In Memoriam


'And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest'

"Two years later, I was still asking myself the same questions. I felt kind of stupid grieving over a dog, but then I read a short piece in Harvard magazine that claimed it might well be more difficult to get over the loss of a dog than of a family member. 'One often has mixed feelings about relatives, but few people could identify serious problems in their relationships with dogs.'"

From Chapter One of Phillip Greenspun's Travels with Samantha.

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