So we'll be spending Chun Jie evening with our foreign friends who live on the 14th floor of their building and have an amazing view of the city. We'll be eating taco's and fajita's and jiaozi - multi-ethnic Chinese New Year food. According to our friends, the fireworks lit from their courtyard below explode right about their window level. So it should be a fun evening. It's a balmy 30F so that makes it even better!
Our little guy has a mixed relationship with our cat. Mixed in the sense that the baby is totally fascinated by the cat and the cat can't decide if he likes him, is jealous of him or wants to scratch him to pieces.
To touch or not to touch- that is the question. The cat was lying on the floor and our little guy rolled over to him.
Oh, so tempting!
Loss of interest on both sides. Eventually our little guy rolled away and the cat walked away.
Elisabeth seems to be having a good time in the Philippines. Their project has a website and they are posting about their days. I won't post the link here for the kids privacy. Let me just say that these kids are working really, really hard with people who truly are the least of these. They are moving garbage, feeding street kids and playing with orphans. I am proud of them.