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In Loving Memory

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Ace's passing still really stings. I miss him terribly. I never knew how much that 85 pound presence would have once gone. I still keep thinking he will be at the door when I get home, under my feet when I get up in the middle of the night thinking it is time to get up and go out! It sure is heartwrenching. I catch myself thinking I need to get home to let him out, and I miss our 2xdaily walks.

His love for me was huge and everyone would tell me that whenever they came over and saw him interact with me, as if noone else on earth was there. He was an enormous comfort to me through some pretty rough years. He never realized how big he was, or that the word lapdog referred to usually smaller dogs – he found much comfort in my lap/bed/or car.

I knew back in Nov 2006 when I saw that 10 week old large puppy of a boxer that he would be ours. I couldn't leave him at that awful place of a purebred puppy mill – that place gave me nightmares – the house was in such disrepair and while he was the last of the litter, I didn't care, he wasn't staying there.

He loved the car and when I opened the sunroof he would stand in the back seat with his big head hanging out and the wind would catch those huge jowls and they would inflate – people would always point and laugh – it was pretty funny.

He loved his Christmas stocking and each year he would pull it down to find his bone inside! He never liked bikes or people in uniform... he hated having his tail touched, he would clamp that thing down like a vice... he never bit anyone, but his drool and flying flem would gross most people out – to me it was just him...

I know that he was deeply loved, cared for, petted, bathed, fed and exercised for his short 9 years in my life. So many dogs don't even come close to that. I take comfort that he was in my care, and that God gave me him for the years he was on earth. While my life goes on, it will never be the same without my "Aceball", my bubby and my big galoot!


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