So for those of you that are un-aware - I have managed to drag myself through the pits of lethargy and organised myself enough to move in with Tsietisin
. I moved in last Sunday. Tuesday was spend in blissful sleep, up to around 10.30am when the lovely council workmen decided that enough was enough and engaged in some frenzyed drilling down in the flat below us, being as I work nights and sleep in the day I can't say I was best pleased. They left around 3pm and back to bed I went, sleeping until I had to get up to go to work, thus causing me to miss a vist from Air_Bizkit
much to my annoyance.
Well I stroll back into the flat at 6.30am - straight to bed only to be woken by the afore mentioned lovely council workmen, only at 8am this time :-/. With both myself and Tsietisin
awake, we sat in the living room and had a drink and a chat. After a while I remember to turn the computer on and decide to venture back into my room and say hello to the hamsters on my way back out (Picture) to come.
Now the 2 chinise hamsters I have had for close to 6 months, firmly enclosed in a weird and wonderful Rotastak cage - a sort of mess of plastic tunnels and otherwise strange rooms, all see through providing a wonderful viewing area for me when I need to relax. But today one of the two were missing........
Holly the more adventurious one was missing, but the cage was still sealed, no sign of a fight or blood in the cage. So I call Tsietisin
in and after a search of the room we locate the rather athletic hamster under the huge kingsize bed I have. Well in the end Tsietisin
managed to coax her out and we returned her to the cage where shes busy drinking enough to prepare for the apparent hosepipe ban we have coming in in the summer. But how she escaped (sometime between 10pm and 8am) is beyond me..... Maybe the drilling from the flat below sent her into a frenzy and she pulled aside one of the wire mesh bars and tried to escape to the somewhat quieter realms of the living room (before realising that the rather fat cat was in the way) or whether a mysteriously mellow spirit set her free, we will never know. :-)