I know it has been a long time since I posted so the following posts will be an update on what has happened since February.
After I graduated I worked with at my old job as a part time graphic designer. They let me work while I searched for jobs, which was really nice of them. Well, I found a sweet job doing graphic design for a scrapbooking company, which is about a 2 minute drive from where I live. I couldn't be more blessed.
During my last week at work my boss was telling me about a commercial they were going to shoot and how they needed to find a ferret. My ears perked up and was glad to offer my ferret services for a commercial shoot.
However, they wanted a "traditional" looking ferret, aka not a white ferret like Frido, so they went to the pet store and purchased one knowing they wouldn't be able to return it. On the day of the shoot Pat and I brought Frido to work as an understudy, incase the other ferret got camera shy.
That day I found my calling in life as a "Ferret Tamer." I spent the whole day taking both ferrets on walks, getting them familiar with the set and actors, and helping shoot the commercial.
The commerical was a success after multiple scenes and shots. My company knowing they wouldnt be able to return the ferret for a refund offered me the new ferret I discovered I have a major problem—whenever someone offers me an animal my brain turns off and I automatically say "Yes" without thinking. So that day we came home with one more ferret.
After a weekend of potty training and trying to keep track of two ferrets I broke down and needed to find a new home for our new little ferret. It was fun to see Frido and her play but I couldn't handle how I felt like I was living in a Zoo. We found a friend of a friend who already had a ferret and was looking for another one. Everything turned out great, thank goodness. It was fun while it lasted, but once again Frido is the only child.