Are you a weeper?


I’m a bit of a sap.

A poignant commercial, a sad movie, a song that reminds me of my father? All of them are apt to cause tears.

But when it comes to animals… and particularly the love for lost pets?

My eye faucet is wide open.

So it’s not surprising I completely choked up when I saw this sweet cartoon on Facebook the other day.



I hope so.

I really, really do.



29 thoughts on “Are you a weeper?”

  1. I feel things and, when I feel them deeply enough, I cry. Maybe I’ll just spring a leak and other times it’s some full-on bawling.
    I was at the VA a few weeks ago. I saw an old fellow there, Lieutenant, 101st Airborne division, World war 2. He was in a wheelchair, being pushed by his tiny little curly white haired wife. She talked like she hadn’t seen him in ages, like their love was new. I sucked it up until I got to the parking lot, then it was just too beautiful.

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  2. I cry all the freaking time. Even more these days, it seems. It feels healthy for the most part, but I sometimes wonder if there is some deeper reason than the happy ending to a CSI episode. That cartoon has made me cry every time I see it.

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  3. Yep. Absolute bawler – especially when they go home without me.

    Have no fear, they will be waiting for you when you arrive, right at the feet of your papa. I’ve had a few readings with a lady here in Australia who specialises in animal communication – there’s quite a few of them. I just did a search and found a guardian article with some that are out your way if you’re feeling curious

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