Since January I have been hardcore into Diablo 3. Then, they added seasons and I spent even more time in the game. Got frustrated after doing some set dungeons and went on hiatus...decided to finally play my Overwatch that's been sitting in my library since Christmas. Omg. I haven't played since beta and I absolutely loved it. I have no idea why I threw this game on hold for so long (though in my defense it has been for other games I have had in my backlog). Since trying Overwatch again, I have been addicted. I have met wonderful people in both the Diablo and Overwatch community that I am glad to now call friends. To be honest, I haven't been hunting trophies...i have been so focused on leaderboard ranks in Diablo and maybe now in Overwatch that trophies don't really matter to me...especially since I have had so much going on outside of my gaming life with work and family.
I now have an amazing job and I am super thankful for the opportunity. With it, I will be able to pay some things off, move into a house, etc. Chris and I have our own little family right now, but who knows when we have more space we will need to discuss...what next? I am loving life. It can't get any better. I have a fantastic job, wonderful friends and family, and everything seems to be going so well. My grandmother and my dog would be so proud of what all has happened lately...
Speaking of that, I think that losing my dog has been one of the main reasons I have been so focused on other things. In February my baby girl, Lucky, lost her quality of life within a day or two and it was absolutely horrible. She has been through absolutely every major life event with me. Going through middle school and high school with me, boyfriends, breakups, deaths, college, marriage, moving in with my husband, dealt with all my animals, etc. Writing this part is making me cry just thinking about her. She was definitely the hardest family member I think I have ever lost. She meant so much to me and I am so glad she was there during so many life events in my life I know she had an amazing life and she was definitely loved. When her time came, we took her to the vet and I held her as she went. She used to do this little nudge with her face into my chest as her way of hugging and it's literally the last thing she did as I was kissing her on the head. I love animals and everything but I don't think I will ever fully be over her loss. I am thankful enough to have been there for her final moments to comfort her even though internally I was in so much pain. I have had a shadowbox I got all the stuff to make for her collar and paw print etc I just haven't been able to stop being an emotional wreck to make it. I can picture it in my head and can't wait to have it put together in her memory. I loved her so much. She will always be remembered .
Anyways, life is great don't take it for granted. You never know what the future holds.
Posted by ashleyj1988
on 23 April 17 at 16:51
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