An armadillo?? How cute!!! Strap that camera to you at all times!
I know!!! He was too cute!!! He looked up at me and stood up on his hind legs - I almost cried he was so cute!!!
Hey Jasmine, I heard on the radio here this morning that there is another Hurricane headed on the same path as your last two...have you heard anything about that? That is so weird that the storms aren't giving a break!
Noooo!!!! They were showing Hurricane "Ivan" on the news a few minutes ago....... Noooo!!!!!!
Whats with all the hurricanes? I'm really getting worried about ya'll...I saw the hurricane this morning in first period. OMG! That thing is so huge! Alot of people are coming up here to Tennessee to get away from it so all the Hotals are full...plus it is Labor Day weekend and my grandmother is in Georgia visiting my aunt. I really wish that my dad was here to go through this with us...they say that it might reach Tennessee(I live on the boarder on Tennessee and Alabama)
BTW...Jas I have my Journal fixed so you can view it if you want. :)
Man, that hurricane has been pestering us all day - there's no way we can leave our house, hehe. Nothing but howling and wind and rain for the past 24 hours.....ugh......
Welcome to LiveJournal!!!!!!!!!!! Hehe, I love your icons!! ;)
That sounds like fun!! I wish I had a bike. LoL...Of course I think if you go out biking now in AZ the tires would melt right into the ground!!!..Hehehehehe...
Yes!! You must take pictures Always!!!! Even If they are of *Gulp* Alligators..LoL
SUspending Alcohol sales? Wierd! They dont want abunch of drunk people stumbling about and passing out in pools of water...Then you have dead people all over!! Good For alligators..Baaaaaaa for people...When the waterlevels rise I bet they come inland dont they...*Gulp* You could have one in your yard!!! YIKES!!...
Well I hope all goes well for you both!!
Isn't it strange how animals seem to know what's getting ready to happen. We always watch the seagulls. When they head inland, we know something big is heading our way. :)
I hope everything turns out okay for Florida! I remember when Andrew hit. Thousands of dogs, cats and other pets were separated from their homeless families (shelters won't take pets). A group from here went down and rescued a bunch of pets and brought them back to VA. If their families couldn't be found, they adopted them out to new homes.
I hate the devastation these storms can cause. :( Be safe Jas!!!!!
I looooove armadillos! I've only seen one out in the daytime, at Fort Pickens, and I wanted to pet him so bad but I was afraid the park rangers would yell at me!
I know they sometimes stop the sale of alcohol during storms to keep people from dying of alcohol poisoning (when they've run out of drinking water), being drunk and injuring themselves or others (and no medical services can reach them), and if this were a blizzard... those who drink because of the warming sensation. Curfews, I think, are less about your safety and more about cracking down on looting.
Aren't armadillos the cutest?? Just watch out for those claws!
Aha! That would make sense!!! Lol, I'm glad I stocked up a few days ago, hehe!!!!
Hey...nothing wrong with us ex-pats!! hehe...hopefully there'll be another one here soon (hint hint David)...and both you and Matt please stay safe and sound from the storm =:=}
I can't believe you got to pet an armadillo!! That's amazing!! I agree with the first person who commented, strap that camera on you at all times!! LOL It's amazing hearing how much wildlife there is in Florida. What I mostly see up here in Maine are squirrels and chipmunks (not complaining, they're cute as hell too!) It's just so different. I've also seen a baby moose once. =) Riding with some friends somewhere, I suddenly slammed forward into my seatbelt (ouch), looked up, and sure enough, we'd stopped for a baby moose that was crossing the road! =)
I'm so sorry to hear about the storm coming . . . that's pretty scary, esp. now that you mentioned the waterlevel being so high from the last one. My home in NC was flooded when the same thing happened there (2 storms hitting right after the other). I hope everything tunrs out all right. *hugs* I'll be thinking of you!
You touched a...armad(gulp)dillo.
LOL! Yes indeed!!!
Honestly - they're more like little pigs than they are rats, hehe. They are scaly like reptiles too, but furry underneath - very odd to pet. And they help keep the insect population down =)