I was recently inspired to take up gardening after a particularly unpleasant day in my life.
I’d been having to deal with my husband, who is on disability and was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and I’d also recently lost my mother.
We had been through a lot of difficult times in our marriage, and the death of my mother, whom I’d known since she was six months old, was a crushing blow.
The loss of my beloved mother meant I lost a huge part of my life, both physical and emotional.
It also meant that I had to take on a completely different life, something I hadn’t had to do since I was 16.
The only time I had ever felt comfortable enough to be alone was at night, when I’d take my turtle boxes home to the back garden, and it was my favourite time of the day.
But that wasn’t to last.
I found myself having to move into my own home, because I was too embarrassed to be in the same room as my mother or my father anymore.
I was starting to worry that my turtle box had gone, too.
I could have put it away, or I could buy a new box for it, but I couldn’t just leave it in my house and hope for the best.
I wanted to move it out and start my life anew.
So I took my boxes to a local garden centre, and there was a lovely box of turtle boxes, a couple of which I had collected as pets from the local pet store.
I decided to give them to my mum and dad, who had recently been separated, so that they could have a bit of peace.
They had also previously bought turtle boxes as pets, and had started a new life together.
They didn’t want to see me having to leave them in the garage, and so they bought a new set of boxes for me.
They’d been looking for turtles in the garden for a while, and decided to get the turtles from a local pet shop, and they were thrilled when I brought them home with me.
The turtle boxes were beautiful, and all the little animals were happily cooing and playing, and that was all that mattered to them.
But I wanted something more than that.
I knew I wanted the turtles to have the freedom to roam around and play with their new friends, and my mum had always been a bit protective of the turtles she kept.
So, after all the effort she put into her turtles, she decided to throw them out, along with the box of boxes that I’d bought for them.
I didn’t really know what to do, so I tried to explain to her that she shouldn’t have bought the boxes because she didn’t trust them, but she didn of course understand.
So she went to get me a new one and told me she was going to throw out all the boxes, but there were still three turtles in them.
It was a bit heartbreaking.
I don’t think she really knew what to think, and she threw them all out without a word.
She was just like, ‘I’m not going to have any more turtles in my garage, I’m leaving them in there and that’s it’.
The moment she left them in their box I thought, I am going to start living in a different world.
I have two turtles in there now, so she’s not going anywhere.
The reason I was so upset with her is because I knew that it was her responsibility to get her turtles out of there.
And if I hadn.
It’s like my mother said, she’s going to live her life as a turtle, but that is not the way it should be.
The turtles are just a part of her, and to take them away from her, I think, is a betrayal.
I thought about leaving them alone for a bit longer, but after thinking about it for a few minutes I decided I didn´t want to spend the rest of my days sitting on my front porch and watching them go.
So the next day, I got up early and went to a nearby car park to pick up my boxes.
I’m not really a morning person, so my husband and I sat down and started going through the boxes.
And it was so nice to see them.
All of the animals were happy and happy, and we were all able to relax, because they’re just a tiny part of us, and no one is going to take away that part of ourselves.
So it wasn’t that I was sad that I lost my turtles, it was that I felt like I had wasted my time.
I did think about buying a new turtle box, but it was a really expensive one.
I mean, it would have cost me at least £200, and in the end I decided that I wasn’t going to spend that money on a box that was going down the drain.
So when I finally decided to go back to buying the box, I didn`t do