I turn to the now distorted room before me and i cant help but find myself crying. Alone.
I find myself in my room tonight at 8:00 AM, shaken and feeling lonely in this empty house.
A lot has happened during 2016. Deaths, deaths, and even more deaths. Most of them i really had no thought on. Till yesterday happened, when Indy became too ill to go on. You, of course, do not know who this "Indy" is, but my family does. Indy is our beloved welsh corgi who became very dysfunctional over the last days of him breathing. Indy was never really taken care of at this time. Dad, too busy playing games, would ignore the fact his eye needed to be cleaned. Our family was also very dysfunctional too, which probably made him stressful and maybe worsened his condition, too. We were a family who couldn't spend millions on him, since we aren't rich, so we had no option but to put him down. This behavior from Indy put a huge toll on my older sister, who had lived every day sharing the air he breathed sinc