Now that Izzy is ours we can spend up big at the Vets to try and clear up the canine lupis on her nose. So far I think she is looking a bit better. I don't like the cortisone treatment though, and will be glad to see the end of that. It has knocked her around and she isn't her usual bright self at all.
|and so it begins...|
|A happy customer. He is newly arrived from Europe and takes this kind of thing for granted.|
|The typical student bike, a cheap department store mountain bike. He seemed keen when I told him we would give him 20 bucks for it when he leaves, and keep it going.|
Super Tuesday pretty much marks the start of spring here. We have local native golden orchids in bloom. My yard is as brown and dormant as I have every seen it. I guess everything was exhausted after a couple of years with no real dry season.
|so cheery!!! Blooms rise up out of a patch of brown.|
And then there was a trip to the beach. I love it when it heats up.
|bravely getting their tootsies all wet. Sheila won't pee on the grass if it has been sprinkled the night before. The wet season will be interesting.|
|Izzy is now utterly ruined, she jumped up and had a lie in my bed!|
|Just another beautiful morning with a special gathering of the pelicans|
|A bold little lorikeet at work|