Last night I went out to check on the yard and feed the dogs. Apparently, my phone fell on the ground, and I didn't notice.
A few hours later, I notice my phone is gone... and I check everywhere to find it.
I finally find it with the help of a few friends and Joel outside in the yard, covered in mud and scratches...
We clean it off, and lo and behold, there are chew marks and scrapes from the puppy.
How classy is my phone now?? SO TOTALLY EXTRA CLASSY NOW!
I'm a little bummed, but such is the life of a puppy owner, yes?
And yes, I still love Kona. I'm just a bit miffed.
Anyway, I have been giving the males a longer break than normal due to my hectic schedule this week, on top of the fact that I have not been seeing much action in terms of prized pairings. So... Time for a break for everyone, a few nice juicy rats, and then we are back in business.
I am trying to figure out the last few pairings that I have been putting off, as well as a few females that I have been on the fence about putting into the rotations this season.
1100 gram females around this time of year are the bane of my existance.
1200, and we are good. 1100??? They are just taunting me.
And of course they are off feed, or else they would already be 1200 grams...
Maybe I should just push the limit to 1500 grams and be over it. That way these females can't keep pissing me off.
Maybe I'll do that.
Anyway, yes, that was a random photo of the Sulfur Mojave. I'm stoked to have her, and have been wracking my brain to figure out what to put her with when the time comes, but of course, with the age she has, I have a year or so to decide anyway.
That's another thing...
Plans in the future. I try not to have any anymore, because they NEVER seem to work. I just grow them up, and figure out the pairings with the males and females that I have at the time. It seems to be better for my sanity that way.
It's good to be sane.
Have a fantastic day, my friends.