And so it begins...

Since we finally got both of our new cages today (yes, they came!) we decided to sew up a couple new cage sets. Not for the new cages though, one is for our new boys and one is going to be for our girls. When intros are all said and done, we'll have a boy trio and a girl trio. This is just taking place until everyone is old enough to go with their mates.

Anyway, we ended up sewing until like 20 minutes ago. We ended up just sewing one set and cutting out another one that someone ordered. We were slacking! After that, we headed to the store and grabbed a soda.

Now it's time to clean cages, assemble the two that we got in the mail, and complete clean out the glider room. I'm talking move out all the cages, wipe the walls down vacuum, and everything else. Should be a blast... not!

After that's all said and done, we have to get things ready for our drive to Kentucky tomorrow. Get bonding pouches, treats, and most importantly...directions! Unfortunately, we don't have to luxury of GPS, so we have to do things the old fashioned way and write them down. Sometimes it can be hard, but most of the time we're successful. We made it all the way to STL and back with written directions. I'd say that's a win.

Okay, random though, but the tomato plants that my aunt got us a while back are HUGE now! And they have tomatoes on them. Like loads! And they're big! Now if only they would ripen up...

Well, until next time...

Love & Peace


The tomato plants, with tomatoes: 

A spider in it's web:

One of our cages in the box, the other was inside:

And lastly, the cage set we made for the boys:

Lost and found...

Okay, I'm not sure that I even mentioned this. If I did, I apologize for repeating myself like a crazed lunatic! Anyways, the cat that showed up at our house a couple months ago, Lucy, was pregnant and ended up having kittens under our house. Well, weeks and weeks went by and they NEVER came out. We thought they might have died, but her undercarriage was always wet and crusty like they had been suckling.

Well when Saturday rolls around - the day I had to work - guess who decided to pop their heads out for the first time!? I'll give you two guesses... That's right, the kittens! Luckily, there are only two. One all yellow one that kind of looks like Bart and a grey striped one with white feet and a white face. That one is wild! We don't even know what it is yet. The little yellow one is a boy and is so, so sweet. We both seriously love him to death!

Now we just have to try and catch the other one for a few minutes to see what it is!

Oh yeah, I got an email from Suncoast (the place we ordered our cage from) and was told that the Fedex guy left one of our cages at the facility! She said that she already issued a new shipping label for it, or something along those lines, so we should get the other cage Wednesday. It's only a day after, so not too bad.

Oh yeah, when I let the chickens out in the yard earlier, I checked for eggs, like I always do, and found a mini egg!! I know it's not going to be a reoccurring thing, one of our young hens is just starting to lay. Still though, it's awesome looking.

While we were in town a little while ago, we were on a mission to find a nice center piece for our new table. Yes, we got a new table and it's gorgeous! We ended up buying a little fake plant, a glass bowl, and some beautiful rustic rocks. LaVaughn tore the plant out of its container and put it in the glass bowl with rocks all around it. It's actually quite beautiful.

Did I mention that we won the 1st, 2nd, 5th, and 6th Harry Potter movies on ebay for just under $10? ON Blu-Ray and they're NEW! It was like the win of a life time! Now i'm on a mission to find the rest! :D

Well, I suppose that's all for now. Until next time...

Love & Peace


Here's the little boy kitten, who we've named Toby:

The mini chicken egg:

Harry Potter on Blu-Ray:

Our new centerpiece:

A transparent spider:

Sugar glider portrait time!

Okay, I don't have too much to blab about today, considering I didn't DO anything today, so I'll just bore you with glorious sugar glider pictures.

We trimmed nails, fed treats, and took pictures, all in one swoop. It actually went relatively quick, there's only the occasional difficult glider (cough, cough... Sadie).

Oh yeah, while I'm here... our cages shipped out today! Woop woop! They should arrive on Tuesday! And of course, I work Tuesday.. go figure. I cannot wait to get them and get them all set up! It's going to be SO awesome! I'll be glad when we can order two more! :D

And on top of that, we might be able to get the boys next week! Now lets just keep our fingers crossed that nothing comes up!

Until next time...

Love & Peace











Some pictures of the sunset on our way back from town:

Some pictures of our grub, Zoe:

She sits like a human a lot, lol.