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Final resting place under the damson tree in a quiet corner of the garden. All others are fine.

Trying to enjoy life as it is

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Oh Aly.  An extra special big_hug

learning to love veg…..except celery :-O

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What a beautiful resting place....roseroserose

lots of big_hug big_hug big_hug Aly

 

"The beautiful is as useful as the useful...perhaps more so."

from Les Miserables

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Lots of these for you Aly. big_hug   You are a brave girl.   rose

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Sorry to hear that Aly. I guess when the damson flowers you will always remember him. big_hug

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It is in the corner of my veggie patch where nothing is planted, his favourite place!

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Sorry to hear the news Aly

We buried our last dog under a damson tree as well- he loved eating the dropped fruit (although it paid havoc with his digestive system!) so it is a nice happy reminder when it flowers and fruits.

 Are we having fun yet? I am!

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How strange, our last dog - blossom, is buried under one of our plum trees, she used to eat the plums straight of the small tree.

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My all time favourite rooster, Velasquez, is buried under a fig tree.....I remember him every year as the new leaves appear (no fruit so far).  Very comforting.  peace  

 

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