She unwrapped her present and seemed a little interested in the book, The Reality TV Handbook. Until she noticed something move in the container. She popped the lid and then popped a screech that was probably heard in the next county. Our ears are still ringing and since Samaritan is the tallest and he was sitting right beside her, he's still a little deaf in his right ear.
Needless to say, she threw the container across the room and let all the crickets out. We tried to catch them but they disappeared under the baseboards.
Maybe it's just as well. She could never catch enough bugs on her own to support her appetite. She'd probably have had to join the Cricket Bucket of the Day Club, which could probably run into squillions of dollars and we certainly couldn't afford to support her habit. Neither could she.
But, personally, we think that's a very rude way to accept a gift. We put a lot of thought and effort into it. She could at least have tried one cricket.
"With the Premium Dardos, recognize the values that each blogger shows each day in commitment to transmit cultural values, ethical, literary, personal etc. that, in short, demonstrate their creativity by alive thinking that remains intact from their letters and words. " This label implies two rules: the first, link the blog to which he received the award. The second - pick blogs to deliver the prize."
We received this award from River and we would like to pass it on to :
Niko and Cloud (Cloud's coming home!) because their mom will continue Texas' photo contest, even though he left for the bridge recently, and has given two new kittens a home.
The Kapp Pack for their rescue work and fundraising for Siberian Huskies.
**********We met the cutest little blind Irish Hare bunny who lives in -- who would have guessed? -- Dublin, Ireland. He... actually they finally learned he's a she ... was found sitting in the road when she was a tiny leveret. Stop by and meet Buster.