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So, the ball python I was going to get was no longer available. So, I'm back on the hunt... I've found two that I liked and am going to figure out if they're available and good for me, soon.
I'm not sure if I told you, but my uncle is in town. I don't think I've ever talked about him. He's my mom's brother in law. He's one of my uncles that I'm close with.
Well, I was discussing with my mom about what ball python to get and my uncle basically starts to test whether I'm making a good decision. He's searching how big they get, what they eat, how aggressive they apparently can be... My mom then got pissy about, "Oh, I don't want a snake that big.." Just saying, ball pythons aren't dangerous. I think he just heard python and thought, "danger". I got annoyed with him but after I explained, he took my side. My mom started to say, "yeah, let's just get a corn snake". I told him that a ball python is a step-up from a corn snake and that there were no reasonable prices for corn snakes where we lived. So, we'd be paying like $90 for a corn snake, $70 for a terrarium, $25 for hideouts, $25 for fake plants, $15 for bedding, etc. That kind of adds up... Around $250. My mom just expected that Zeppelin and another corn snake would for surely get along.. And uhm, if they don't? Yeah, that's over $100 of getting it another habitat. We should just get a ball python and his things for under $150. It's a better deal and it's what I actually want.
So when my mom thought she'd just outnumber me, and said, "So, don't you think a corn snake would be better?" my uncle said, "Well, I think Bri is right. She wants to move up from a corn snake and it'd cost less. If you get a corn snake, you'd have to buy all the things for him and it'd cost about double more than the ball python." Something along those lines. So, I will be getting a ball python. We just need to find which ball python will work best for me.
I might know tomorrow...
She is the bigger one :)
"Some days life is all about your dreams, hopes and visions for the future. But there are some days where life is just about putting one foot in front of the other. And that's okay."