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Palms of Victory I shall wear
Cape Coral (It's Just Paradise)
Zone 10A on the Isabelle Canal
Elevation: 15 feet
I'd like to be under the sea in an octopus' garden in the shade.
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Thanks everyone for your kind words they really help. Larry Dietrich, who is building my Caribbean garden, setup a special rock that will hold Abaco's memorial plaque and under which we will place his ashes. We are going to plant a Coccothrinax argentata near the rock in his honor. This way he will always be in the garden which is where he wanted to be 24/7.
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just saw this...to you Dick and Roz..and all my other palm peeps in here who have lost a furry,fluffy, or feathered friend recently... my heart is heavy for you. Being an animal lover all my life I know it's hard when they pass on. But think of all the wonderful memories you created together with your special "bud-dy". I do. And I like to think of my critter's in heaven talking to my family and friends up there...and i know they are having a good ole laugh at re-telling all the antics "we' got into. (of course they talk up there...duhh) Remember, they've seen you at your best and at your worst...and they still love you unconditionally...now that's a true friend.
I thought this thread was only for people, but I see it's for pets too. I have to put my black cat of 17 years down today. She has been in rapid decline for the past week and is skin and bones and can't keep food down, and she has lost control of her bladder. She will be the last of 3 cats. Her Mom and sister died last year of old age and natural causes. I'll miss her greeting me in the mornings, wanting to be fed, and then purr in my lap. It's really tough, but the best thing to do. I'll probably blubber for a few days. I'll bury her right next to her Mom whom she loved so much...under a palm, of course.
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From my post of Feb 12th. I chickened out and couldn't put my black cat down. Even though skin and bones, she would still jump in my lap anytime I sat down and purr. I figgured as long as she could purr and nuzzle my hand life was still worth living.
This morning she didn't greet me in the kitchen begging for food. As recently as yesterday she was chewing on a beef bone and jumping in my lap. This morning I found her dead on one of my dinning room chairs. She looked like she died very peacefully in her sleep. RIP Blackie. You will be missed.
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