May 23, 2024

4 thoughts on “Zine #75 – Facebook Group Party

  1. Wow, that’s a shame about the baby. They must be heartbroken. My thoughts and prayers go out to them. Tell Poppa Happy Birthday from me. I hope to live so long, lol. Warren’s house looked pretty nice as far as we can tell in the photos. How far up the coast is he? My wife spotted his sink in a photo and is now looking into having one like it put in on the island. Lastly if those street rumors are true that would probably end up somewhere by the new market don’t you think? Ah, well too much rambling from me. Thanks John.

    1. Yeah, obviously they were pretty devastated by the loss of the baby. It’s going to take time, but I’m sure they will eventually move on. They do still have one older child. I can tell Poppa happy birthday for you, but I might have to tell him a few times. Getting that old seems nice, but the defects come with it, like your hearing going bad. Still I’d also like to live so long to find out for myself. Warren’s house if pretty nice. Not an overwhelming house, but pretty good size. I don’t know how far up he is. It takes about 30 minutes to get there from my house though. If figures that Cheryl would notice a sink out of all the pictures. Women do things like that.
      Yes the warehouse ‘would’ be close to the new market and even closer to me, here at the house. The market is only about a 3 or 4 minute walk, so I suppose any warehouse would be 2 or 3 minutes. You can ramble all you want Mark. I know I do it in the posts, so it’s only fair I let y’all do it in the comments.

  2. Sorry to hear about your kitten. I know the Asawa and I are cat people. All of our cats now are those we rescued. One of them some kids had stuffed a kitten into a small hole and was trapped,,,named him Pusa (cat) naturally. Another I save from some kids who were swinging him around by his tail, named that one Pulot (orphan I think lol). One of the things that shocked me when moving to the Philippines is how domestic animals are treated. Dogs are not so much “best friends” much of the time, but living door bells. In fact there was an article in the paper today about folk dumping unwanted kittens on the onramp to the expressway so that they would be run over. I guess us Kano’s are just overly sensitive when it comes to pets and we have to take the bad with the good. And there is more good here than bad. 🙂

    1. Well Scott you’re right. We have to take the good with the bad. We can’t change everyone, but we can make life better for a few of the dogs/cats here. We don’t get too many dogs inside the gate anymore, but the cats you can’t keep out. There is one kitten that hangs around that must think he is a kangaroo. He’s always jumping around, like a normal kitten should.
      As far as the criminals. I ‘heard’ that they actually have caught 4 of them, but I also heard that a lady was raped and killed, while her parents were roughed up by one of the escapees. I doubt they will come this way, but there is usually a lot of people around here, so they probably would not try anything.

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