Posts tagged ‘pet goldfish’

Bob the lamington

I know I’ve been quiet lately – or is that my guilty laziness talking? I mean, does anyone look forward to my irregular wee postings? No, I’m not sulking, I’m just I’ve been…you know… busy with happy girlfriend stuff and work. Yes, work. And because I’ve been flat out at work, I get to play, and by play, I mean with my new Le Creuset casserole buffet pan which is only something I’ve been longingly fondling for over a year in the kitchen showroom (for the curious, it is in blue, the same blue as Henri my other enamelled iron pot) and C bought it, Emile, for me as a surprise. Don’t ask me why I name by cookware.

So what about the lamington? Ah, yes, today is Australia Day. How lovely that they’ve let it fall on a Tuesday. C and I are having a rare day at home in the middle of the week. The last time we did this was hmmm at christmas. Yes, rare indeed.

My other inward homeward news (for those still reading, hey) is about our recent aquarium acquisition. Some of you may know that our gorgeous freaky oranda Shi-Shi passed away two months ago. I thought she was a crazy looking fish but secretly, I still miss her. Here’s a pic of our new black ranchus. They haven’t been named yet because I can’t tell them apart…yet.

January 26, 2010 at 6:02 pm 2 comments

Golden beauty


RIP

Our beautiful Shi-Shi

2008-2009

November 26, 2009 at 10:33 pm 2 comments

Tank to tanked

Princess Osagi

Princess Osagi, 2009.

We hope she’ll be reborn into a better life.

October 20, 2009 at 11:21 am 2 comments

Pet pic

I started this blog nearly three months ago with a pic of our aquarium. Time for another picture.

Fish pic Nov '08

November 18, 2008 at 12:37 am Leave a comment


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