Easter 2009

April 24, 2009

Much to the suprise of no one, we aren’t horribly religious.  I think the brand of religion frequently practiced in Oklahoma finally killed off my religious conviction in total (God Hates Fags, 6000 year old Earth, I’m right and you’re wrong and you will rot in hell).  But we can still enjoy a very nice Easter Sunday!

The highlight for Kaldun was getting a new 18 speed bike.  Kaldun moved to Oklahoma with his cousin Scot’s old bike (which is now on its way to American Somoa, a whole other story).  He then progressed to a full sized dirt bike, but quickly outgrew that.  Coupled with his propensity to go very, very slowly we thought buying a bigger bike was in order.  So the old bike resides at the neighbors, and Kaldun is really enjoying his new bike.  So much so he talked me into packing my suit into a backpack and biking to school/work with him on Earth Day!

From Easter 2009

The highlight for Mooshu was upgrading from a 20 gallon tank to a 55 gallon tank. It was long in the cards as he has grown from about 6″ to about 18″ from nose to tip of the tail. The new setup gives him not only more room, but more control over his temperature. Some breeders on the internet also informed me that sand substrate, while cool and enjoyable for the lizard, is not the best (compaction problems, sanitary problems, infection . . .) – so he now resides on newspaper. It’s working out very well so far.

From Easter 2009
Its a dogs life.

The highlight for Bacchus was staying inside most of the day and sleeping on the rug. Igasa was no doubt sleeping on the couch, bed, or a pile of clean laundry. Either that or a mud puddle outside. Stupid girl dog.  But I digress . . .

The highlight for Kelli and I was having a friend over for a cilvized meal in the evening.  And a good time was had by all.

From Easter 2009

The weather down here has been amazing since Easter.  70 – 90F every day.  Mostly sunny.  Some breeze.  My garden and our flowers are really starting ot take off.   It is supposed to rain this weekend but I’m looking forward to clearing the air a bit.

San Diego pictures coming, I promise!  I need to get Kelli to tell me which ones to post.

- Jesse

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3 Responses

  1. Oh man! Those kabobs look sooo tasty!

    By the way, why didn’t we get shown the new bike hmmmm?

  2. Yes, I would like to see a demonstration of the new bike the next time we are in T-town :-) .

  3. MomMay 4, 2009 @ 8:05 am

    How is Kaldun doing with his hand brakes and gears? How exciting to meet a celebrity who is interesting and interested in real people.

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