before now. 

This afternoon however,  she finally expired.  There was nothing that could be done.  I declared time of death at 3:47 pm.  There was nothing I could do,  as her face and head had simply sustained to much trauma.

So, I wanted to pay my respects to a favorite toy and even closer friend.  Wubby kept Bella from chewing on things that she wasn’t supposed to and I truly appreciated that. 

Wubby,  you will be sadly missed but quickly replaced.  No offense.  🙂


**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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The hardest thing to cope with one's life would have to be the loss of someone or anyone that they have loved and treasured. It'll never be enough to tell them words of comfort for we all know that regrets would always be with them every single day.