Well, here are a couple more cute pictures. Can't remember the famous rocker known for the long tongue - I want to say KISS?? Or was it Alice Cooper? Anyway, Gracie is practicing to be in the next generation of acid rockers...Also don't worry mom, she DOES manage to get most of the cereal inside her! Anne and John paid a visit last evening, and what with three adults all having a conversation at the same time, Gracie was inspired and, as Anne said "I think Gracie has found her voice!" She made a very meaningful contribution of squeals, squawks, groans, UUUUHHHHs, and gargles the entire time. I suppose that she has never really been around three adults at the same time having a conversation, so I guess she wanted to chime in!
I've found a new yummy substance to eat by the spoonful: It's in a jar and has a picture of a squirrell on it. The name looks kind of like "Tukau". It's white cream and chocolate cream swirled together. The white substance is not marshmellow, nor is it white chocolate. It seems to just be white creamy stuff. Anyway it's really good, and I've placed it on my food pyramid somewhere in the middle. Pepsi Light, being a staple, is closer to the bottom.
If anyone who is reading this will be travelling toKokshetau, I would like to highly recommend that you have the pork shishkebobs at the Rainbow Cafe. Also, my favorite salad at the Orange Cafe is called "The Daisy". It's "petals" are tomato slices, and the center is a large blob of egg salad with cheese. The give salads such cute names here. Oleg, the driver's, favorite is something called "The Snowdrift". it's very white (as you might imagine), and full of white fattening stuff like eggs, white cheese, and mayo. In the news...it seems that the president of Kazakhstan will be stopping in Kokshetau sometime next week. I don't know if he'll be making a public appearance or not.
Ok, bye for now, Love, and miss everyone, Dana and Gracie