In other news, I had an interesting night. I had a raccoon try to break in through my bedroom window. I woke up hearing this scratching sound. I thought my cat was clawing the carpet outside the bedroom door so I turned over and ignored it. Then I thought, maybe it is my not so temporary paper blinds that are blowing in the breeze. I opened my eyes to see if they were moving and I see this shadow in the window. I think, what is my cat doing up there in the window? Then I realize there's no way she'd be in my room because my door was closed. And then I realized that there is no way for her to jump up on the window sill. No way because it is too high.
I panicked thinking 'what the hell is that?'. I go over to the window quickly and look at this creature stretched up all the way to the bottom of my blinds and low and behold I'm looking into the face of a raccoon! OMG! I made some noise and it ran away but, sh*t! Talk about a heart attack at 2:30 in the morning. At that point I closed my window which I really didn't want to do because it was so hot last night but I didn't want the creature coming back to break in. This morning I noticed that the screen had been pushed in a bit and had those blinds not been partially down I'm sure that screen would have popped right off and I would have had a crazy raccoon in my bedroom.
And now for your viewing pleasure ... the little bean.
|My little bean at 6w5d. The yolk sac is on the upper right.|