After our fun and busy weekend it's been a boring work week sofar.
Today we did go shopping for a small birthdaypresent for someone and bought this piece of chocolate. I wonder if my owner will notice when there's a little piece of it missing as I think it looks quite tasty.
I got this movie from my owner this week and just had to show you. If you haven't seen it yet, I can advice you to watch it and also watch 'Jeepers Creepers 2', which is even better I think as it has Ray Wise in it!
We went into town to grab something to eat with a good friend this evening. We passed the Dutch Comics/Graphic Novels Museum where this poster was hanging in the window advertising an expo about the comic Sigmund. Sigmund is one of my favourite comics, so maybe I'll go visit this expo.
Eve posted a very cool Indonesian Windchime thingie on her blog, so I thought it would be cool to show you the Indonesian wood carving that we got. It's a creepy face that's supposed to scare off evil spirits I've been told. Seems to be doing it's job as there are no evil spirits here.
This jolly fellow is on the same wall as the Indonesian scary face.
Eve also posted a picture of her many buttons, so we took a picture of my owner's noticeboard as she has many buttons on there. Can you also spot the three really small McPigs? (And: No, I do not count as a really small McPig!)
I got another email from Moira to tell us all how she's doing.
I posted her story and pictures below:
Hi Sullivan and everyone! I'm having lots of fun here in Canada with Marie and Princess.
We went to a Petting Zoo with Princess' playschool class and they had lots of animals there, even some very exotic ones. Can you tell what kind of animal this is?
They also had lions! Don't you think they look cool?
I read that you had an encounter with some geese. well, I saw some geese too and I've been told they can be viscious, so you got a lucky escape.
The ducks were very friendly and curious, but still I was glad there was a fence between me and the ducks. You never know.
Turtles, or are they turtoises? I have to ask Marie as I keep confusing them. I think turtles are the landbased ones. It's easier in dutch as they're all called 'Schildpad' (meaning: shield or shell toad) no matter if they're on land or water.
And saving the best picture for last:
I had a nice relaxing nap together with a distant cousin.
I'm part of a large family of pigs.
We all live with my owner in Groningen, the Netherlands.
I travel a lot with my owner and I post stories and pictures of my life and travels on my blog. I also have a blog where I post book reviews.