As I have stated in my previous post (The Playground – Enjoying The Sun part 6) that we have new friends from the pond.
Here’s another look of the pond: Continue reading
There are still many green places in school but it’s inconvenient for Mommy to sit and watch us. Therefore this is the last place we can share. It’s the school’s playground.
The school where Mommy works (and lives) starts from per-kindergaten to high school. This one is the playground for kindergarten and PYP (primary year program – the same level as elementary).
One of mommy’s dorm-mate (is this even a word?) brought three turtle’s ornaments and put it on the dining room’s shelf…you can also call it as common room where everyone often gather. It seems that we are getting more popular in her dorm ;)
Two of them are bigger than me and Papoe, one of them is smaller than both of us. You can put things inside the big ones but the small one is just a small toy.
Hi…Indonesian would say “Lama tak jumpa“, Japanese would say “Hisashiburi” and English speaker would say “Long time no see” :)
Sorry for being away for more than a week. I actually have so much to write about my turtles but early school year is so hectic. I hardly had time to sit nicely and write something. I was always too tired to think. I am getting used to my routine now and finally have time to sit nicely and think.
I have been eager to share this since few months ago but I need more video and more observation to really come up with an issue.
Now, please look at this video first!
Today we celebrate 69 years of freedom!!! Free from colonialism. Endless gratitude toward the heroes who had freed Indonesia from colonialism.
A bit of history and the flag of our country can be read in Mommy’s blog:
This is our way of celebrating our Independence Day, by having our pictures in the colour of our national flag :)
First of all, this is Buddy :)
Back in June, I have shared how Papoe is catching up and becomes bigger than Kuro. Today I want to share his comparison to Kroten.
When I bought Papoe, he was sooooooo tiny and incredibly cute (he is still incredibly cute but not tiny anymore) He was the tiniest turtle I ever own (Kame was the second). The first thing I did was taking his picture with Kroten. It was back in March 2012.
He was like a small dot next to Kroten.
Mommy finally returns to us :)
She had been away for a while to celebrate Eid-ul Fitr. As you know, she left us on our own in her dormitory room. She came to visit us every four days but she had no time to help us update our blog. School will start tomorrow, so she is now at home with us :)
We can sleep on our ‘bed’ again now….not in that cold tank.
We all miss you soooooo much ((hug))…we’ll be visiting your blogs soon :)
We have so much to share but all in good time.