Not sure how long this'll last. I get the feeling I'll eventually forget to post and just let the thread die...
Anyway, it's the 16th of March, 9:35 pm in my little sector of Illinois. Dolson, the orange dalmation veiltail, is in a 3 gallon tank. Morpheus, the crowntail of many colors and bent ventral fin, has a (hopefully) temporary home in the 1-gallon bowl I started fishkeeping with. They're both on my desk, although at least a foot of space is between them to prevent 'drama.'
Both boys got a water change today. Dol's 3-gallon got a full change, which was necessary since there was a little bit too much yuckiness. Mo got a half-change, with his next full change coming within the next couple days. They're chilling, swimming around. Mo just yawned. Earlier Dol was, I kid you not, flaring at an artist manikin I have positioned near the tank.
No biggies. They're happy. That's what matters, right?