Saying Goodbye and Bonding
On Oct 20th I celebrated my Birthday. On Oct 21 I was grieving for my niece Inez as she had passed away in her sleep in the early morning. She was a young woman of 32 who was so full of life ,fun and adventure. Inez was sleeping over her mothers house, my sister Roberta and Roberta went to wake her up and she wouldn’t wake up. I can’t even imagine what my sister felt when she realized that her daughter had passed. The saying you are never promised tomorrow really hit home this month.
Inez Nov 17 1982 – Oct 21 2014
Sasha has adapted very well into her new home. As much as she is bonded with my son she has decided to give me that special bond. She sat on my shoulder for the first time this week.
She throws me kisses all day. She has me busting out laughing so much from what she says and then laughs with me. She loves to laugh. She also has a sense of humor. All my smoke detectors were beeping for the battery’s to be changed. While I thought it was only one it was all of them. So Sasha mastered this sound and after I changed the batteries in the smoke detectors she tried to fool me into thinking the batteries were no good by making the beeping sound. Then would laugh at me. When I say I am going to lay down for a little nap and she doesn’t want me to she makes the smoke detector alarm sound. It is amazing how accurate these birds can copy sound.
When Sasha first moved here she like this box I had so I took a picture of Bird in a Box.
Well it has not been that long and this is the box today. Sasha is a beast and needs a new box!
If it were not for my animal companions I would be one sad girl because they keep me on my toes and keep me laughing .
My Rose of Sharon bush must be happy because it is losing it’s leaves and still blooming!
This is a over head shot.
Well even though all is not well I manage to enjoy the little things because nobody is promised tomorrow.