OK, Mom's feeling better. Thanks for all the pawsitive thoughts. I'll stay with her through today and that should give her the kick she needs to get back in the swing of things.
BUT, I need to blog so I'll do more of my Nose Report for everyone. I'm your Reporter Pei, Bolo, reporting for duty! Pei laughter.
Our first guest is the Hairy Nosed Wombat. Kissable, but I don't know about the hair.
Next up the Marine Toad. I think this is also the one called the Cane Toad. Kissable, I guess. Not my first choice for nose kisses though. Aren't they poisonous?
This is a red-bellied short neck turtle. A small nose, but plenty enough to kiss if you wanted to.
A bearded dragon. A cute nose, kissable, easy to find.
A black tree monitor lizard. Nice nose, easy to find, partially kissable.
Moon Jellyfish. I couldn't find a nose, but I refuse to disqualify anyone based on a lack of nose! (This is Grandad's picture. Mommy's Jellyfish picture wasn't as nice, don't tell her I said that.)Brownbanded Bamboo Shark. You can see him just to the left of the brain coral behind the other coral. Good nose, kissable - if he wasn't in the water. I'd better check what he eats before I let anyone approach him. I wouldn't want to lose any friends because of him.
Bennet's Wallaby. Hmm, maybe they are the same as the other wallaby. Maybe Charlie Daniels will know, they're native to Australia too. Nice nose, easy to find.
And your common Shar Pei. Good nose, easy to find, Extrememly kissable. Pei laughter.
That's all I have time for and it's a nice breaking point because that was the end of the Autralasian Pavillion. We'll hit the Eurasian Pavilion next. This is Reporter Pei Bolo, signing off.
Sniff ya later!