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beginner seeking help

Posted by pocaloca 8 TX (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 10, 04 at 12:48

My son recently died (late May). I would truly enjoy starting a memory garden for him. I think it will also help all of us to start healing a bit faster. He was a nature lover, so this seems a fitting tribute. If anyone has any advice, cuttings, plants, etc. please email me. We live in Spring, Texas.
Respectfully,
pocaloca (Ruth)


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RE: beginner seeking help

I live in Palmadale,Ca(High Desert/Mojave Desert) but will be moving to Dallas FT Worth next year.Where is Spring TX? I am so sorry about your son. That's a beautiful idea for a memorial. Did he have a favorite color?Favorite small animal(reptiles?birds? or even cats?) You can base your garden on one or more of these themes.PJ


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RE: beginner seeking help

Forget Me Nots sound like a choice
Sorry to hear of your sons passing


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