EDIT: said layout didn't work out too well
So I changed to Nightmare Before Christmas a little early (this was slated for after Thanksgiving when the Holiday season starts)
Definitely love my new layout. I think I'm going to stick with this one for awhile, though the paint and the clouds were really pretty
Sooooo update on moving:
Got some amazing furniture today, as well as appliances. My parents splurged and I got some NICE stuff.
They gave me a couch, loveseat, coffee table, end table, two lamps, waffle maker, indoor grill, huge crockpot with a special roasting pan, iron, bench, 37 in. tv, a cassarole dish set, and some other stuff. Most of it is brand new so I'm like
it's so freaking amazing. Couldn't have came at a better time. I think I'm still getting a new car as well, which is AWESOME. I can't believe how much my parents are willing to do for me. i guess it's because they are excited I'm venturing out and starting my life. They think no one deserves more than me, to be done with this bull shit and go out and start a new life with my hubs
Which is amazing coming from my dad. I love my parents so.
We figured out my travel plans. I put a reservation on a 17 foot trailer. It comes on next Thursday which will be great. After its filled up, off it goes!
I leave the next morning at 2 am.
I never thought the day would come where my life is starting off with a bang.
So onto my topic, we have decided on getting a Bengal cat. More importantly a Snow Point Bengal Cat also referred to as a Snow Point, Spotted, or Leopard Bengal Cat. So freaking gorgeous and smart. They will hop into the shower with you, take walks with you, protect you, and you can teach them dog tricks as well. They are still a semi wild species though, so it'll be fun. They are extremely expensive as well. One sold in the UK for 40,000 euros. I've found some breeders in SD selling them alot cheaper than that thank goodness
So it's the feature of the day!!!
There isn't too many good pics of a Snow Pointed Bengal, these are great though!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And the Copper colored ones, I'm not exactly sure what they are called other than I know they are called Marble Bengals depending on how the spots look on these ones.
enjoy these talented artists!!!