Saying Goodbye to a friend!

Meg and Madi will be sad to know their little fish has passed away this morning.


I woke up this morning and fed the fish at 4am  like any other morning, only to see one is looking very sick! I moved him and barely saw  any life in him.


We all watched you grow from a little tiny fish into a rather large fish. You ended up being 5 1/2 inches long.

I got him to move for a little while, noticed he had a growth on side of his head. He swam back to the back of the aquarium and passed away.


Good-Bye our little friend, we will miss watching you swim around the aquarium.


Now we only have the large GoldFish and Algae Eater left to watch. It’s sad to lose a pet, even though they really are Meg and Madi’s fish. They had to leave them behind in WA in Oct. 06 when Marc moved them across the US to NJ.


About Grandmomof7

I’ve been Stay At Home Wife & Mom for 40 years. then in Dec. 2011 I became a widow when GBM-4 Brain Cancer took Rudy from me. We raised 3 daughters (our 4th daughter in heaven) and have 7 grandkids. Originally from Northern California, but have lived in Eastern Washington since 1981. I do allot of crafts, such as sewing, crochet, cross stitch, baking, cake decorating, scrapbooking, paper crafting and family genealogy. In June 2014, I became a caregiver again, this time with my Mom. Mom passed away on Dec. 30, 2014.
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One Response to Saying Goodbye to a friend!

  1. gigi74 says:

    Ha Ha . . . Look at that! I finally got logged into your blog. I had my computer save it all so maybe I’ll quit having this problem.

    Poor little guy . . . you’ve had him for a long time!

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