Thief steals more than a garden fairy ornament

A very special garden fairy was stolen from my front yard on Hall Mines Road near the Alpine Motel.

This past Saturday night, a very special garden fairy was stolen from my front yard on Hall Mines Road near the Alpine Motel. It was special because it was a small memorial monument to my daughter Anaya who passed away a year and a half ago.

The fairy had a solar ball that glowed in rainbow colors at night. Rainbows represent Anaya’s soul for us. She lost her sight at six-months-old and the rainbows remind us to be grateful for all the beautiful colors of the world and how fortunate we are to see them.

The fairy was very special to our family and we would really like it back. The thief could put it back — no questons asked, please. Any other inquires please contact Camara at maraglow@gmail.com

Camara Cassin

Nelson

 

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