But seriously, if I don't know you, why would you care about my foot? Or expect me to share?
Before I got my parrot, I did a lot of reading on them - what they eat, what their habits are, that kind of thing. Because I am a responsible pet owner. Almost everything I read said that conures like to have hidey holes, things to poke their heads in, and things to sleep in. So when I set up Dizzy's sleeping cage I included a fuzzy sleeping tent. I had no idea if he was actually using it or not, because he always wakes up before I do; but Monday morning, I slept all the way through to my alarm and realized Dizzy wasn't making noise in his cage, waiting to be let out. I pulled the sheet off and had a split second panic attack because I couldn't see him in the cage at all - until I noticed the long red tail feathers poking out the end of the fuzzy tent. He didn't move or make a sound until I tugged on his tail feathers, wherein he immediately poked his head out the other end all "What? A guy can't get five more minutes?"
And it was pretty much the cutest thing ever.
There are three firms that work on the floor that my dad's firm is on. One is a two-man team that just broke off of my dad's firm. They're very used to using the assistants in the office to do their filing and such, but one of them is such an asshole that as soon as they formed their own firm all of us were like "Oh good, we don't have to deal with them anymore." But since they do still need administrative help, I've been hired to do part time work for them (about 5-7 hours a week) at an additional income of $20 an hour (which is slightly more than my normal hourly rate). As a consequence, I will end up staying later or coming in earlier more often so as not to affect my salary, but hey, extra cash is extra cash. I will gladly come in an hour early to the tune of an extra $100 a week.
I got my shipping notice for my copy of Star Trek. While I'm slightly annoyed that I don't have it NOW THIS INSTANT, I'm willing to wait for the sake of the discounted price I paid for it.
My mom has decided she wants to see more movies in theaters, a result of which is that I get to see more movies in theaters. We saw Coco Before Chanel on Sunday, which was pretty much brilliant, and tonight we're going to see An Education. I've also been holding weekly movie nights, the goal of which is to bring films most people haven't seen before, and so far it's a resounding success. Our roster so far:
The Slipper and the Rose
A Boy and His Dog
Night of the Hunter (which I'd seen! Did Seth show me this? I don't remember!)
I've got Saving Face on the backburner, and my mom gave me a pamphlet with cult films on it from the library, so undoubtedly movie nights will only get more interesting.