Happy Mothers Day

Here in Portugal they celebrate mothers day a week earlier than they do in the States, so this is the second Sunday in a row I’ve been given roses! Sweet huh?!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Well, our day didn’t get off to a really good start. The 4 little “Mothers” in our house had a very tragic beginning to their Mother’s Day. We discovered a neighborhood stray cat had entered our house through a cracked window and ate their sweet little hamsters. We had a rushed burial before church and dried the tears with a promise to get two new hamsters immediately after church. So this is the result of our kept promise. Let me introduce you to Mary & Martha.

  • Anonymous

    Mary and Martha are just as cute as salt and pepper were, but how do you tell them apart?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05589905767052797940 Sarah Sellers

    awe there so cute…
    thanks for leaving me a comment on my blog Ms, Nina…I love you to

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00859488167015452608 Tori

    Well happy Mother’s Day to your too Nina! It looks like you have been really enjoying your mothers stay.

    I’m so envious of your Ocean, I want one!!

    Oh yea, I like your new header!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08423874739387235225 Trudy Chun

    Hello Nina, I am a missionary with my family in Hungary. We have two girls. We had a similar tragedy last summer when the Degu (imagine a cross between a squirrel and a chinchilla, but slightly smaller) that our Gypsy neighbors gave us were consumed by a large rat while we were on vacation. It was ugly. I hope your girls are recovering under the comfort of the new pets. After our massacre, we decided to stick with large dogs — who have been know to eat rats in the yard.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02153767929121505311 Erica Lynn

    How sad for your children. I love the names, they are great.

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