Absent again. Please forgive me.

I had a really busy couple of weeks, including good news about September (I have a new role within my current school... I'll tell you more later!) and some racing around getting things done. I have photos that I want to load up, but the camera is hiding on me so they'll go on later. For now, it's time to just say, I have a few quiet weeks ahead of me at last, so a chance to get the blog clean and tidy, perhaps sort a room in the house out and get my memories down on paper ready to go up. For now, I'll leave you with a cute picture. And a couple of questions; have you ever had one of these and are they difficult to care for?

The familiar pet was a rare animal until biologist Israel Aharoni set out to find it.

Comments

  1. Awww, cute picture. Yes, we've had a couple of hamsters, one was the cutest thing, he'd let himself out of his cage at night, have a wander around and take little mementos back to his cage. One time he didn't go back to his cage, we found him asleep inside a Barbie shower unit. The other hamster was the spawn of the devil and we could only hold him when we had gloves on as he'd draw blood as soon as look at you. They're cute little critters but if you're thinking of getting one be aware that they're nocturnal so they sleep all day and only really come to life when you're just on your way to bed. Looking forward to hearing more about your new job.

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  2. We've had two and they were both cute. One lived for 3 years one didn't quite make it to 1 year. Jo is right though, they only wake up at night, ours never surfaced before 10pm, well after Amy and Thomas were in bed so not much fun for them really. Good to hear you have a new role in your job - looking forward to hearing about it. xx

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  3. Good news about your job! I had hamsters when I was a child; they're nice pets but not often around during the day and they need to be handled from being very young as a hamster bite is a nasty thing xx

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  4. Good to hear you have a new role in your current school! It is a busy time of year I find, almost as mad as Christmas time. We have three days of school left, then 7 weeks of holiday. Yay!

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  5. So excited for you about the new job at school. Looking forward to hearing more on that front, No hamster experience here I'm afraid, good luck with making that decision!
    Lisa x

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  6. congrats about the job. I had hamsters and gerbils as a child. the gerbils were probably more fun x

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  7. Congratulations on your new job role. Jx

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  8. Good news about your new position. Hope it works out well.

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  9. Hi - I'm your newest follower and have enjoyed reading some of your blog posts. I really enjoyed the Girl on the Train - it wasn't as scary as I thought it might be. Looking forward to following your blog. Joan at www.aviewtothefells.com

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