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10 Thing I Like/Dislike About MelT

Woman and capybara sitting on a couch

Me and MelT

Skipper’s Post

MelT’s last post was about 10 things she likes or dislikes about me. Now I’m going to get even by posting 10 things I like or dislike about her. Only she did 10 of each, likes and dislikes. I’m only going to do 10 altogether, 5 likes and 5 dislikes. As a capybara, I have complete freedom to change the rules.

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Teeny Tiny Toads

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Teeny tiny tadpoles

Skipper’s post:

You may remember that in MelT’s post about  Pondering, she included a video that showed the 12,000 teeny tiny tadpoles that swam with me. That’s the video link above. You should watch the video! The tadpoles are at the end but it’s not very long and the part about me is the best anyway. Well, guess what! Now I have teeny tiny toads!

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A Tasty Plastic Treat

An adult capybara and two cats eating treats off the floor

Treat time!

Skippers Post:

Did you know I have cats? I do! Two of them. Most of you have met Driftwood. He is white and black and fluffy. Mamba is black and little and slinky. The cats get a special food called “cat food.” It comes in two flavors, wet and dry. I like them both even though MelT tells me I am not a cat, and besides which, I am an herbivore. Whatever.

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Hurricane Harvey

Image capture from Weathe Channel Ap show in rain and floating cars

The weather in Buda

I didn’t know storms could have names, but apparently they can. This storm was something called a “hurricane,” and it’s name was Harvey. (Not a great name, if you ask me. Which you didn’t but I’m telling you anyway.) MelT says the forecast was for rain with a chance of floating cars. Since MelT can’t drive, we didn’t get to see any floating cars. She seems to think they would be a bad thing. I’m not fond of cars, floating or not.

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Day into Night

Is it safe yet?

MelT has been warning me about something called a “solar eclipse.” She says the moon is going to go in front of the sun and block out all of the light, or maybe just most or it. Or at least some. She’s pretty unclear on that. Continue reading “Day into Night” »