As it turns out...

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My vacation has just started... really started that is, as I have dropped off the ferrets - my heart aching - at the ferret hotel where they'll be staying during my trip, and I received my tickets. Yes, indeed... the tickets have arrived!

Some people really looked strange at me when I told them I didn't have em yet - but I don't worry that easily - and as it turns out, everything is OK.

Something is weird though... I love my ferrets, yet now that I've dropped them off, I feel more relaxed and free. Sure they don't need that much attention, but they are on my mind 24/7.

I can see how people cannot accept that they are my kids - because they are just animals - but to me they are equal. I've always been more of an animal person as I've been a kids person. I do like kids, and I think I can handle kids pretty well... as long as they ain't mine. I want to be able to give them back to the parents when they get on my nerves, lol.

Update : I've solved the 110V/220V issue by getting myself an extra battery for the digital cam. Even if I take a zillion photo's, two batteries should be sufficient, especially when turning off the 2 second review and/or the display. I'll try and keep one for the BBQ, and the other one for the time spend in Michigan and while travelling up/down to the USA and Canada.

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I know how you feel with the ferrets, I always feel more relaxed when my cats aren't around. We had two nights at home between our two trips where they were still at the cattery and it was nice not having to always be letting them in and out of doors and windows and to not have to fret about where they are. But at the same time I miss snuggling with them and am looking forward to getting them out of the cattery again.

That whole "just animals" thing is a crock of shit. You are way more responsible for them than you would be for an older type child. Also they are so good at expressing joy and affection making them very easy to love.

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