My Rambling Musings
Just a simple little blog that I'll hopefully have time to keep updated. :) Hope you, the reader, don't mind how mundane the posts will be.
Ok,... yes,... I stink as a blogger! lol I get busy with life and forget about anything. Interesting too that recently my site was hit again. There isn't really much reason to take this site down unless someone isn't wanting certain names to show up when their names are Googled.
My reef aquarium is doing AWESOME by the way!! I have five fish now, two shrimp and numerous snails and hermit crabs. In addition, I have both soft and stony corals.
The fish I currently have are:
- Two BEAUTIFUL Oscellaris clownfish
- Dragon goby
- Bluespotted watchman goby
- Dot-and-dash flasher wrasse
- Tiger pistol shrimp
- Coral banded shrimp
I know I've promised pictures and I will be sharing some soon but in the meantime, how about a video or two instead? LOL This video shows my watchman goby and I think the pistol shrimp makes his appearance. My clownfish had to get some screen time as well.
Still looking... yep... unfortunately. My hubby has tried to contact his boys since his ex took off to Florida with them but she has blocked him every which way from contacting them. It's really too bad :( They deserve to know him. They are missing out so much as is he of them. I know he thinks of them constantly, there's no doubt about that.
I think I have found one of them on Facebook but she has blocked him from receiving any messages and I'm sure that she has his password too that if hubby went to add him to his friends that she'd block him and Craig would never know. :(
So,... Craig & Chris... if you are googling your names, I hope this page pops up and you will know how much your Dad loves you and how much he would LOVE to be able to talk to you and see you. If you google his name, you can find his Facebook profile. Send him a message. :)
Well, today ended up being the day. The day I ended up getting to Inland Aquatics to get stuff for my nano reef. I had SO wanted to go on yesterday but I just could not get up the energy to get ready to go down there. I had to go to Terre Haute today though anyway to pick up a prescription that I needed.
So,.... after picking up my prescription and grabbing a bite to eat with hubby, we headed to Inland Aquatics to pick out some stuff.
What I ended up purchasing was:
- a fighting conch snail
- a limpit snail
- a bumblebee snail
- two different mushroom corals (single heads)
- button polyps
- pulsing xenia
- a firefish
I'll try to link photos or videos to the different items that we purchased later on. The frags (coral fragments) that we bought are quite small so not much to show off right now. Can't wait until they start propagating in the tank though!