Keola wasn’t feeling well today; he hid under the bed all day yesterday, which is definitely not like him. I didn’t want to have an emergency over the weekend, so took him to the vet; she was willing to check him out between her other patients. He had to have fluids and an anti-nausea shot; his bloodwork was perfect. I don’t know if he was just having an off day, but I didn’t want to take any chances. He came home tonight, starving, but still wasn’t feeling his normal self.
I am so blessed!! One of my dearest friends sent me this awesome little bag; she got it for me when she was in Ireland!! I love it so much, and to think that she thought of me and got me the perfect gift while she was halfway across the world brings tears to my eyes.
But that wasn’t all!! Look what was inside the bag:
And this!! An Irish coin! What a treasure! Some of my ancestors were Irish, so all these gifts really mean a lot to me.
Let’s finish out the month with daily hummingbird acrobatics!
Moki-chan, you made me all waimaka. I thought about you a lot in Ireland. But I never got good photos of old barns.
I’m glad Keola is doing better. I think it’s hilarious that you’re his human heating pad.
I always learn new things about birds from you. Maybe we have Fox Sparrows up here–I’ll have to do more studying.
Eh, no worries about the barns… I thought about you a lot while you were there. I always thought I’d love to go there myself.
Keola cries in the late mornings and early afternoons for me to lie down so I can be his heating pad. He’s a funny boy.
Now I’m wondering if what I saw was a Song Sparrow instead of a Fox one. I wish I could’ve gotten better photos. I love the song of the Song Sparrow.