16 September, 2009

T for Terry

Please meet my pet Terry (Terrapin - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrapin), 15 years ago, Terry was as small as 50 cents (1.5"diameter) now, and it has grown up to almost 1 foot long. Terry eats vegetable, shrimps and small fish.

One fine morning, my son Litter V walked Terry out for a stroll in the garden, little brain got short memory, and Terry never been seen again.

3 months later, we found Terry buried himself in the ground with only his head partially exposed, attracting us by making pssi..pssi…pssi sound. Overcome with joy, we bath Terry and found him smaller in size. Never ever Terry was invited for a stroll anymore.

In Feng Shui, tortoise & turtle symbolise longevity, stability, strength, support and endurance. We place Terry in North corner as an enhancer for career, with the hope that it attracts a smooth, grounding energy for business projects and promotions in career.


7 comments:

Salitype said...

oh! he's such a citie,terry is!

good to know you found him and he's back to his oldself again.and look how he's grown over the years...so lovely to look at!

Pete said...

I let go all my son's tortoise in the pond when they grown too big. Funny thing is, they turned around and looked at us, as if saying goodbye.
Have a nice weekend and holidays SC! Cheers!

mommyscchoo@yahoo.com said...

Salitype - agreed with you, he is adorable.

Pete - It seems that all families do keep tortoise as pet. Good experience.

Jessen said...

He's huge! and cute! :p

smallkucing said...

I kept two too but they grown too big. Had to let them go at Bukit Jalil pond

wenn said...

hi..cute Terry..

mommyscchoo@yahoo.com said...

To all, agree Terry is cute, especially when he walk fast fast in the garden, assume that we are aftering him.

Smallkucing: My mom did the same where our Terrapin is let go in hotel pond.