So sorry about Rodney. He has helped to make one little boy long for (and talk about, and talk about...) a Rodney of his very own.
Thanks, Craig.With their short lifespan, I dunno how a youngish kid would deal with their loss after just a coupla years; but they are amazingly sweet and friendly.
Our family is very sory for your family's loss of a loved one. May he rest rest in The Rainbow Bridge.
Thanks, Alex. We all miss him.Meanwhile, his brother, Lestat, is recuperating from extensive eye (removal) surgery. He seems to be doing well, although I have threatened to make him an eye patch so he can be a badass pirat.Also, I know I've gotten to your blog in the past (from somewhere) but I can't get there from your profile, which is not public. How does one access your blog?
Generic FYI. I know we all make typing mistakes; I certainly make my share of 'em. However, my Latin is correct. If you wanna say, "May *he*(or *she*) rest in peace," it's requiescat in pace. I wanted to say, "May *you* rest in peace," and that's requiescas in pace. And, of course, for Wodney the Wat, it hasta be wequiescas!
Oh, my sympathies. He was a fine looking rat. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. Nice to meet you.
Thanks for your kind words. I understand completely your support of Senator Clinton. After losing my fave, Kucinich, I could have gone either way, really. The differences between Obama and Clinton, when compared to McCain, are inconsequential. As long as it's not him, I'm gonna be happy!