Re: Woma Python Problem... (She hates me...)
Feeding her inside her enclosure is best. There is a widespread myth that taking them out to feed reduces your chances of getting bitten but this has largely been disproven.
I wait until my snakes eat 4 times before I start to interact with them beyond spot cleaning, watering and feeding. They need that time and privacy to acclimate and become comfortable in their new homes. It's a pain to have to wait but you'll have a happier, healthier snake for it.
ETA: Using a hook is supposed to indicate to your snake that this is a handling event, not a feeding event.
0.1 Woma Python, 2.2 Ball Pythons, 1.0 Western Hognose, 6.3 Corn Snakes, 1.0 Apricot Pueblan x Nelson's Intergrade Milk Snake, 0.1 Mexican Milk Snake, 2.2 Black Milk Snakes, 1.1 California Red-Sided Garters, 1.2 Trans-Pecos Rat Snakes, 1.2 Russian Rat Snakes, 0.0.1 Cape House Snake