Da Kine Numbah Eight

I’m trying hard to keep up with taking a photo a day for 365 days again; I pretty well fell off the wagon doing it last year along about September.  So some of what I’ve done this year will be my da kine for this time.

My kawila hit a milestone:

Noelani made a trip to the vet.  She loved the bed they provided for her.  My sweet girl has another mammary tumor so we took her to a specialist. We’re not going to do a third surgery but will continue to monitor her and give her the best possible life, hoping that the tumor will be slow-growing. She’s twelve years old, and we don’t think that surgery is the best option for her. I caught her mid-yawn.

I finished a pair of socks.

New Seasons has these too-kewt  pineapples!

We picked up and delivered naked Christmas trees to our neighbor’s goats. He’d asked for them after Christmas.

I started a new pair of socks while waiting to get my studded tires put on, since maybe we were going to have a bunch of snow. I love my knitting bag from Wuthering Sheep!

We had a Make-a-Gnome day at The Gathering. Ho da kewt, yeah?

Here’s mines one:

And we went to a bluegrass concert at the local grange for our anniversary. The bands combined at the end: Josh Cole and Friends and Filthy Skillets. It was so much fun!

Umm… not exactly a snowstorm. Three points if you can spot the hummingbird.

We had a craft day at The Gathering this week. These geese live near the rec center where we met up.

Another skiff of snow…and only one point if you can spot this hummingbird. Cuz oni easy, yeah?

That’s it for this time…more to come later.

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2 Responses to Da Kine Numbah Eight

  1. AFK says:

    Ho da nani, yo photos! Your gnome is soo cute! Love its braids. Why did your neighbor want your Christmas trees after the holidays? Do his goats eat them? Or do they use them for shelter. Your pōpoki is sooooo pretty–I’m thinking good thoughts for her and you. An’ I wen spock da hummingbird in both photos. Yours are like mine–they like a lookout where they can keep an eye on their feeder and for interlopers.

  2. Mokihana says:

    Mahalo! Yeah, my neighbor’s goats eat them. Good recycling foa realz. Kalakoa’s eye is much better but I took her to the vet anyway just to make sure. I have to put ointment in her eye for a week. Good for you, spocking da hummingbird. I call this one Samson because he’s such a warrior. He is fierce! I’m so glad you feed them too.

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