However, since living in the subtropics again, I’ve made my peace with them and them with me…I think. They seem to know the car (they don’t
hassle hustle any others) and wait politely around the car, waiting for the next bit of [chicken/fries/bread] aimed at each of them individually - to be sure everyone gets a fair share. When they’re full, they move on and clean their beaks. No greed, unlike the seagulls.
What’s in my bag? | Weekly edition
It’s the mid-semester break this week, so I don’t need to carry much. As expected, I’ve been using almost every opportunity to take out my new Proenza Schouler PS1 crossbody “wallet” (in Rip Tide), which doesn’t pack much, but it’s just enough for a little shopping or a beach walk. It’s still hot in South-East Queensland while the rest of Australia gets cooler, so my scarves are still in hibernation, but at least the lightly tinted sunglasses are out and about.
Details in the tags or under other #whatsinmybag
2/100: Healthy starts
Starting each day with cardio and strength training followed by something healthy. Today: breakfast of mandarin, yoghurt, gluten-free muesli and Japanese green tea on the balcony. It may not be my dream breakfast, but the after effects are obviously more positive, meaning, happy, I guess!