My Kalanchoe is happy again, now that I moved it to the windowsill. So happy it has decided to clone itself! It’s made little plant-babies on the edges of its leaves…
Also, I wish I remembered what this plant is…I need to replant it into a bigger pot, but it’s lived successfully in a tiny ceramic shoe for almost two years now.
I found a large tub of LEGOs abandoned on the side of the road while on my way home last night. Chris and I played LEGOs for hours (well, I played for about an hour, buthe played for a few more while I worked on my ANAGPIC presentation). I made a lobster and he made a rocket ship.
This book was run over three times, on three separate pages.
1) Underline with red pencil.
2) Use white-out to cover up red pencil underlining.
3) Use a pen to write the words back in that you painted over with the white-out.
On Sunday, Chris and I got some more fauna for my aquariums. I also picked up some test kits (finally!) including one for iron. The guy at the fish store was impressed that I got the iron testing kit, which made me feel better after previously getting into a geeky argument with two of the other employees about the merits of Siamese Algae Eaters versus the merits of Thai Flying Foxes. The jury is still out on that one.
- 2 mystery snails
- 1 giant, filter-feeding wood shrimp
- 3 Amano algae-eating shrimp
- 1 croaking gourami