June 27, 2006

Well, it kinda-sorta looks like we do have a new dog.  It has been a week and no owner, so the prospects are grim.  I didnt have class today so I spent an hour this Am driving around the area we found her, to no avail.  So it was, we bought a new colar and a leash for her (matching red) and picked out a name:

Igasa (pronounce “ee-gah-sa”), it is Hopi (Native American) for “one who wonders.”  So it seems fitting.  She seems to respond well to it and has already learned ‘sit’ and that she has to sit and stay before she can go through a door.  So she seems like a smart dog and Im sure she will make a fine addition to the family.

In other news;  Fence pictures are up! No one probably cares anymore, but oh well.  I didnt get any ‘action shots’ of us doing any real work, but since it was pushing 100F most days, you can imagine it was ugly.  Job done, looks great… go see for yourself.

I had today off from my class so I got to watch some World Cup, I have now become a World Cup fan (Down with Italy!)… so that’s good.  Its back to the grind at BarBri bright and early.   As a post script to the last post, my score was really 111, I misgraded 1 and got credit for a different answer on another.  So yay.

And one last thing, in this random and incoherent post, I sold my green Taurus.  Done and done.  Well, kinda.  I have to go to the bank and make sure the check clears and all but I covered my self with a note and a check with a purchase money security interest in the car.  Teehee.  $2,400 for a 1996 Ford Taurus LX with all the bells and whistles.  Gave them a good deal IMHO but I sold it to a neighbor, so that’s good.

- Jesse

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  1. Yay for dogs and Jesse! Yay for car sales! Yay!

    As you can tell, I’m happy. mainly because I just finished another practice essay and I’m HAPPY to be done with it :-) That’s the great thing about bar prep, it makes you appreciate ANY time that is NOT bar prep!

  2. AmeliaJune 30, 2006 @ 9:48 am

    Awwwww… another dog family member :0) Glad she found a good home, but I thought you’d be naming her Black Velvet or something?!

    And hey, we have a big ole wood fence that needs some serious help if you ever want to come over to New Mexico… Good job on yours – much improved from the rotted grey look. Yay for treated lumber!

  3. That’s a very pretty name. Where did you find it? I’m always at a loss when it comes to naming animals.

  4. jesse.fettketherJuly 8, 2006 @ 6:12 pm

    I just looked all over the internet for a good name. Different civilizations gods, foriegn words, and different lands names until I found one I liked :)

    It is a slow process, but it works!

    - Jesse

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