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Old 09-07-2008, 05:09 PM   #11
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That is such a sweet story, I have tears in my eyes. That is such a great story about learning to love that you are teaching for your daughter. You are such a good mom
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Old 09-08-2008, 10:53 AM   #12
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So sweet and you are very special to do that for the poor thing.
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Aww, what a great story. Thanks for sharing, I will have to show my daughter the picture, and tell her about it (she is only four). Demonica, you're a great mother.
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Great story! Thanks for sharing. I love monarchs.

My husband found one on the lawn the other weekend while he was mowing. He saw it fly around and land on the ground in front of him so he stopped the tractor, scooped it up and brought it ove to me. I was sitting by the pool reading and that little guy sat on my hat with me for about a half-hour. It was awesome! Thank goodness he didn't need to be cared for, but if he had I know where to find a good butterfly doc, Demonica....
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