|LILLY CLEANED UP|
Wednesday, 28 December 2011
Funny thing has just happened... Each few days I'm cleaning Lilly's nests. Both of them. I ensure there's no rotten food left and wash the transparent bulbs thoroughly. Due to the Christmas time (like most of women I was trapped in the kitchen) I didn't do it in the end of December. It's Lilly who did this for me:
She draged out the whole of her cotton bedding and old seeds, leaving a few fresh ones. I think she got used to our every-few-days-cleaning schedule so much that she simply couldn't wait for another one. It prooves how neat she is.
Saturday, 17 December 2011
So it has begun. Dashing through the stores in searching for presents and ingredients is (almost) over. Here and there you can see colourful lights glittering on christmas trees and it actually starts to feel like the real Christmas.
Although there's no snow this year and God only knows how Santa is going to drive his sleight. So Lilly and I, with a little help from our dear friend Karina, decided to give you a present on our own. Here it is: beautifuly sang by Karina.
Lilly was very good girl in this first year of her fluffy life so Santa brought her a present: underneath the Christmas Tree we've found a little blue ball with a hole where you can put some dry treats. To get to them Lilly must roll the ball.
It's not as simple as it may seem to be. By now Lilly's learnt that the only way of getting to the food is this little hole through which you can't squeeze your head in. But still she's having problems with understanding how gravity works ;-)))
Saturday, 10 December 2011
My little girl is a grown up now. Yeah, that's right. Hard to believe but this magic moment came and became a fact. I can tell by her looks and behaviour.
|LILLY LONGING FOR GRADUATION|
Much has changed: she doesn't party so often. Doesn't swing in her hamster wheel with her imaginary friend... Doesn't chase her own shadow anymore...
|STUDING SOME ARTWORK|
What she does is scratching at my cabinet door, where I keep my old stuff for studying: books, notes, notebooks... She mades me open it and take it all out so that she could skip through it freely. As you can see at the neighbouring picture, she's got that special something for art. Considering she's been lately jealous of the painting I'm working on, I think she might be a quite good artist. Just imagine: hamster art ;-) Now that would be something! I know of a few people who paint hamsters but never have heard of a hamster painter. And I'm quite sure Lilly would be able to hold some mini-pencil or crayon, or maybe even a brush to paint with in her tiny little human-like fingers ;-) Sometimes I watch her and wonder what's actually happening in this little head of her... Does she dream of her favourite treat...? Does she dream at all...? Okay, maybe I've just exaggerated...
|SEEMS THAT LILLY LOVES TO PARTY AFTER ALL ;-)|
Monday, 5 December 2011
I must admit that my sirian hamster girl is not - well, let's say - bravehearted. When something happenes, she flees faster than a lightening to the nearest hideout. Than, eventually, from there she sniffs curiously checking what's up.
This movie pictures perfectly Lilly's character: she may be intrigued but never she will rush towards even most exciting scents unless she double checks she's safe always gazing at me, whether I'm there or not... to serve and protect ;---)