Tuesday, 24 July 2012

BURIED ALIVE (KROPKA REVIEWING THE GREEN ZONE)

Hello everyone! :-) It's been a while. I've been busy putting Kropka's new zombie movie together ;-) The one I promised to you looong time ago. Well, it wasn't easy considering the fact that I had to have my new novel finished and the whole family is preparing for my brother's wedding. :-) But here is the vid:


To be honest, I've had this funny and annoying feeling that I forgot something and now I reminded myself what it was: I totally missed the June ingredient in Inky's Recipe Challenge. I don't know whether Inky's gonna let me enter it, but I think I'll do the grapes anyway. Just for fun. Along with celery, perhaps ;---)

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  1. ~animalmommy~24/7/12 10:26 pm

    LOL! She really enjoyed that, huh?

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    1. Hehe, I'll never get bored with the view of Kropka comming out from the underground :-D And that look of her face LOL

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  2. Again, I love your conversations. You should start creating childrens books.
    I'm serious thinking about to add a soil tank, specially for Samson. What happend to this area now?
    Seems that a house in the middle of an area isn't a hamsters favourite place. Kropka was also starting in corners to dig. I put the housings of my hammies into corners, primarily at the very end of the cage. This is where Samson and Randy prefere to sleep

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    1. :-) I'm thinking about some hamster stories but right now I'm too deep in the SF stories for adults and it's not just like that to swich your mind to the children mode ;-) I believe adding a soil tank is a very good idea if you have space for it and two perfectly healthy hamsters to dig in it ;-) My Green Zone was turned into another part of a cage filled with deep litter mixed with natural cotton (Kropeczka makes mini tunnels under it and searches for the food hidden beneath). I was considering giving her more access to the soil but I gave up this idea because of her empty eye socket (once dirt stucks in there it stays 'cause she's not able to remove it by herself) but for any other hamster with no health issues I'd totally do that. I believe adding soil is extremely good idea :-) And the little clay burrow was eventually approoved although it pretends to be a small tree: we put some dill and parsley into it so that Kropeczka could bite the leaves :-) If you'll decide to add a soil tank, you may consider cultivating some plants in it anyway, 'cause their roots will make the ground more solid and stabilized for hamster tunnels. Good luck! :-)

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    2. Oh, so I bet you are working on "Planet of the Rodents" or "Digging to the Center of the Earth" ;-)

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    3. ...I forgot the chief character Marie Rodent :-p

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