Australia sounds so exotic, but very dangerous. Hey, I suppose I can't talk...the more our city pushes into the country, we have wild animals attacking. We have the humboldt squid, many poisonous snakes, and black widow spiders. ::shudder:: But, you've got the right idea -- the general rule is that if you treat the wildlife with respect, it should leave you alone!
The really scary animal I think of is off the AU coast -- the microscopic jellyfish!
(OK whatevergirl, I watch too much Discovery and National Geographic as well!)
It's a wonderful day, a warm sunny day, blue skies.
Mass and Confession, then I reponded to prayer Intentions until Dean woke. When he woke I made us coffee and massaged his aching back as he has pain every day, arthritis.
I hope you are well not aching today, and I hope you feel well.
Please God you'll have a wonderful weekend with your husband at home with you. God bless you...Trishie
I promise that the very day I land in your neck of the woods, I will bring you roast beef sandwiches! And if you're ever up my way, you have a room to yourself and I"ll give you the grand tour of our national capitol. Deal?
Trishie, I love your pic. Your smile shows your warmth, and your dedication to Christ and His church body shine through in your posts. Thank you for being my friend and remember that I pray for you and yours nightly. Love, Miserissima