Soon enough, it was nighttime and I was settling into a slumber. At first I thought I was having a nightmare of those same children coming back to haunt me in my dreams, but to no avail, they were back. For real. Sigh...couldn't I just have some peace and quiet? This time, a girl picked me up and carried me across the street to where I heard even more commotion. The next thing I knew the girl and 2 young boys were putting me in some kind of a netted cage where I sat through the night.
The following morning, I was transported by some large moving machine and brought into yet a new environment. Soon, I was hearing hundreds of children's voices. Luckily, a nice lady, brought me into a quieter room. I have since learned that this nice lady is Mrs. Curtis. Turns out, she was going to bring me to her classroom to "share" with her students. However, it was quickly decided that I would become the classroom pet.
By the next day, I was moved into a new habitat that was actually quite cozy. I guess this is my new home and I pretty much think it's a safe place to be. The temperature is always the same so I never even have to worry about getting too cold at night. I might actually survive this cold Wisconsin winter weather! I have a plentiful supply of crickets, though I am getting a little bored with the taste. Perhaps they will treat me with some other insects as that is what I seem to be missing most...my large variety of food options in the wild.
Thanks for reading and check back often for updates. There has been some excitement around here since I first came and I can't wait to share that with you!