A spring in my step
After my last post I was thrilled to see a ‘lion eye’ post from Rob (The Photographic Journey of Bulldog). Rob is a brilliant photographer and one of the main reasons I decided to try my hand at photography. We don’t have lions in Australia so Rob added the missing piece for me from his Kalahari trip last year. Check out his blog – you won’t be disappointed with his amazing pictures.
The snake from last weeks post was
terrifying a big hit. I didn’t include the back story in the last post but I did mention it in some of my comments. I saw the snake in my bathroom five minutes before I was set to do a Skype job interview. Like a true professional I ran around the house screaming and flailing my arms until the Skype call came through.
The good news is I got the job and the job is not snake wrangler.
The job is content writer for a company who does a lot of work for not-for-profit and Government disability websites. The icing on the cake is the fact that I don’t have to leave my Writer’s Nook to do this (a huge bonus when you live way out in the bush).
Yesterday’s dog walk was interesting because I could clearly see the waxing moon in the early afternoon.
I heard a noise above and saw a strange tree I’ve never noticed before. It’s a Redgum that has been taken over by some kind of Strangler Fig. It’s beautiful, but looks like something out of a horror movie.
Have a great week!