To all the other “hamster friends” who can relate, life over the past few months has felt like I’ve been the hamster on the wheel.  Today, I felt like I finally stepped off the wheel.  Now if I can just stay off for a while!  Getting through Easter then the Women’s retreat back to back weekend, whew!  But all is well.  

(Afterthought – speaking of hamsters (or maybe it was  a gerbil) my brother once killed a hamster thinking it was a rodent running around their townhouse.  A few days later a tearful neighbor came and asked if anyone had seen their hamster that they thought might have gotten loose in the ventilation system to the townhomes – bummer!  Guess it should’ve stayed on it’s wheel!  Hmmmm.)


About cakboliv

Born in Cochabamba, Bolivia to wonderful missionary parents, Howard and Maxine Morarie. Grew up in Bolivia, both in a remote jungle village

3 responses »

  1. optionalg says:

    the kids once had a dwarf hamster named elephant… that i released into the wild and watched it get snarfed up by a hawk.. it was awesome

  2. j-dub! says:

    glad you enjoyed the coffee and the radom blog. 🙂

    ps – the exclamation point means you have to say it loud.

  3. j-dub! says:

    don’t you hate it when you hit submit and at the same moment notice that you spelled something wrong? man, life can sure be hard. relly realy haard…

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