Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Winter of Snot

As if we have not seen enough cold and flues this winter, an other one is fierce at claiming that the winter hasn't given up on us yet. Owen started coughing last night and although his temperature doesn't amount to official fever, he's warm to the touch. today, he dragged through his ABA with red groggy eyes. it's spring MR. weather man!!! send us some spring weather... some REAL spring weather PLEAAAASE!!!!

Yet, I've heard Owen is not the only one to suffer the sneezes. Since we can't get away from it, some peoples decided to make a little orchestra with it.

We had planned to start an other round of ozonation, this time in the attic, scheduled for tomorrow morning. it was the soonest we could find a convenient time for it... Owen's booked to attend his ABA at the center, i have a chiro's appointment and Owen also have to see the ortophonist... i hope it's not too demanding for his snot filled head. it will complete the full house ozonation... we have mice and ants in the attic and hope that it will deter them from feeling home.

we didn't think much last night about leaving the attic trap open, but we can say today that there are 3 mice fewer up there now. i heard some noise upstairs and Andy went to check and our cat was playing with one and so he cough it in a jar. today, she was guarding my lazy boy as one had made it it's refuge and one didn't survive our mice hunter. we first thought about letting it open again tonight and let Daphne go at them for an other round, but she might still be tired from her last crazy night and kids not letting her sleep through the day. and i also was wondering about the risk of letting them migrate before the "O3" day.

we were hoping to keep a live mouse in a trap. we heard that it help attract the others in the trap, but the first one we cough last week, escaped, and today, the other one died. there's the young mouse left but it's the one Daphne injured. don't know if it will affect its longevity. the other problem is that it appear the mouse are escaping the trap... not much of a trap then is it?

Saturday, April 14, 2007


Your Quirk Factor: 45%

You're a pretty quirky person, but you're just normal enough to hide it.
Congratulations - you've fooled other people into thinking you're just like them!