It's been such a long day. And, I only got one store done! But, I got milk from the farm, the shopping done and met the gal that will be getting my hamster from Redding. He'll be home by Saturday night! Yay! Now, to think of a name. I'm not calling him Hammy!
I found the perfect name for the hamster. Hiawatha! It is Iroquoian for 'he who combs'! And, with all the long hair, he will be combing it a lot (or I will! ha!) And, I've changed the spelling on Cassia's name to Kasa. It is Hopi for 'dressed in furs.' It fits the theme started with Zihna, which is Hopi for 'spins' or 'spinning'. Like spinning hair for yarn. And, they all have long-hair Teddy genes.
Hamster breeding will start on September 1.
Victoria Morrow | Cesar Chavez Park, Berkeley, California
All great achievements require time.
~ Maya Angelou
David Johnson | Fort Bragg, California
Everything changes and nothing remains still.
Troy Mason | Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.
~ Edmund Hillary
Pamela Link Photographic Art | Los Osos, California
Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us
to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its
~ Henry David Thoreau
Sandy Harris | Santa Maria, California
Give fools their gold, and knaves their power; let
fortune's bubbles rise and fall; who sows a field, or trains a flower, or plants
a tree, is more than all.