Pride & Prejudice, Incubators, and Every Good Thing!
Spring is in the air! Want to know how I know? Because the flies have returned, the red ants are back, everything is shedding it's winter coat, AND my incubators are going!! Egg-citing yes? Of COURSE YES!
I've been longing to see Pride & Prejudice again. We managed to squeeze in the 6 hr long version of it over the past few days. Ah! How I love that movie! I can't decide who my favorite character is...Mrs. Bennet or Mr. Bingley??? Actually, that question isn't very hard! ;)
Mr. Darcy is tolerable, I suppose...but not near dashing enough to tempt me!
If you are unfamiliar with Pride & Prejudice, then STOP reading this post IMMEDIATELY and go watch the BBC 1995 version of it. I will be timing you!!
OK, finished watching it? Good! Excellent! Stupendous! I'm proud of you! :)
In case you missed the moral of the story, this basically sums it up.
Unless of course you are Mrs. Bennet, then by all means proceed into hysterics and tell Hill to fetch you a case of smelling salts. You're sure gonna need'em! ;)
We did some switching around in my room, and I now have a lovely desk to put my laptop on, hold all my random papers that somehow seem to collect on all clean surfaces, to hold incubators, eggs, and everything nice!
I have two incubators running! In my room to be exact. In my room? Are you crazy? Me: Possibly! But only the best of us are!
I can no longer hear my geese honking and carrying on at all hours of the night. Instead I get to listen to the low hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
of my incubators. Fantastic yes? Of course fantastic yes!
BREAKING EGGCITING NEWS!!
I got my first Sebastopol egg two days ago! It's the middle egg in the below picture. Debating on whether I should hatch it..or sell it? My mind tells me..hatch hatch hatch hatch hatch hatch hatch!
I found another Sebastopol egg in their nighttime stall, but alas it was soft shelled. BooHoo!
I am up way past my bedtime so I'm going to hit the hay. I have a long day tomorrow and need to get some hatching eggs mailed off first thing.
Later, Cheers, and have a Jolly Good Night!