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Monday, August 08, 2005

My, aren't WE hyper today

While I'm tired and want to do nothing but watch TV all day, Claire has decided that she's feeling better and has been a riot all day long. She's totally rambunctious, has gone up and down the stairs about a dozen times, each time showing me how proud she is that she can get up and down and looking for a lot of praise. Then she decided that playing speed raceway around the perimeter of the downstairs rooms would be a blast. From the hallway she's been sliding the oriental, taking off like a bat out of hell into the kitchen, rounding the corner to the dining room, and then sliding home thru the living room and back to the hall. What fun!

She has been chewing on all her toys and discovered the joy of the squeaker in one of her chewy tug of war toys. Squeak squeak squeak for hours. She's so happy here. She wants so badly to play with Ringo, but he's not giving and inch. He is, however, climbing all over me and begging for many hugs and kisses. So I've got the best of both worlds, I guess. (She ways dubiously.)

Now, for the big news of the day!

We have had our first tomatos. Actually, we've eaten three of them so far. They are quite delicious and so much bigger than I had expected. I bought patio tomatos, but I think we got something like Big Boy or Early Girl instead because they're quite large and meaty. Very tasty and firm. And we have a cucumber as well. I feel so lucky. Fresh basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, parsley, and sage plus lavendar are all ready in the herb garden. Only the chives have gone by.
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