Thursday, May 8, 2008

From pups to sticks

Peyton and Chico. Chico is the smallest of our two new pups.
Wayne thought it would be nice to get the girls a puppy.

Then he thought it would be better to get another puppy so the first one wouldn't be lonely. These are Bernard (white) and Dufus (black). Dufus was the first puppy home, then Chico and Bernard. Bernard is not staying, he is just hanging out for a while. Chico is the baby of the three and Peyton and Sommer are very protective of him. They keep him away from all the rough play.

I love Bromeliads. I don't remember planting these, but all of a sudden they popped out and blessed the little driveway garden. Aren't they pretty?

Dad enjoying some Blue and Eddie Arnold. We had to endure the downloading process and in the end he had hundreds of "oldies but goodies", enough to play at home, in the car, at the office, on the course..oh my. The only reason I posted this picture is because he warned everyone to be careful of me. "Everything she takes goes on that blog." Dad's never wrong.

Okay, just for the record, I taught Tonton how to drive. Granted I only took him a handful of times and it was with the automatic, I am still his auto-mentor. Wayne decided he needed to learn how to drive a stick, so he took over the task. After his first standard lesson he came in and announced to me that automatic was "candy". Chuckle. Tonton's been practicing diligently, with supervision of course, for a couple of weeks now. Where does the time go?

There they go. On their way to Saipan Southern High. I don't even want to think about the day he gets on that plane for music college.


Marianas Pride said...

I love puppies, especially when served over a bed of fried rice! Horrible joke..sorry! Boni, have a blessed wonderful Mama's Day. You are an awesome mom, and rated Saipan's hottest milf above 40. We love you and are blessed to have you in our lives. Long live margaritas n happy hour! ;)

Boni said...

Long live mommyhood. I can't believe how blessed I am to have such great children. It's one of the very few things I've done that's worth bragging about.

James said...

She's over 40? No way