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... Sunday sadly marked the passing of our beloved family pet of 12 years, Cruise.
Even typing that sentence takes me on a trip down the lane of memories, filled with moments that are so vivid I can almost feel his presence: soft fur under my fingers, adoring loving gaze staring up at me from his head on my lap.
Yes losing your four-legged family member is not easy especially when you have chosen to leave them behind. I am still dealing with that ...
... taken. He especially loved his own stuffed animal toys. We used to marvel how gentle he was with them, never ripping them apart or eating them.
But what he loved most was just being with us. He loved just sitting right beside us and putting his head in our laps, softly moaning. He was a lover, not a fighter. Geez he didn't even bark except if someone rang the doorbell. He was canine perfection!
My husband ...
... I never tire of looking out my windows and seeing the blue ocean water. I can walk to the beach and the grocery store. I am also on a bus route that goes right by the hospital on it's way to Hamilton.
Oh yes that reminds me I should probably mention my work: that four letter word that makes my time here on the island a reality! I survived general & nurse orientation and have been in the OR for almost a month. ...
... docks even have an entire area where you can park your scooter for your entire stay. We were warned not to rent one as traffic is bad and its left side drive. It would have been ideal if you ask me, if I could step down enough to save myself of course!
Some fun facts:
- Gas is over $8 a gallon
- Lobster can only be caught and served during months that have an R in them
- Rubber tree roots go all the way ...
... St George arriving at 3am local time. This is sailing, with its self sufficient community relying on teamwork, experience and the ability to think fast and respect the elements - brilliant, truly alive! Upon reaching Bermuda we engaged in an argument with customs who were insisting we put everyone into a dingy and come alongside with winds gusting up to 35knots, suffice to say we stood our ground and retired for a full nights sleep, safe in the knowledge that no alarm would go ...