With everything else we can't control in their lives, it just stinks (to put it nicely), when something (a puppy in our case) you get them to give them some happiness, is now another loss. She doesn't know yet. She will ask about ahim as soon as I pick her up from school. We got her this puppy (born in Feb.) after her dad moved several states away in January. I am sick over this. Any advise? Keep her heart in your prayers. Thank you fellow grands.
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