I was planning to settle in for a few hours of just sitting there when two interpreters walked out and took their places stage left – I was suddenly a lot more interested! Continue reading
The first thing I noticed was the blood. They don’t warn you about the blood. Nobody warns you. But there it was, and lots of it, all over the garage floor. Continue reading
There is a raccoon in the trap in the garage. We are getting dressed to take it somewhere else. Oooooooh this should be interesting.
Well, that’s an experience I don’t care to repeat. Specifically, dragging a very scared and confused Maine Coon out from under a deck that hasn’t ever heard the word “clean” in its life. Somehow, the cat got out.
Updated February 2011: This page has not been altered in five and a half years. More recent pictures of me can now be found here. These do not tell a thousand words, so if you are curious about what’s going … Continue reading
From house pet to zoo exhibit: odyssey of a Maryland raccoon Even if Onix is gone, I have at least three more raccoons I’d be happy to give to this lady. They don’t mess things up? Yeah, right! [via sunnydale47; … Continue reading
I had missed a call from the interpreting agency on my cell phone, so once I was on the road to today’s job I called them. Continue reading
It only has five compartments so it won’t be suitable for longer trips, but it’ll give us the freedom to go away for weekends. Continue reading
I’m staying up and checking the trap periodically, waiting for one to take the bait. Continue reading
I think this is the first time I’ve done the torso rotation properly for more than ten minutes, ha! Continue reading