Lightning, my 15 year old chow/lab mix, just died yesterday. I want her back. The worst thing is, I was away at school when she died and was buried. And I knew the last day I saw her that it would be the last time I saw her. I just hoped that I was wrong. But I was right. I always am about that kind of thing.
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