Since the “About Me” portion is getting more hits than my actual blog, I may as well not waste an opportunity. My snakes outnumber my kids. I am a zookeeper. No, really! I work in the Herpetology department of my local zoo. My pet peeves include wet clothing buried in the hamper and little popcorn kernels that get stuck in my teeth. Most days, I have the attention span of a gnat.
I am owned by a PBGV (that’s a wire-haired basset, if you’re not down with dog lingo) who spends an annoying percentage of the time thinking she has puppies, and several cats who would eat them if she did.
My greatest accomplishment is conquering my fear of my pressure cooker. My new biggest fear is that my butt will always be this big.
I blog a couple of times a week now. Comments are welcome, but keep ’em clean. My kids read this blog.
Please take my thoughts with a grain of salt. I recommend kosher non-iodized.
And before you launch on your adventures, be sure to read my very first post. It explains where I’m coming from. I Have Nothing Against My Mother.
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I can be reached at zooheatheroneATgmailDOTCOM and by carrier pigeon. They all know my name.