Speaking of names, I would be much obliged if you all could help me think of a fantastic name for my camera! THANKS.
Another pretty exciting event occurred yesterday! During our first period Anthropology class (a hoot and a half, fyi), I was talking to my group members about the time that my father and I were driving down Broadway, in between Boulder and Superior. Off to the right was a lot of farmland, and, at one point, I was almost positive that I had seen kangaroos! I told my dad to turn back, and, once we got home (which was pretty much the very first place that we could turn around), we turned around, and we were back within five minutes. I couldn't remember exactly where I had thought that I had seen them, but (unsurprisingly) there were no kangaroos. To this day, every time we drive by that area, both my dad and I turn to look. To this day, we have not seen the phantom kangaroos.
Anyways, I was telling my Anthro friends about this event, and one of them, a friend of mine named Grace Albers, said that she had seen ostriches in Longmont, not twenty minutes from my house! Incredibly excited, I told another friend of mine, Claire Chen, about it, and we headed over there during the next class period. (Don't you worry, I wasn't ditching, but our school has Wednesday and Thursday block, where we only have half of our classes, but they are each twice as long.) AND GUESS WHAT WE SAW.
WHAT THE HECK. Apparently there is an animal hospital thing, and at the place they have two ostriches! Crazy, huh!
|An OSTRICH preening!|
And finally, I would like to congratulate my cousin, Alexa Neher, on getting engaged to her boyfriend Christopher Koreerat! Congratulations, you two!