Saturday, December 31, 2016

Pictures + Update (Last Post of 2016)

     Hi guys, I am so sorry for not writing in forever. I could apologize for paragraphs upon paragraphs, but that is boring ;). So, here are some things that have been going on lately!
Bareback, of course :) I am going to ride Chessie with my friend, Anna, in a few days, and it will be a tackless (no bridle or saddle!) ride!



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Making rat hammock sets (this one is for sale)

Making more rat hammocks.

Making wreaths and garlands :)

I also got a new rat cage, but don't really have any pictures of that yet... I will soon.
                                                     Making youtube videos!











So, I will be writing a proper post soon, but for now, I would say this is pretty good! Love you guys!
-Amelia :)








8 comments:

  1. Good job with those hammocks! From the little I know about sewing those look pretty hard to make. I fixed a rip in my jeans once but that's about it.
    Thanks for the post!
    :)

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    1. Hi Micah! Thanks for the sweet comment, it made my day :)
      They are kinda hard to make... but practicing has made them much better! You are welcome for the post, btw, oh and how are you doing your fodder? I am trying to get back into it, and wanted some tips because yours looks way better than mine haha :)

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    2. Good! :)
      Well, I did more like 2 inches instead of 1/4 (I believe that's what you said). I think that maybe having it in that container was better for it because more sun could get to it but that's just a theory. I soaked the seeds over night and misted them heavily every day. After a couple days I just decided to drench them with water instead of misting.

      IRDK though. XD I'm going to try wheat next if I can get some.

      :)

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    3. Awesome! Yeah, I will probably try 1 inch next time. I ended up drenching them, too, but had to dump tons of water, and I was growing it indoors, so misting became a better option :) Wheat should work really well too!

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    4. Well, I've got an idea! I'm thinking like a container with holes in it kinda sacked on top of a solid container. This would let you flood and drain many times and then dump it less often. and yeah...I stole that idea from YouTube. But it IS a good idea. :D

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    5. I have seen that idea, and I love it! You should tell me how it works for you :)

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    6. Well, I'm going to try wheat and probably barely a few more times before I set up something like that but I will...IF I can remember. XD When I get it set up/figured out I WILL do a post. :)

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