Happy Birthday, Nahum!

This is a big month for birthdays! (Actually, every month starting October and ending February has birthdays! ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

Today we are celebrating my brother Nahum’s 10th birthday! Happy birthday, little brother! I remember my tenth birthday…

*Cue recollection music*

We were living on our farm at that time. Grandma and Grandpa got to be with me for my birthday. We went to a park and hung out there for the afternoon. Then we went home and opened gifts. I still remember the gifts I got and the cake I had! That was a good birthday! ๐Ÿ™‚ I wonder if I can find a picture of that… Let me see…

Well, we have so many pictures, it takes a really long time to find one specific one and I am running short on time right now. (It’s not my birthday anyway! XD)

So I will just say HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NAHUM!!!12-09-18 december snow play 003

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  1. Happy birthday Nahum!

    And, Happy carving!

    What does a birthday fish look like?

    Or, perhaps, a birthday salamander?

    Hattush, since itโ€™s *your* blog, hereโ€™s a citing of another blog:

    https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/the-korean-crevice-salamander/

    Iโ€™ve actually seen this salamander in its native habitat in Korea. The discoverer is a friend who was in my science department, Steve Karsen.

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    1. Thanks! (I’m writing on the behalf of Nahum ๐Ÿ˜‰). He said that he hasn’t done any carving yet but he’s planning to.
      I looked at the link and the salamanders are neat!!!! ๐Ÿค—

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