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Date:8/28/2014 4:31:25 AM
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Hi Baby!
wow, this has got to be the worst time in a while for your mommy. God bless her and make her greif go away real soon. It wont be easy to just let this go--with it being such a part of both of your lives. coco misses mom just as much but birds will adapt and do quite well. lets pray coco is in the hands of the right folks that will do her right. someone that will love and care for him the way you have. they may not know where to even look for the family. please dont picture coco in hostage someplace, . picture coco the way you know him. happy and free as a bird.I cant get the situation off my mind today.it would have to be be one of the hardest times to adapt to the fact of not knowing where he is. be strong, my freind. this situation is in Gods hands and you have no control so they are right about saying to let it go. thats really all you can do.

maybe someday once time passes you can get another like coco. it was surprizing to us when we got a 2nd quacker (after the first one died) how much it really can replace the greif in a certain kind of way.nothing could totally replace our first buster brown (that was his name) altho we named the secont one the same and he almost acted like he knew what we needed and gave it to us about a year later.

God bless you and I pray everyday to help hopefully lighten your burden of all this that has so suddenly changed your life. someday soon that empty spot will find a way of mending. I know it dont seem much possible right now

more tender hugs sassy n baby
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