Sveta taking pictures…

Sveta took a bunch of images yesterday. Her camera is a Samsung Smartphone, one of those Zoom Phones and it works in just about any temperature. Thus she is running around and she is getting me grouchy and taking images, even if I do not see her taking them and by taking so many images of me! 😉

Svetochka takes great pictures, I just wish I could take nice ones like her. She has a touch for finding the right spot. I just take a picture and go, she stands for ten minutes and finds what she wants to take an image of…

Sveta is a Sweetie Pie and it is so wonderful to have her in the village…

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Coffee = life...

Coffee = life…

It looks like maybe, I will be able to get the Volga out by the end of this next week. If the sun continues to shine and the temperature rises? Then out we will go and be able to get to the Big Village. Sveta is leaving Tuesday of next week and it seems that warmth is coming. I also have to plan a trip out of Russia and most likely will do that sometime at the end of march. Looks like business dictates a trip and hopefully the last trip to Ukraine. We will see, for I do not trust Ukraine anymore…

It is planned that by the next two years, that I will have citizenship in Russia and that will be a blessing of many types. It is a shame I am not some famous person, for they seem to get Russian passports left and right; and here is someone (me) who really loves Russia for who, what and where Russia is and I could no more get a instant passport than fly to the moon…

Hey Putin, I am over here!

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Time to see if Svetochka is up. She is making little noises and Boza is next to her watching her. Looks like soon she will gather herself back to the living and that means I must go and think about breakfast and more coffee…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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