Saturday, September 21, 2013
My son now attends the University of California in Davis to take a double major: Anthropology and International Agricultural Development.
JB Agustin is his roommate who happened to be a son of someone from my hometown in Abulug. I know he comes from a good family. It is a good thing! So far they are getting along quiet well.
It was a rainy day when we brought him to his school for the first time.
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
She was a delightful bunny.
Sunday, September 7, 2013 was a sad day for us - It was the day Lexi died. Having to see life slip away from something dear to the family was very painful. But it helped that I was holding her in my arms like a baby when she took her last breath. I can't imagine how much harder it would have been had we found her already dead.
We lost our sweet cuddly and fluffy bunny. Miriam was very upset. For two days, she cried whenever she remembered her. Even I was very sad and upset. She was the only pet we had that we could actually pet. She loved it when we'd run our fingers on her head and in between her ears. We will really miss her.
Tim and Brahms dug a grave for her in the same area where we buried Casey and Bob. The following day I planted some echeveria on top of her grave. That place now qualify as a pet cemetery.
We loved Lexy. And we thank God for the many happy moments that she brought to our home. Some of her memories are written in my blogs for posterity:
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Miriam is now taking art lessons from Adam Reeder. Becky Carmichael, classmate and friend, has invited her before but she was not that interested back then. Now she is excited not only to learn but also to spend more time with her good friend.
Miriam and Becky Carmichael
Posing with her favorite Anime-artist. (Image by Brahms Lewis)
For those who are willing to learn, there is always room for improvement.