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Well my bread was...off

Mar 02, 2010 - 0 comments
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rising

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yeast dough

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manicure

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algebra

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drowsy

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witness missidentification

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The Jungle

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steve

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pet store

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rats

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crickets

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Mr. Jingles and Cheese

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glass cut

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cracked tank

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gathering materials

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sugar glider

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craigslist

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bonding pouches

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family



Huge, I thought it was AWESOME, but apparently it was bad. Humph. Otherwise it was good I think? Better be cause it's still under my nails. But yeah, I was so very tired today.
I slept through algebra, but I turned in my test corrections. I hope I'll do fine as the term goes on. Psh. I tried but I just couldn't keep my head up.
Witness misidentification was fun. I'm really bad at it. I'm almost done reading The Jungle. Well no, but I'm pretty far through it.

Went home and was putting around. Steve came over, we went to his house and then to a pet store. I got crickets, and he got rats! Two sweet little baby boys, Mr. Jingles and Cheese. They're so hyper and soft and adorable. I love rats. They are so calm and beautiful. His are in a cracked tank...He cleaned it all out and then I cut my finger on the crack while we were covering it. Ouchie. SALMONELLA. It's covered now. He had no woodchips, so its got newspaper over the bottom and crumpled up around it. They're going to be eating out of a little bowl and he has a bottle for them. I'll be bringing over the wheel, house, and log that I have from my small animals of the past. They'll like them.

Now I'm home and I ate and I'm going nutso on the sugar glider information. I have raided craigslist and I have sent inqueries to several people for more information about the gliders. I have also looked up many prospective cages to purchase, and I'm preparing to make bonding pouches and other toys and trinkets. I can do this. Whatever it takes, they would complete my family. I know it. Everyone will love them, it'll be great. I'm so excited.

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