She loves her hamburger hat immensely and then to pair it up with her sister’s valentine’s day sunglasses…. Voila!
With Halmoni and Halabuji offering to hang out with the girls, a full day sans kids stretched ahead. First we worked in the yard doing some spring clean up and then hiked a trail that Koma had discovered a week earlier. Her shelter still stood untouched.
Both girls passed their evaluations and are moving up to the next level of skating. Good job, ladies!
We pass by a sign at least once or twice a week that lights up with the letters Z – O – O. Dad teases the girls and says, “there’s the ooze” because if we drive a certain direction, we first see the letter O, then O, then Z. But that Z kinda looks like the number 2 also, and so Halabuji teased the girls last week by calling it the 200. In any case, when Unni had a day off last week, we made our way to the 200 (along with everyone else who lives around here!). The girls had a blast seeing baby elephants, orangutans, penguins, the sharks in the aquarium, the zebras, cheetahs and even little gerbils running on a wheel. The beautiful weather called for ice cream which was a large as Unni’s head.