Friday, March 30, 2007


This week I could have started my work outs since I've gotten the official ok from my doctor to exercise again. Sooooo, my choices for the past couple days have been: go work out OR go lay by the pool, with a magazine and some reggae. Can you guess what I chose?
Look at that beautiful sky and tell me you wouldn't have done the same? I didn't run into CreepyManWhoScaresEveryoneAtThePoolEspeciallyMe, fortunately. I DID run into this guy again.

He's so beautiful and I regret not getting a stronger camera. There's two of them that hang around so I guess they're mates but I'm not sure.

I also had to drive someone to the doctor.
It's the least I could do since he A)doesn't know how to drive and B)was anxious to hear his biopsy results. And I was too. It was negative for cancer which was the BEST NEWS EVER! He's just an old man and having a hard time fighting a nasty bacterial infection. We were really worried. He's getting better everyday and is back to waging war against his archenemy.
It's a little hard to see him but he's there.

I don't look forward to the day this poor lizard ends up in my dog's mouth like the rest of his helpless victims. I wish they could just be friends but Peanut has already made his decision and there's just no reasoning with a Jack Russel on the hunt.


Madge said...

Great news about Peanut! I'm so happy for him. Trooper!

Thailand Gal said...

So glad the biopsy turned out well.

That pool looks wonderful! I'd like to lay next to it all day today and read a good book.

Sounds like heaven! :)



thethinker said...

Congratulations to Peanut. He's so cute.

SUEB0B said...

Yay for the little man not having cancer. Woo hoo.

Laurie said...

That is most wonderful news, he looks so much better! And are you sure he can't drive? Maybe he's just pretending not to be able to, so that you will haul him everywhere?

anne said...

Outstanding news! He is the cutest. So handsome. I am very glad for you.

The bird is an osprey - "fish eagle" they are called sometimes. The lizard? Maybe an anole? I'm not so good with non-birds&mammals. Not that you were asking!

anne said...

Those itty-bitty plants! I just now noticed them. How are they doing?

MsLittlePea said...

Madge-Thanks, he really is a TROOPER. The best ever.

Chani-Anytime you're in my town, come on over! It is heavenly and this is my favorite time of year.

Thinker-He is cute. He knows it.

sueb0b-I know right! woot!

laurie-That is totally a possibility. Should I ask him to drive me to New Jersey next week to visit my sister?

Anne-I knew you would know that osprey. Aren't they awesome? Those little seedlings are morning glories, black eyed suzans, and shasta daisies that I started about a week and a half ago. They are thriving better than I thought they would.