Yeesh, I couldn't do 7 days a week. But then, the structure of my degree is quite different. Unlike the science degrees my friends are doing, which have a lot of contact hours and not too much outside work, I have very few contact hours and a heck of a lot of work to do outside of class.
Well, Hyde had his bandage removed this morning. The swelling has gone down and the wound looks really good. Only minor bleeding. The vet is keeping him in for the day to monitor it and his behaviour towards the stitches. That's what she says, anyway. I know she just wants to cuddle him all day. ;) The vet staff love him. I'm going to buy them all some chocolate.
I had a lovely cuddle in bed with Hyde today. He is sleeping in my room in the hospital cage at the moment, and I woke up at about 0430. He was making noise and fidgeting around, so I turned the light on and noticed a fair amount of poo in the cage. I took him out and put him on his towel in my bed to clean it up, but when I'd finished he looked so comfortable that I didn't want to move him. Besides, the room was freezing cold and my bed was nice and warm, and I was worried that he wouldn't stay warm with no other rats to snuggle with. So he snuggled with me instead, curled up in my arms whilst I slept, until about 8. :D It was like having a little space heater under the duvet with me. He is so gorgeous.
Busy morning this morning - chiropractor appointment, then straight to the vet, then straight to uni to return some library books, then to my work office where I picked up loads of balloons and was given a fairy job for a wedding, then to feed the cat I am sitting, then finally back home.
Tonight I have to pick up Hyde, then the aquarium society committee meeting, then youth group. I'm trying to make a Green Lantern out of balloons for a friend who lent me some comics. :)