Thursday, March 12, 2009

I'M LEAVING HOME.....

The magpies, butcher birds, happy jacks, noisy minors, more noisy than usual who do at times squabble woke me up from blissful slumber, night duty last night, and I know the drill.
The snake alarm all the birds looking at me and then staring...all I have to do is follow the direction of their beaks....WELL Slytherian has been away all summer and arrived back for the winter hibernation...

I am NOT impressed as towards the end of last year the python was trying and trying to access the house and kept the doors and windows tightly shut and now the serpent has found a loose piece of roof from the high winds....Hamish you have a lot to answer for....



and I have a fireplace with a chimney access to the roof...this is the end I can no longer sleep and imagine my nightmarish nights.....monster dreams....
am at a loss for words, the sheds are not good enough for the damn thing any more....next time I locate her if I ever do she is gone gone gone....Ugh preferably not here...

the mice they can dance in the hallways but am not having her living in the house with me...
have to get onto a wildlife person and she will have to go to a reptile park. Very brave butcher bird swooping when the only bit remaining is the tip of her tail, too late, too late...THE CHEEKY MONSTER!!! I feel sick and would like a little lie down .....in a motel or the horse float or shed perhaps.

FOR SALE......Furry vermin free house....no possums, rats or mice guaranteed. I am not joking....I had been looking at a block of land nearer an equestrian centre where I could use the facilities....was thinking about it and I am thinking this is a sign to move out.

6 Comments:

Blogger diane said...

Well that will certainly give you insomnia, poor lizzy. Is he/she in the ceiling space now? OOOOh scary!Call the snake catcher.

March 12, 2009 at 7:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

omg you poor thing. i would die if i saw that very large snake going into my roof. omg again. snakecatchers sounds like a good idea, if indeed you have them in your part of the country. they are on speed dial at my place. hope you find it a new home soon. Fran

March 12, 2009 at 8:09 PM  
Blogger whiteangel said...

Oh my goodness, would not like to be in your shoes even though the snake will not do a great deal of harm. It's the thought of it! Birds are lovely but they do make a mess and noise early in the mornings.

March 13, 2009 at 12:18 AM  
Blogger Cliff Ape said...

That would be enough incentive to get me to move to New Zealand or Ireland.

March 13, 2009 at 2:48 AM  
Blogger mandy said...

Yeah I would be moving too if I had that living in my house....Oh the nightmares I can see them now...lol

March 14, 2009 at 9:58 AM  
Blogger Lizzie's Insomnia said...

I have settled down as had been a little worried about the whereabouts of that particular python...she disappears in summer and comes back for an autumn feast before hibernation which looks may be in my roof.....She was out last night and could not return through the hole as had lumps all along her body cleaning out the sheds, so she absailed down the roof and disappeared into the gutter...quite a sight seeing her sliding down the roof. I took some photos of her trying to negotiate under the loose sheet of iron on the roof.

I am on the lookout for her underfoot and am a little jumpy, as long as she does not decide the house would be nice and cosy for the winter....

March 15, 2009 at 8:12 PM  

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