On October 29, 2013 my life changed for the better. I adopted a 2 and a half year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Sally from the Nevins Farm MSPCA in Methuen, MA. Sally was a stray. She was also a bait dog. Sally proved the stigma against pit bulls wrong. Sally was the most loving and happy dog. Sally had these beautiul brown eyes. Sally and I went on so many rides and walks all around Massachusetts and once lived in New Orleans,LA as well for a year. Our special spots were the Lawrence Municipal Airport located in Lawrence,MA, Harold Parker State Forest in North Andover,MA, Fort Independence(Castle Island),South Boston,MA, Telegraph Park, South Boston,MA, Constitution Beach in East Boston,MA, Bell Isle in Winthrop,MA, Revere Beach in Revere,MA and our back porch in New Orleans,LA. Unfortunately Sally passed away on February 7, 2018. She passed away due to a unexpected non operable brain tumor. She was 6 and a half going on 7 years old. She will never be forgotten. She was/is so loved and so missed. I try to find a place in my mind where she can just stay awake forever. She is always on my mind and always will be. But I know when my time is up we will meet again at the Rainbow Bridge never again to be separated. Sally brought so much joy to all of our lives. I personally tattooed her actual paw print on my left wrist along with her portrait on my upper left arm along with many other tattoos in memoriam of her. I feel like I lost my right arm. Sally was my co-pilot. Sally really enjoyed her rides and walks. I’ve spent many times even hours and hours just sitting with Sally drinking coffee or just breathing in the fresh air of the Atlantic Ocean and just enjoying the companionship of my best friend. Sally was a love. Sally was loyal and very protective. Not seeing Sally in person since her passing is very hard and I know it won’t get any easier but I know she wouldn’t want me or any of us to be upset, sad, or angry. She would want me to be happy. I once read a quote which said...”All you can do is hope that grief will be transformed and, instead of feeling pain and confusion you will be together again in memory, that there will be solace and pleasure there, not just loss.” That quote has been helping me because all I have is nothing but great memories of Sally and I’m so fortunate that I can always call Sally my dog. My best friend. I LOVE you Sally More than Words, More than Life itself and especially Always and Forever but mostly to the Moon and Back. Rest Easy and in Peace Baby Girl. See you in my Dreams.