Monday morning –
I went to the library and had a nice co-op/newbie chat with a new HS group member. While I was there Jack was on a puppy pet store adventure.
And Columbo was sleeping in his leaf.
James went with me to Teacher’s day out, no one else showed. We had a nice walk around the gardens and saw 2 juvenile black crowned night herons and a flicker, a turtle, geese, ducks and a huge crawfish.
I took Hannah to the doc and they took off her right big toenail. After seeing it out, it’s no wonder it’s been giving her problems for over a year – the nail was twice as wide as it should have been.
Tuesday Jack had some naptime on me before we went to the park.
Hannah loves that statue.
We walked around the park eating crab apples, sour cherries and chokecherries.
Love this dog.
We left him at home with James and went to the library to hear the Holocaust survivor story of Mr. Osi Staub Sladek. His story started at age 6 when he had to don a yellow star because the Germans had invaded his town. He was smuggled to family in Hungary, then smuggled back to his parents. They fled to the mountains and lived with other Jews, almost starved, then walked back to a liberated city years later. He lost 13 of his cousins (all children) to ‘showers’ at a camp, his paternal grandparents died in Auschwitz, his family in Hungary were sent to a ghetto, some of them survived. The miracles he had happen during his childhood years was amazing to hear.
We had a hailstorm and Jack was so excited to see ice balls coming out of the sky, he loves ice cubes.
We had to wait for the storm to pass before leaving for The Stanley Marketplace to go hear La Pompe. Hear one song here.
Wednesday morning played ball and frisbee with Jack and then took him to Lincoln station coffee to check it out, it’s nice and my chocolate orange frappe was tasty.
They have live music on Saturdays, so we’ll be back. Jack went to the vet to get 1 shot, then I took him to Zoey’s to get a treat. We need to walk more and have less puppuccino’s, he now weighs 10 pounds!