Tag Archives: Pets

Tropical Fish


With my 10 Neon Tetras in my 55-gallon tank after midnight on October 5, 2017. I’ve been raising fishes since I was a little kid. I got this fish tank from the time I was a University of Hawaii student.

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My 55-gallon tank is once again filled with life


My 55-gallon tank is once again filled with life with 10 Neons Tetras and some plants that I bought from Petco today, September 9, 2017, after a few years of only Zen-like water flowing. Since I was a young child, I’ve been raising freshwater tropical fish. I rewarded myself these fish for a personal goal I achieved and my best efforts on another one. These pals of mine will come with me on the new paths I’m traveling on or alongside. They will help me to maintain inner peace.

#fishtank #neontetras #pets #fish #tropicalfish #petco #tropicalfishtank #relaxing #zen #mindfulness #gratitude #peace #therapy #stressrelief #anxietyrelief #innerpeace #moveforward 

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Stretchy Boy


Stretch or Stretchy Boy as we like to call him is slowly fading out. He’s more relaxed now compared to earlier so he’s spending his last moments at home. I’ve been sitting by him this afternoon and this evening. I don’t want him to go, but I know it is near. Through him, I appreciate life, and make an effort to be mindful of all the good things I have in my life, especially the simple pleasures of life like being around those you love. For Stretch, he was always so happy to see us, enjoyed walks, going to the beach, and his favorite foods. He reminds me of the importance of loving others in the purest form as he demonstrated it towards us. I love Stretch with all of my heart.

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Stretch


Our family dog Stretch isn’t doing too well. Today may be his last day with us since my dad is planning to take him to the veterinarian. He’s been coughing out blood, threw up his food last night, hasn’t eaten today, and his breathing is getting worse. The cancer has taken its toll. The blood might be filling in his lungs. Through it all, he never complains. Stretch is 14 human years old so he is on the older side for a dog. It’s so hard to see him suffer. Stretch has such an unconditional love.

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