There’s so much to comment on in this piece that I don’t really know where to start. I especially appreciate what I’m going to call the “get off my lawn” part because I’m SO that. Now, get off my damn lawn.
And then, the bands around my grinchy heart broke open.
Rescued sea otter pup 540 and surrogate mother Joy explore the Sea Otter exhibit together for the first time on June 28, 2011. Joy has helped raise 15 pups, making her the most successful surrogate in the Aquarium’s Sea Otter Research and Conservation program.
It looks like this where we are. There’s more on my Flickr stream.
Good news, 80s fans. There’s a Falco impersonator. Roughly translated…
When asked about his talents, he responded “Styling hair and impersonating Falco!”
“To represent your country in this kind of gathering is always a proud moment,” Kyte said. “It will be the first Jewish Games in a former Nazi-occupied territory and to have thousands of athletes marching through the Rathausplatz will be a fantastic sight.
I’m kind of kicking myself for just finding out about this. It’s probably just as well I can’t attend, I can barely read a word about this without breaking into tears.
Today we ate a lot of cake. But first, we confronted our mortality.
Sure, it sounds like the title of a Big Bang Theory episode, but it’s not. We’re going to Hallstatt today, and I wonder if we’ll be replicated in the new, Chinese version.