Share your world – 9th June 2020

My weeks seem to be flowing much faster now, or is it just me? I feel like I only just wrote the last SYW and it’s again time for another…

Questions:

How comfortable are you speaking in front of large groups of people? It’s funny, I used to be terrified, then I forced myself to do it, and it has gotten a little easier. I still can’t say I am comfortable with it yet, but I am getting better. I do enjoy sitting on a panel or discussion group from time to time. I just never seem to know WHERE to look, so I just scan the room…sounds dumb but it seems to work. Although I have never been asked to come back twice lol. So maybe I am not that good?


What would be the best thing you could reasonably expect to find in a cave? Glow worms, fresh water? I guess it depends on if I was exploring or living in it? Pirates treasure would be awesome, but I doubt that there is a dave that hasn’t been explored, that I could physically get to it lol.


What did you think was going to be amazing but turned out to be horrible? The last AC/DC rock concert we went to. I thought this was going to be a totally awesome rock concert, but it was horrible, the noise (and it was noise) was so loud it distorted so bad you could not understand the words and I could at times barely figure out WHICH song they were playing. The venue had such bad acoustics. I know several friends who went and said the same thing. I felt totally robbed on my concert ticket price.


What’s the silliest thing you’ve observed someone get upset about? I know I should be saying it’s a long list, but I currently can’t think of anything much. The only thing is that customers at work complain their TV Remote is not working and they have to get up to change the channel, so, therefore, they can’t watch TV, send new Remote ASAP. Seriously if that’s your biggest problems right now…you’re doing well. Read a book!


Gratitude: 

Please feel free to share something that gave you an uplifted spirit during this past week.  

I am not normally a bird photographer as such, and I normally find small birds even harder to photograph (they move so quick), but after suffering a bit of cabin fever, Hubby and headed out to a local garden with our cameras. This was my first-time handholding the camera since the surgery. It was a little cold and overcast, but the birds were out. We had just had a small rain shower that morning and the dew and insects were keeping the birds very busy, I managed to get some great shots; Superb Fairy Wren, Eastern yellow Robin and New Holland Honeyeater.

With things a little crazy out in the world at the moment, stay safe…

~ Julz