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Coping with a pet's death: Grief can be deep, memories often sweet

Coping with a pet's death: Grief can be deep, memories often sweet



2018-04-16T06:35:09+0000

“You tell yourself, this is going to happen. But when it happens, it’s just final."





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FOX 7 Austin

A chilly start but Zack Shields on FOX 7 says it's going to shape up to become a picture perfect day! Here's a quick look at what you can expect and tune in to Good Day Austin for Zack's full forecast. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I am hating this weather!

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Texas A&M University

This month, Aggies in the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, Texas A&M Athletics, and the #12thMan are wearing teal to raise awareness & to show their commitment to #StepInStandUp against sexual violence in Aggieland!

Learn more about Texas A&M's efforts to end sexual violence on campus: stepinstandup.tamu.edu/
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Wasn’t aware there is a huge sexual violence problem in Aggieland. This is sad.

Joey here’s why baseball team is wearing the teal 😃

How about not having units that are mixed gender with male and females on the same dorm floors?

Yes! Show your support!

Mikal Rhodenn

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Only In Texas

Ships entering the Houston ship channel from the Gulf at sunrise, Galveston. Photo taken by John Chitty. ... See MoreSee Less

Ships entering the Houston ship channel from the Gulf at sunrise, Galveston. Photo taken by John Chitty.

 

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The chemicals in the air illuminated by an otherwise perfect sunrise.

It was a Spectacular day day in Galveston today the Gulf was calm the sky was as blue as the water you could see the ships for miles .

Am I the only one that thought of the Chitty Bang Bang song

Thank you Dear Lord for this magnificent work of art

Can not wait to the sun sets and sun rises in Texas.

Breath taking! I need to be by the water!!!! This is a Richard Mantia painting

beautiful!

Very pretty

So pretty

3 days ago

Only In Texas

The iconic Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo captured beautifully by John Chitty. ... See MoreSee Less

The iconic Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo captured beautifully by John Chitty.

 

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This is a beautiful photo compared to the way it REALLY looks!

Too bad all the taggers ruined it.

Reality. Right off the highway, in big field- didn't feel like walking up to it. It was cool though.

On my bucket list.

I see this and wonder WHY? .then remember Stanley Marsh did it. Like the funky signs he had all over town

Just returned from Amarillo. It is a funky, artistic, high end, extremely philanthropic city! Kind of like no other!

This is obviously this particular photographer's vision for this scene. Not all photos have to depict reality.

When I look at cadillac ranch all I see is Stanley marsh and his 20 counts of child molestation

A Dallas favorite. He loved this place😊

on one of my trips to Amarillo.

Great photo of this crazy display.

Been there

I was there to

Julia Nixon, remember this? How fun this trip was on our bikes.

Been there

San Antonio Texas

Jan Hattaway!!!!!

The guy said on the property was some sort of axe murderer rapist

Så i det Pernille Funch Grøndahl?

Chelsea Blackburn Julie Blackburn

Gail Thomas Passons

I do hope that's not trash on the ground, but maybe mementos people have left.

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Texas A&M University

Thousands of Aggies gathered in Reed Arena last night to celebrate and remember those who have gone before us at our annual Aggie Muster ceremony. Here.Thousands of Aggies gathered in Reed Arena last night to celebrate and remember those who have gone before us at our annual Aggie Muster ceremony. Here. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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There is no university that is better than Texas A&M, no students better than Aggies and no Corps of Cadets better than Texas A&M. I am so proud to the wife of an Aggie and the grandmother of an Aggie and his Aggie wife.

What a truly amazing university Texas A&M is. As an Aggie grandparent, I am so impressed with all they do.

These Aggies never cease to amaze me! Such togetherness!

Softly call the Muster, let comrades answer here....Here

Here.. it was well done as always. To many young Aggies were lost this past year. Thank you Mrs. Wilson for your words of wisdom and reflection. So sorry for your loss.

