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March 18, 2008



What a pretty kitty; I'm so sorry to hear of her death. I, too, am a cat person so you have my condolences.

Milanese Masala

Hi. I was just reading your blog for the first time today when I saw the picture of your Miss Myrtle and almost got a "colpo". She looks almost exactly like my cat Sausage! My girl is 3/4 tortoiseshell 1/4 chartreuse and 100% sweet chubbiness. I've lost a beloved family cat before so I know how it feels. My condolences.

Southern Goddess

I lurk here often, but never commented. I am so sorry to read about Myrtle. I have come to love my cat Shelby so much over the last 2 years, and worry everyday at dark as to whether or not she will show herself at my back door, and luckily she always does. Condolences to you and yours. SG


I'm so sorry to hear this. It sounds like she had a wonderful life with your family.


Condolence per signorina Myrtle, what a lovely feline she was , it seems simbolic that the rosemary bushes should bloom so soon after her passing.
Your problem with the bricks reminded me of when my marito was putting up the back deck and decided he would put the stairs were I just happened to have had a gorgeous lilac bush growing it was six feet tall . He chopped it all to rat dodo and then realized the steps were to go were he had piled all the left over lumber . Took him another half a day to clear that mess then build the steps then go to the garden center and purchase a six foot lilac bush at eighty dollars.No parent teacher meetings were involved he very seldom dealt with that, I did.


I was very sorry to hear about Miss Myrtle. You must be very sad indeed. I send you my very best wishes, Sally

bleeding espresso

What a beautiful life, and now beautiful resting place, for a beautiful cat. My condolences.

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