Thursday, March 20, 2008
Butter would not melt in his mouth.
Last Sunday Moñito had a family visit. Carlo and Patricia who rescued him from a building site again came to see him. They were here just a few weeks ago also. In the meantime we discovered that they had been married. Naturally everyone at Cañaote was thrilled and wished them happiness. But talking of happiness, one had to include Moñito, Lucio and Schatov, who all share Garden Lucio, in that wish. The kids were clearly pleased to see their friends and played hard all morning.
What a wonderful day we had. The children were so active and obviously pleased to have the visit. I think we all had a lot of fun. David and I were pleased to have the opportunity to congratulate them both on their marriage that was really great news. Moñito was definitely thrilled to have company, and I am certain that he remembered both of them. Lucio and Schatov were in good form; they are such good friend and good for each other because they exercise well and learn during their play.
Carlos and Patricia left us some wine. We enjoyed a bottle of the wine that night and sent a toast of good wishes to them for their future together. It means a lot to us to have their friendship and the care that they show to Moñito and the other children.
We have two pictures of Moñito. One showing him in the thick of the fray and the other a portrait where he is looking as though butter would not melt in his mouth.
Posted by Philip Cordrey at 1:09 PM