Friday, May 8, 2009
Fursty Ferret (British ale ad):
(when ferrets DO run, this is about how it looks- never in a straight line)
Bounce Fabric Softener:
(cute ferret, but the gate is for show. Ferrets can climb over 30" high gates.)
That's all for now.
Coming soon- more lazy ferret pictures :)
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Most women are intimidated by the thought of changing a tire or checking the oil or even just lifting the hood. Here is a concise how-to guide on how to handle basic car care from girl to another.
Travel Prep: How to Perform a Pre-Trip Inspection on Your Car for Holiday Travel
Make sure your car is road-ready when you're getting ready to travel
Pre Road Trip Car Safety Check
These tips will help you prepare for any road trip. The less you have to worry about, the more you can enjoy the ride.
Changing Spark Plugs for Beginners
A beginners guide to changing spark plugs.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Saturday, February 28, 2009
First, a little story, and then a free coupon link...
My story.... a few nights ago (about 2am) I went to Jack-n-the-Box for midnight munchie food. They didn't have any coffee made so I couldn't get my iced cappachino.. it gets better. I got home, went online, and left a comment in their online "feedback box". Today I check the mail and... Jack-n-the-Box has sent me a coupon for a free menu item (no combo-but still)... awesome, right? For once, "complaining" (stating the truth, actually), got me something. Now I can't decide if I want that iced cappachino or some chicken tenders. hehe.
Free coupon link... for a free Kashi frozen entree. I found this link on the 3 Fat Chicks forum and filled it out. Kashi is known for their healthy, natural foods (I like their cereals). Here's a link for that free entree coupon - if you fill out the form and get a coupon, let me know. I'll do the same.
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Yesterday I set up a dig box for the boys. I already had old aquarium sand and a container ($5 from Walmart), so this was a good deal for both me and the fuzzies.
Here they are:
I orginally got the idea from The Holistic Ferret Forum. This is great because it provides enrichment (ferrets are natural diggers) even when they can't go outside. You can also use dirt, soil (but not with styrofoam or fertilizers), towels, plastic balls (ping pong or kids ball room), pebbles, beans (but too big to ingest), or rice (but not instant, which could cause a blockage).
If you have any ferret enrichment ideas, please post them here or on the Texas Ferret Group Forum.
Friday, February 20, 2009
I'll say now that this blog won't be only about ferrets, though they are wonderful companion pets. I picked the name because my S.O. (significant other) refers to our house a ferret village (due to my fuzzies' hilarious antics).
I'll also say now that regardless of similar names, there is no relation between this blog and the Ferret Village forum- though I am a member of their forum and think its a wonderful community and resource (as are most ferret forums).
This could be considered my first "blog", though I have used online diaries/journals in the past, including LiveJournal, Myspace, Facebook, and more.
A bit about myself... I'm a college student/at-home mom/ferret owner (ferrent)/web designer/gamer (with no time to play).. and lots more.
My current daily internet haunts are:
The Holistic Ferret Forum
3 Fat Chicks on a Diet Weight Loss Community
Here's the current fuzzy population of my ferret village:
A little about the fuzzy residents of ferret village... they are on a natural diet (raw meat/bones and whole prey)/free roamers (in a ferret-proofed bedroom mostly)/chewers (love all things rubbery, like PS2 controllers and computer scroll buttons)/dookers (when playing, Weasel dooks like a clucking chicken and Slinky squeaks like a girl)/weasel war dancers/lap rats (Weasel lets anyone hold him and Slinky will walk up and fall asleep on your legs)... lots of which is so hilarious... that it can only be called ferret village. Only in a ferret village will you see ferrets dook and war dance, grab and shake rubber objects as dogs would, and wipe out many times (as ferrets can't jump far distances and aren't too coordinated)..
If you're reading, please say hi. We can talk ferrets or anything else. Have a great weekend!
(From the Mayor of Ferret Village)