It took me awhile to write this because quite frankly I just haven't really had in me, tough stuff.
I didn't spend my 4th of July as most of America did. I spent it at Chatfield State Park spreading out the ashes of Klaus at his favorite spot. The spot he loved so much and always looked forward to going to, to lay in the grass and cool down in the evening and to enjoy the cool morning dew of sunrise. I am not going to lie, it was tough doing this and at the same time I felt a little better knowing that he is now finally free. I had the crematorium make clay paw prints of him and I saved some of his ashes. he taught me more than anyone ever probably has and I miss him more than I can ever in simple words. I lost a big piece of "me" when he passed. he knew all my secrets, was always there for me and always protected me. It's hard to say anything more without tearing up, so I will just leave you with this song lyric;
"Don't cry for me, because I'll be
Riding the wind forever free
High in the wind forever free
I'll ride the wind forever free
High in the wind forever free....."
I miss you buddy. A lot.