That's been one of my favorite words/sayings as of late. I know, that doesn't make any sense. =D Soon...it shall!
I have been getting so so many e-mails asking some pretty broad questions. "How are you?" "How is the house?" "How are the pets?" I have to be honest, you guys want to really hear about that? Ha-ha-ha! However, since I seriously have been getting these questions almost every day I thought it might pose as a good start for a blog. I also have to be honest, that I can't individually answer those questions as much as I have been getting them. So know I read your e-mails and appreciate them more than you know. Truth is I have been very swamped with customs and clips, so much that it's all I have been doing, thinking, breathing. That's most certainly not a complaint, I just have to prioritize in ways I have not before.
Let's start with "How are you?"
I am doing well, for the most part. I have to say I think I have definitely bitten off more than I can chew this month! Regarding multiple things, but opening the fetish store definitely took some focus amongst my current and growing commitments. I am so happy with it though! Plus all of your guys' support and patience, I could not have done it without you. It's been going really well so far and I have been having way too much fun creating content. Way.too.much.fun! I will leave that question there for now, in the next week or so I will elaborate. So let the games begin. >:D
"How is the house?"
*trots off to go ask* Ok, the house. Well it is the changing seasons here so there has been no lack of things to do to prepare for what we hope isn't Armageddon 2. I have aptly named our previous winter Armageddon 1. That was much wow and they seem to say we are getting another similar one...let's hope they are bloody lying. I also am surrounded by trees so let's just say there are more than 3 leaves that have fallen. As far as projects go I have been working on a couple. One is almost done, more on that later. The other is the living room. I have bought paint and successfully stared at the walls for about a month. Don't worry they'll paint themselves they said...One thing that IS doing it itself is I am having a built-in installed on the far wall. Thankfully the measurements were taken, deposit given, and they won't return until installation day which is early November. Score! It will have taken them 45 days to create it so I am quite looking forward to this. My living room has looked more like a college dorm room mid-summer after everyone has moved out for awhile now, but I wanted to save and make sure to do it exactly how I wanted to for fear of re-doing things later. So there is a couch, TV and Ryner's bed/toys in here. Could play Twister there's so much empty space. =D Naked twister-duh!
Other than that, definitely no plans of moving like I had thought late spring/mid summer. My focus has shifted solely to this big, beautiful, and unique house that I hope to have many years in making it a loving cozy home to creating lasting memories in. 1,2,3 *collective awwww*
"How are the pets?"
Ready for a novel? Well most prominently in my head is that the other day Ryner decided to go outside of his invisible fence/my yard. I had left him home with my Mom while I ran a quick errand. Unknowingly he had followed my car out of the driveway, down the road, and thankfully stopped at the house on the corner and did not go into the very busy main road. Long story short, no one lives at this house as it is for sale and thankfully some guy a street over (off the main road) saw him there and knew no one lived there. So he picked him up and put him in his fenced yard. Thing being he just had his invisible fence collar on which I never had any thought to have tags on because well, he has never left the yard. No number or address on there for anyone to know who he belonged to. (Big lesson learned there). When I got home he was missing of course, I ran down the road, through the woods (to Grandmother's house we go! Ok, I can only joke now but then I was a distraught mess!) and then my parents and I started driving the roads...Of course as fate would have it we ended up on the road over and we would stop every so often to call for him. A guy was riding on his lawn mower and stopped us, he was the guy who saw Ryner at the vacant house. *Everyone breathe* Whew...
The household has definitely been more calm and I have no doubt in my mind it was the very best decision to adopt out Bruce and Hank. It was only a few weeks ago Hank was adopted out and he actually still see's the vet I go to, so that was really nice to hear. Loca has been better (for the most part) and Batman is back to playing happily. No more pets for a very long time (if ever) that is for sure. I have had to permanently separate the cats and the dog though. I had this nifty gate that had a cat door (supaaaa proud of it) but little miss Loca (aka bitch face) has been getting quite brave in going after Ryner, defeating my purpose of seeking out a better and more balanced household for all. So the cat door is now shut (like Jesus's tomb was) and it's going to take more than a miracle for me to open it. Thankfully they don't jump it, it is quite high and "see through mesh" so I think they aren't confident enough to. I do have to somehow rig up an extra rod on either side so Loca does not squeeze through on the side. Iy yi yi I tell ya. Right now there are pillows and miraculously Ryner has not deemed them worthy of a swift death. If anyone has ever owned a calico cat (Loca) then that paragraph made all the sense in the world, if you have not just trust me and go for fluffy Fred in the corner. Black & a male preferably. Calico ='s run. Fast. This is the part where I say but I love her anyways.
ohmygosh I just thought of yet another story of Ryner trying to eat the neighbors white fluffy shit kicker dog, alas I must get.to.beddddd. (I had 3 appointments today-who does that? ME!) In his defense it came in our yard, so well. Ya. Story for next time...remind me! Weeeeeeeeeee.
So there we have it. I HOPE YOU'RE SATISFIED!!!
See you all soon. *smiles*