Well, today has been pretty nice for me. I got to talk for hours with my Brit friend, MC, and we had a gorgeous time he he he...I also got to be nibbled by Dexter, her newest pet. Without further ado, meet Dexter!!!!!!
It was tough to take pics of Dexter while he was standing up or running, since he wanted to run towards me and then jump at me ha ha ha ha...He's only 10 weeks old and still teething, so he loves nibbling things...including my hand HA HA HA HA HA...But he's REALLY cute with blue eyes!!! :-D And why is he named Dexter? Yeah, I assume you know the answer, right? *wink* I even teased him by asking, "Hey, Dexter, are you a killer?" LOL!!!!
I also got to pet her cats. YAAAAAAAAAAAAYYY!!!! Unfortunately I only took pics of two of them as we were so busy chatting HI HI HI HI HI...The first cat is Mojo!
The second one is Gaia!!!
If you wanna see a short video clip of Gaia and Maia (her sister) and Fluffy, the other dog, go here: Gaia, Maia, Fluffy.
MC gave me a personalized key chain with my name on it. ;-D Unfortunately I forgot to take a pic of it, but I'll show it to you later, OK? Well, we also got to talk about our Finnish course and it seemed that they had found another teacher already, but whether or not the course will continue still depends on how many people are going to enroll in it. So tomorrow I'm going to call my Russian friend to ask if she's enrolled in the class or not. If the course continues, it's going to be interesting to see how the new teacher's going to be like he he...
Well, other than that, I also tried something interesting. It's a Finnish traditional "fortune telling", which is melting tin horseshoes and pouring them in cold water, and then reading the shadows of the shapes. Let me show you how it's done. We did it just for fun he he he he...
I tried it three times and here are my results (one of the shadows looked like a tree):
This one's MC's result he he he...This one's shadow looked like an elephant. :-))))
Then she tried my risoles, so did her two sons...and they liked it!!!! YEEEEEAAAHHHHHH! So I didn't spend 3 hours for nothing he he he he...She introduced me to an English snack (unfortunately I don't remember the name hmmm...maybe I should ask her again!) which was quite spicy. :-)))))
I stayed there until around 5 pm. Arttu was supposed to pick me up, but he got held back at work still. But then again, luckily MC was going to go to the PO downtown anyway by then, so I called Arttu and told him that they'd give me a ride home. Four hours of talking went by nicely. ;-D
We talked about A LOT of things, including typical Finnish behaviour, the school system here, her teenage sons, some bits about England and Indonesia, English food that she can't find here, and many more. As I've said before, I thrive on one-on-one conversation, so today has really been FUN, FUN, FUN!!!!!!
Anyway, now I'd better start studying Finnish before Heroes starts at 9 pm 'coz I didn't do it yesterday HE HE HE HE HE HE...I'll blog-hop tomorrow, OK? Hope you've had a NICE day yourselves!!!