May 28, 2013
Life starts returning to normal. The dogs slowly bouncing back and demand increasingly more attention. Although, we jog every morning and also visit the grassy knoll between the high-rise buildings of the housing development where the local pet dog population hangs out, Fruska and Agyag seem to be out of touch with the current urban canine trend. I think they really miss the farm.
Since Fruska’s fertile window, is fast approaching, I’ve decided to extend my stay and wait out of her breeding, so I do not have to leave her behind and we can return together to the U.S. This change also allows me to visit some kennels,
old friends and places holding great memories and most importantly spend time with my sister’s family in Budapest.
We have been exploring both sides of the Danube and keep diving into the flavorful and dangerously rich culinary abyss of the City. I wonder how much my gravitational point will change from the sins of these uninhibited dining escapades… (Sir Isaac Newton would probably say, “eat a bloody apple dear…”)