Well, folks, it's late late late, and I'm just about to go to bed here in a little bit, but I wanted to give you all a quick update! The geckos are doing wonderful in their little home where they are now completely safe from the cats. Yes, Persephone is living up to her name as Queen of the Underworld, destroyer. Her favorite thing remains to be, god help us all, knocking cups over. Her fave is a full cup, she has yet to master soda cans. Brennen is a great playmate for her and a wonderful new best friend for me. Tonight I told him what a soft soul he is--meaning, how he is kind and thoughtful, well mannered and inquisitive. He really is a light in my life!
But more about the geckos! Dab, my new gecko, is still very skiddish, only coming out at night to bask under the heat lamp. She is orange with a white tail, fancy huh! Brennen and I got her at the reptile expo! Y'all know I was itchin' to buy my first snake, but that shall wait until I have the farm. Momma isn't ok with snakes, but I think I can warm her up to them! Anyhow, Puff has laid five eggs so far this season; a clutch of three!!! and a clutch of two! Go Puff! We figured out how to incubate them next to a heat rock, however, none of the eggs have hatched yet, and I'm thinking an incubator must be the best way to go.
As for me, I'm just reading reading reading, doing research for the book (many of you have talked to me about the book and its topic, but I'm still keeping it a secret on here!) Good good news about the book though! I am able to receive credit for it through college by completing it as my Senior Year Capstone Research Project. Right now, I'm stripping my old college papers apart so I can upgrade them to book chapter quality, because interestingly enough, they all follow a logical pattern! Anyhow, I must be getting to bed! I'll post more tomorrow!
Disco Chicken of Love
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A sustainability major at U of L, beginning farmer, crafter, and writer.