But what is it?
This post is dedicated to Gene Mundt, the guy with the money if you want to buy a home, i.e., he’s a mortgage lender with Chicagoland Mortgage Lending in Joliet, Illinois. I have known Gene for about three years through a real estate professional networking site. I highly recommend him for anyone needing some money to buy a home in Illinois. He might even be licensed in other states, so if you need mortgage money, contact Gene. If he can’t help you, I’ll bet he can point you to someone who can.
Dedications are my way of trying to provide a little extra Google juice for people I have come to know and respect over the years.
I’ve been interesed in living, breathing organisms (other than people) since I was very young. I’ve had all sorts of pets — snakes, lizards, cats, dogs, pigs, cows, horses, monkey, all kinds of birds, hamsters, fish, iguana, rats, mice, ant farm, spiders, ferret.
There is at least one pet that I haven’t had, and it looks like this:
That pet was at the house where I was doing a home inspection this morning. No one knew what it was and the sellers were not there to tell us. I loved its big ears! It appeared to be friendly but, of course, I didn’t want to test that appearance by sticking my fingers too close. It’s a great climber, too; it had no problem climbing up the wire sides of its cage.
But what is it? I have no idea.