Here are Ginger’s babies at 20 days old. Black long coat male Curious G.Dark Knight and Chocolate long coat female Curious G.Amazon Princess. They opened their eyes around day 13 and started walking wobbly-ly at day 18.
Turn-off? Been on Globe since the 5110′s. Then their service got crappy so got an additional Smart line about 4 years ago. Time to renew again this month – planning to get my first free retention unit (Yay!). Headed to the Smart site and caught this. Would Smart Infinity plans be better, I wonder?
A simple yet engaging story about a boy who survives after his ship sinks in the Pacific Ocean. In the life boat, he is accompanied by a zebra, a hyena, an orangutan, and a tiger. The tiger eats the rest of the animals and survives the long trip with the boy, Pi. There are some memorable quotes like how we prefer the more interesting stories just like we prefer that there is a God. And this one in particular is my favorite: “I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye.” My only gripe is that I endured the whole film not thinking that this could be a true story and then I am made to decide for myself if the story relayed to the writer (and the audience) was true or not.
Adult Pi Patel: So which story do you prefer?
Writer: The one with the tiger. That’s the better story.
Adult Pi Patel: Thank you. And so it goes with God.
Fine. So that Pi guy has lived a lie! The nerve telling a a story and then making everyone choose! P-I, Pi, P-I! Just tell the truth. Or stick to your story. Meh, so he’s the tiger in the story. Wow, you’re so great to have survived that! That what you want? That doing it for you? =) Seriously, it was an OK film. Good job Mr. Ang Lee. And the music! From the beginning, the music was integral to the film. That’s how you score a movie – make it stand out and keep it enmeshed! Cinematography was superb. I still need to think about that island filled with meerkats and shaped like a lady lying down though… And one obvious blunder: “When the tiger grabs and kills the goat, he pulls it through the gate. However the distance between the bars makes this an impossibility.” Maybe that part of his life was a lie too. Maybe Pi isn’t even from India. See what lying gets you? Your credibility is dashed! Life of Pi, 3 and a half stars out of 5.
Ginger had her c-section Tuesday, January’s 15. These are her babies- a black male and a chocolate female. Name suggestions? Giving birth really changes a, in this case, bitch. Ginger was the active, jumpy chihuahua. We would scold her before because even if her belly had swollen, she would stand up as if to say pick her up. Now, I arrive and open the cage to slip my phone in for a picture, and nothing. Her babies snuggle close to where they have the best position for a quick suckle. Ginger stares at me blankly until I call her name out and she acknowledges me with a tail wag. Take care of the babies, momma Ginger! 13 chihuahua now… And a husky. Whew!
This year, it’s Ginger’s turn. Last November 15, we headed to her father’s kennel and got Boom-Boom for her stud. He’s a ball of black fur too (but fuller, longer). Ginger is about to give birth any day now. We found a nearby vet and are anticipating 2 (according to the x-ray) pups. Hope all goes well with her c-section. More pictures very soon!
Tired from walking and shedding her fur everywhere in Eastwood, Phoebe takes a seat while drooling. Now she’s lying down on her side… Sit up! You’ve just had a bath and been groomed. There. Shall we go home? You’ll probably sleep in the car, huh. Want some fries? Yes, you do