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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Soulmates

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Denali the dog with Ben KnightI’m sorry about this. Really I am.Unfortunately, my friend Kim posted this, and I watched it (twice), and I tried, but I can’t keep it to myself. Here’s what you do:

1. Get tissues.

2. If you’re like me, just take off the eyelashes. I promise they won’t be there by the end anyway. It’s better this way.

3. Make sure you don’t have to see anyone for a while. They will ask you what’s wrong. You won’t want to explain.

4. Watch the video.

5. Have a good cry. Then eat chocolate, preferably with a big glass of wine.

6. Forgive me. It was too special not to share. Nothing else was going to be this beautiful today (thank goodness).

Are you ready? Okay, go.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

34 thoughts on “Soulmates

  1. OHHH MY GOSH! That was such a beautiful tribute. Having just lost my 16 yr old dog in January it touched a nerve for sure.

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  2. Oh, Donna. If you have a chance, read “The Art of Racing in the Rain.” Hold the eyelashes. Keep the chocolate and wine nearby. This was the most beautiful tribute….

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  3. Good grief. My eyes are leaking just reading your instructions! I’m saving this for some alone time later on. 😉

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  4. I have PMS. I’m totally wrecked. My face is just a liquid mess.

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  5. As I watched, the pup was at my feet, and the cat was next to me. They’re getting extra lovin’ today.

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  6. Thank you…you big jerk…that was beautiful. Our two fur babies are 14 years old. They are Korean Jindos, brother and sister from a litter of 3 week old puppies that someone threw out on the side of the road. A Good Samaritan took the box to the shelter on base in Japan and we got our girl 3 weeks later. One year later, the owners of the brother gave him to us. There are mornings when Mika is sleeping so hard that she doesn’t move AT ALL, and Jasper pops and creaks for the first 5 minutes after he wakes up. They are my constant companions and after watching this video, I have some snuggling and nuzzling to do.

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  7. Never underestimate the power of the human and animal bond.

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  8. Reblogged this on Bridgette's Digits and commented:
    Having two little doggies of my own for the past eight years… “got both when they were 2 MONTHS old” -and- having gone through & survived Cancer, this video touched my heart like nothing else could!

    Bridgette 😭

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  9. This touched my heart… I had to reblog! brïdgêtté

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  10. Can’t thank you enough for sharing !! Heart wrenching and heart warming at the same time!!

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  11. Reblogged this on the RARE belle and commented:
    Okay belles….we just had to share this both heart wrenching and heart warming tribute to the ultimate bond between a dog and a human….heed the warnings…Kleenex , chocolate, a stiff drink will be required! Absolutely worth it…

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  12. Reblogged this on Anything is Possible! and commented:
    Thanks to Donna for this timely follow up to this morning’s dog post. It really grabbed hold of my dog loving soul… a beautifully moving tearjerker, sprinkled with the best kind of dog humor (from a dog’s point of view.)

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  13. No tears here. I thought the wisdom was joyful. It’s what I want for me. I don’t have a pet.

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  14. Cried my eyed out. But sometimes letting all the emotion go can be therapeutic. Thank you Donna.

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  15. hey. I have heard about this video but the softy that I am when it comes to dogs am scared to see it. Coz I know am going to sob my heart out. Sniff.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Really appreciate it 🙂

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  16. I have heard about this video but am so scared to see it. The softy that I am when it comes to dogs I am so going to sob my heart out.
    Sniff.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Really appreciate it!

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