So we have been in North Carolina for a month and a half now, and have finally settled in to a point where I feel comfortable.
And apparently, even with all the changes, so is the rest of the family.
We never had stairs before like this, so we had a few days of trepidation with the pups.
Someone really really likes to be king of the stairs.
Moving snakes across the country is NOT EASY. It is a blessing to have great friends that helped me out when I needed it, and I am now completely set up (with the exception of a few nick-knacks and decorations).
And of course, finding new places to find rodents, the room setup and wiring all took time to do. But I really actually feel comfortable now, which is really relieving!
After moving and settling in, of course, things started getting back to normal, and I really didn't expect to have another clutch at all.
BUT... of course I did.
I wasn't paying attention at all to this gal, and saw her on eggs while I was watering.
This female was a breeding project that I intended to do last year (and did, but got no eggs), and put her in with the Mojave Pied to see if he was a Het Albino. I put him in a few months before we moved, and stopped pretty early on. So this clutch has been a surprise....
I don't even have the incubator up and running because of the temperatures in the room that I haven't mapped out well, so right now, she is still on these eggs. These eggs are also uncounted... but it looks like a good bunch!
I intend to get things running again, and the blog as well.
I will be starting school in a few weeks, and until then, I'm freeeeeeee!
Here's to getting things back in order.
Have a great day, my friends!