March 2012

I envy those who have fancy cameras with good zoom lenses. But at the same time I'm not sure I have the brain capacity to learn a new skill, like photography. March offered us an eclipse of the moon to view. Here is my attempt to take a picture of it with my iPhone.


Our new home needed some sprucing up, so Cassie and Les teamed up with their gardening skills to tend to our potted plants we brought with us from Inarajan. Cassie learned how to plant tomatoes and cucumbers and how to tend to the plants, watering them, checking for bugs and pulling out weeds. We also grew green beans up the stair railings. 


We added a new pet to our household, a golden retriever mix boonie pup named Eno. He has become Eric and Cassie's best friend and though he terrorizes the cats at times, he has formed a special bond with Applesauce. 

I can't remember if it was March or April when one of our favorite cats, Miso, died. We aren't sure what caused his death. He was found on the ground in our pool area. He may have attempted to jump off the second story balcony onto a shed and missed. By the time we found him, it was too late to help, and we ended up letting nature take care of his remains. In the end there was a cool skeleton of a cat left behind. Unfortunately I was the only one interested in such a find. Kids and hubby were too upset since it was one of their favorite cats. Gruesome me saved a jawbone as a souvenir. It can be found in the ashtray of my car in case anyone wonders.



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