Look at that cute poochy belly! (…and his fruit & veggie smoothie upon his lippies)
…Do you know what it’s like to unhook 2 hands and 2 feet of claws from such a spot? As soon as I got 2 appendages out and freed, one went right back in because Murph’s heading back to the window every second I spend getting him away! He knows what he wants!!
“Man, I love this wall!!!” …he’s excited about the new room. His pitter-patter is too cute upon this carpet!! He nearly runs to explore in here. I would have gone funky with maybe a purple or white shag carpet because I do not like ordinary, but the room will not be dull when I’m done sprinkling my unusual decor & lighting here and there. We don’t want carpet to pull the eye away from cool oddities 🙂 Murph may agree but we haven’t talked about it. There is no way his hands and feet could make the sound they do on a different weave! Murph will like it even when there’s less floor space.
“What are you looking at?”
“Yes Mommy, I’m listening!”
He is nearly falling from this pillow. He did a 180 degree turn, then belly-crawled backwards until he reached an acceptable level of desired verticalness!! Below is the flip side of him, his dangling leg of cuteness:
Lil’ Murph was in this position for hours not long ago. You may not be able to tell, his eyes are closed not from sleepiness this time, but from boredom, with a trace of disappointment because he spent all of 2 minutes outside today. I need to give him a better day tomorrow.
“Give me lizardry or give me Death!” -Dawn Renee♥
Who is the cutest one of all?
…with fruit and veggie smoothie on his lippies…
…this guy, whom ran toward and smacked into the grand mirror with an adorable smoothie-covered thud.
*If you didn’t know, thuds CAN be quite a cute noise. Also, this level of cute morphs [or Murph’s] lips into lippies. I do invent my own words. They make perfect sense. Also, I’m just going to add for fun, that Murph inadvertently forces me make stupid noises. Sometimes I scoop him up from here or there and this bizarre noise happens. I’d look around but dang it, I know it was me! Oh, these alien sounds have characteristics of speech in that syllables seem to exist, but maybe it sounds more squeaky, possibly a fairy with gas.
To my own defense, he always, always is doing cute things. Or (as seen below) maybe he’s just looking at me with his skin folds all prominet and play-withable upon his chest…that oh-so-cute wittle chest. How on Earth something spikey can be so kissable and cuddly is amazing. It, however, is not surprising to me because I know lizards, and we naturally mold together easily!
Did the Queen of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” ask the Slave of the Mirror this: “Mirror, mirror on the wall who is the fairest of them all?” or “Magick Mirror…”? Well, if you’re not familiar with the Mandela Effect, you may find an interest in this link.
Hello Beautiful!“Mommy, what is this place?”
“Perhaps one day I could say, sweet Lil’ Murph, but in a reality, you in your silent observations may know of some things better than I.”
“Hmm..peering upon oddities called mirrors appear to give to me more pillows!”‘Seeing double’ can be a good thing“Mommy I see you back there. I extra see you!”
“What do you think about that?”
“Give me Lizardry or give me Death!” -Dawn Renee ♥
Yep, he’s already pissed!
I left the state. I didn’t tell Murph, I kissed him a bunch, had him in my car with me, I woke him early to hang out with me while I did make-up and dishes. Yeah, he knew something was up. The photo above was sent by one of his care-takers.
Day 1) “Where’s my Mommy?” When I’m home & Murph’s life is balanced with me + activity + baby talk, he is content and peers out his window when he’s in his abode. That he is facing in such a way to see the living room from his cage door…. Uh oh! This is how Murph should look:Those of you who know Lil’ Murph are aware of his despair when I am away…and the lingering side effects of Mom absenteeism. I returned to our country in April after being away 14 days….he still requires hand-feedings. It took weeks of cuddles & outside time together to get him cheery & pooing with any decent frequency. I’m no pro, but I think this is not normal lizard behavior. I am not a normal human, reckon we’re a matching pair. My last sweet lizard girl also required hand feeding. Do they love me a whole bunch? Does food taste better from family hands? SighA normal person may say, “Aww, that extra chin skin is a little cute. Maybe, um, possibly. It could happen. I however, tell it to Murph thusly, “Him’s got the cutest chin poof, Yes him does!” spoken through a pucker because my instinct is to smooch the poof. Please don’t judge me.
….and the answer to the question in this photo: I’m partially home with my Murph, stressing the following: He’s not getting adequate cuddles or kisses he needs to strive (“Will you give my lizard kisses?” is not a commonly executed favor). Is he receiving care to the extent of pamperdom…and Oh my, is he mad? Sad? How long will be the redeeming of my absence of a few days? I’m soorrry! I’d take you with me if I could. I spoke to Murph via speaker phone. Oh yes, I did that.
Day 3) Home now and… Whew, My Lil’ Murph is alive and doesn’t feel to have lost any ounces in weight (this is good news for the care-taker, of whose help is appreciated:)“Yippy, I have Mommy again & she has me!”“After lunch and lovin’ Mommy filled my water dish. I don’t drink from it because I get the water I need from smoothies. Rather, this is what I do with my water.”Murph, you’re wicking water.
3 hours & 4 different water-enjoyment poses later, the water had eventually wicked out. It is time for dinner.Yeah, that’s his bib and smoothie syringe to the side. He knows what time it is when i place his cloths under his chin to catch excess smoothie.AAh, Mommy + full belly = contentment. So happy together
With my cute wittle toungue, toofers & lippies, I bid thee farewell.
“Give me Lizardry or give me Death!” – Dawn Renee♥