We’ve all had those moments. Something reminds you of a friend you haven’t seen or talked to in a while and the next day they call you for no other purpose but to catch up.
I had one of those moments today and I can’t stop thinking about it.
Yesterday I was missing Annie. It’s been a little over a year since we said goodbye and I still have days in which the ache in my gut is ever present. I don’t know why some days I think of her more than others, but yesterday was one of those days.
I opened up my Annie photo file and impulsively posted a video of her on Instagram. She was happily running on the beach with several other dogs.
For most people watching that, they would see a typical dog having fun but for Annie it was so much more. She was so fearful of new places, new people and new situations. She was very nervous the first time we took her to the beach but it became one her favorite places. A safe place with safe people.
Most of the time, she would stay glued to my side. We would walk up and down the beach along the water’s edge while Maisie ran and played with the other dogs. Annie running with the pack was a big deal and I’m so happy to have that video.
I went to bed thinking about her and when I woke up this morning I had a Facebook message from the woman who fostered her for almost a year before we adopted her. She sent me a video of Annie rubbing up against her daughter, wagging her tail and loving the moment.
I figured she had seen my Instagram and was adding another video to my collection. When I asked, she said no, it had come up in her Facebook memories.
To that I can only think, I miss you Annie and I’m glad you are doing well.
6 thoughts on “Do you believe in coincidences?”
I am sure she is watching over you every day. ♥️
I like to think so. 🙂
Aww, that’s so sweet. Sometime those algorithms truly do puzzle us but in this case, what a joyful serendipitous happening.
I agree! 🥰
A lovely story.
The way I see it, Annie was simply dropping by to check on YOU.
That’s what I think too💖