Such an amazing experience! I’m so thankful that my son is part of a family such as this. I was honored to be in attendance for the first time last night.

What a special event. I truly love what a family A&M seems to be. Thinking of you Kayleigh Marie Taylor!

Proud to be the mom and mom in law to two Aggies. Softly call the muster for Barbara Bush. Here.

What a great tradition....and the timing to be able to commerate the life of Barbara Bush. Pure class as always Aggies.

Great pictures ! Thanks for sharing. We attended Muster in Dallas. It was special. You may have seen the posting of our family.

In 1991 Eric introduced the Muster Speaker, Admiral Johnson! What an experience to witness this solemn event!

What a special ceremony. We were there 2 years ago for my husband's 50th reunion.

Melinda Langford Here

Beautiful tradition!

Troy Alan Peacock Here

Beautiful service.

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Always touching

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As they arrived to George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Bush family was met by members of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets lining the street, hymns sung by the Texas A&M University Singing Cadets, and wreaths designed by Texas A&M Benz School of Floral Design director Bill McKinley adorning the walkway to Mrs. Bush's final resting place. tx.ag/barbarabush ... See MoreSee Less

As they arrived to George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Bush family was met by members of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets lining the street, hymns sung by the Texas A&M University Singing Cadets, and wreaths designed by Texas A&M Benz School of Floral Design director Bill McKinley adorning the walkway to Mrs. Bushs final resting place. http://tx.ag/barbarabush

 

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No place but A&M would show such respect.

Her name will be called, on Muster day, next year..

RIP Mrs. Bush... Now reunited with Robin after almost 65 Years.

Pure class by a first class institution. Just another reason to be proud to be a Texas Aggie!

Thats what Aggies and Texans do.

Texas A&M is pure class. Aggies never disappoint 🎩⚪Beautiful ⚪🎩⚪🇺🇸⚪🇺🇸⚪🎩❤🎩❤🇺🇸

If it wasn’t for Fox News...I wouldn’t have been able to see all the cadets, lined in unison. It was awe inspiring!

Hats off to A&M! As a former Norwich cadet, I was very impressed by the Corps and the reverence they showed for Mrs Bush. The wreaths and everything else the students did is a great reflection on the university and character of its students. It confirms the wisdom of Bush 41 for choosing A&M for his library. Proud my niece Iris attends there.

So proud of the class shown by this university!!

The pink roses with pearl drapes are just beautiful.

In an interview some time ago, Mrs. Bush said it was the most beautiful of places, and I have to agree!

Thank you Aggies for taking care of them today.

Thank you A&M for honoring one special lady.❤️

1st class Ags! Wouldn't expect any different.

Her name was called at the B/CS Muster tonight!

Those wreaths are perfect! Way to go Aggies!

Well done Texas A & M University. Proud our grandson if among the 700 Texas A & M Corp of Cadets to welcome her to her resting place.

We are going next month on Memorial Day weekend to visit the library and pay our respects to Mrs. Bush. Definitely a beautiful service and major respect to all those who were a part of it.

Such a remarkable, graceful and classy Lady. She is now home with her Daughter and other family members. RIP, you left the world a better place and will be missed. 👍

The Spirit of Aggieland can ne’er be told however it is even more profound having Barbara Bush’s never forgotten spirit interred here. RIP Barbara Bush - Greatest First Lady Ever.

It’s a shame other schools students can only show disrespect for theirselves and others by protesting any and everything that comes along! Look at this kids! This is true respect!!!

We were there for a 50th Class Reunion, but stood with all those others aong George Bush Street for the Motorcade of an special LADY.

My daughter went to school here and the grounds around this are spectacular . Mrs. Bush will be loved and taken care of by loving cadets and students. RIP

Awesome work Aggies.. tradition and honor rings loud in Texas..she was a great humanitarian...carry on aggies...

What a beautiful final resting place for a beautiful soul...our Former First Lady, Barbara Bush! May she Rest In Peace.

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