Thursday, July 09, 2009

you know it's all going a little to well...

I felt like I was getting pretty good at posting a little something on a semi-regular basis, I was creating some good habits (going to yoga, walking), and getting things done on my to do list like a good little girl. And then. It happens. I get deathly ill. Seriously. I don't get sick. Ever.

Thursday night was unbelievable. I won't go into the details, but I made fast friends with her porcelain holiness. It was really horrible and then I was so weak for the rest of the weekend and really didn't feel like my normal self until Wednesday. Just wrong.

So now, I have some catching up to do...

They are replacing a set of escalators in one of the buildings downtown. Have you ever seen the inner workings of one?

Escalators 7-1-09

These are the old ones. Dirty.

Escalators 7-1-09 (2)

I attempted to take some pictures of Cozy to post, but they didn't turn out all that great. At least it gives you an idea of how far along I am. Last night was the first night I had been able to work on it since early last week. I hope the lace blocks out a bit more so you can see the pattern better, but since it's cotton I'm not sure how that is going to work out.

Rowan Cozy 6-27-09 (4)

Today I took Rosey & Roscoe to the vet for their annual looksie and to get their crazy long nails trimmed. Seriously, they were longer than mine and the buns are only like 3-4 pounds each. Here they are in bunny jail waiting to go in for the exam.

Rosey & Roscoe 7-9-09 (3)

Roscoe came out with a clean bill of health, but Rosey was another story. Turns out she has a bit of a yeast infection in both ears (treatable with some regular cleaning and ear drops) and some crazy messed up teeth. It's called malocclusion and it's not a good thing. Good thing I took her in for a check up when I did, it looks really bad. Tomorrow I have to call and make an appointment with a more experienced rabbit vet up north to have them looked at. The life of a bunny owner is full of surprises!

Rosey's teeth 7-9-09

This is what they should look like. Who knew that in less then a year rabbit teeth could go from completely normal to crazy. Poor Rosey!


1 comment:

Jasmin said...

We actually had a pet rat who ended up with the same problem. Easily solved with a little tooth drilling and chewies!