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  • WOW. That is Awesome. Yes I do and also have friends doing the same for me to. It is so nice to hear good stories like this.
    • Anoname
      There are a million stories in the city. This one's mine.
    • Linda Joy
      You deserve it! I'm so happy for you!
  • Wow I'm so happy for you! No, I wish I could! I know just who I would give it to.
    • Anoname
      That's one less stress. The city sent me a notice that the height of my grass was out of compliance.
    • Linda Joy
      I used to struggle with that, too, when I still had my home. Then I bought an electric one. I had a push mower at one time. My grandson thought that was fun for about 2 minutes! Lol. I miss him. I remember cutting weeds taller than me with a lawnmower! Ran over a turtle once when we lived on Sand Mountain. Didn't hurt it. It was huddled down in tight, thank God!
    • Anoname
      When I was a child I ran over a young snake. Cut his head up real bad but he survived the impact. I felt bad for him and tried to nurse him back to health. I was able to keep him alive for about a week, but the injuries were just too great.
    • Linda Joy
      I nursed a crow back to health once. It went berserk when it became healthy enough trying to get out of the cage,so that's when I turned it loose.
    • Anoname
      OK, I can match that one. I too nursed a bird back to health, but the bird didn't want to go free. My mother made me leave him in the middle of a field. As I was walking away the bird tried his best to follow me on foot chirping at me the whole way to not leave him. Heartbreaking.
    • Linda Joy
      Could it not fly?
    • Anoname
      I tried to teach him but he wasn't interested in learning as he was content just being a pet.
    • Linda Joy
      it sounds dangerous to turn a bird loose that can't fly.
    • Anoname
      I thought so too but a kid has to do as his parents order.
    • Linda Joy
      True.

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