Several times yesterday, when I put Lola and Sable together, Lola stepped up the level of aggression to where I was worried for Sable’s safety. This makes it seem, again, unlikely we’ll be able to let them live in the same cage together. I guess separate quarters with supervised visitation is going to be the way of the world for them.
We’re still waiting to hear about a new pair of babies, and I have to admit, I’m having my doubts about bringing more rats in with Lola and Sable needing separate cages. We’ll have to wait and see how we feel about things when we’re told the new girls are actually available.
Wayback Wednesday Comes on Thursday This Week:
For lack of anything more current to show you, here’s what I was working on as of October 27, 2005:
That was the first entrelac bag I ever knit. Little did I know what I was starting! By this point in the knitting, I had not yet mastered the art of knitting backwards, so I was still turning the work at the end of every row. That didn’t last long – I made sure to learn how to avoid all the tedious turning back and forth pretty quickly!
Now, I’m working on my sixth entrelac bag, the desert-themed one that will be a Christmas gift for someone this year. I don’t see any end to these in my future, either – they’re just that much fun to knit!