Back in august I wrote about a broken circle. I finally dug a hole. He is resting in the back yard, in a sunny spot in view of the bird feeders. I will have to get an appropriate plant or perhaps statuary.
Almost exactly 8 (!) years ago I posted about giving up the cats so we could travel to Cairo. http://www.cairochronicles.com/jack/?p=26 And then 3 years ago I posted about getting Roscoe back. http://www.cairochronicles.com/jack/?p=412 Today he leaves us permanently. The vet will be here shortly to help usher Roscoe P. Coltrain over the rainbow bridge. I keep [...]
About 3 years ago, I posted this http://www.cairochronicles.com/jack/?p=22 It is happening again. We were in our favorite place in Egypt, Dahab last month. We were staying with our dear friends, Nina and Mikas, at their extremely cozy guest house, Dahab Coach House. We dive with Sinai Divers Backpackers and have loads of friends there: Pritesh, [...]
Usually, one hears that from a toddler. It is usually met with great fanfare on behalf of the parents. In this case, it is an occasion for some angst. For the last 9 years, we have had a cat. Roscoe P. Coltrain is his name. He had many quirks. So many that we used to [...]
A few weeks ago, we attended a large gathering at a friends home in Vancouver(the original one). It is a yearly event that is held around the end of June. There is lots of food, drink and laughter. The party is on a Saturday night. Sunday morning is spent lounging about drinking coffee and laughing [...]