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Old 07-03-2013, 01:12 PM
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I aspire to be the person my dog thinks I am. I have a long ways to go.
You'll never make it, but your dog will never care...

it's exactly a year since I lost Scooter and every time I come home I look for him at the window by the door. He's just not there. They give love that is always and unconditional.
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I'm late coming to the thread but Rip Tide pretty well summed things up I think.

I would like to be like me on a good day. A good day is one where I don't do anything stupid or careless and on good days it seems that I know what I'm doing. When a bad day comes along I can see that I'm still not the person I would like to be.

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