I was driving along the countryside, on my way home and spotted three deer eating grass. As I stopped on the side, rolled my window down and yelled “Hey Bambi,” the middle deer quickly lifted his head up and gave me this “Who are you” stare. A truck was not too far behind me and I gave the truck driver a signal to pass me, in order to try and take another photo of the three deer but as soon as he passed by, the deer ran away. They are such sweet and innocent animals. The woods, grass, OH DEER!
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Sometime late last week, I overheard a conversation with some college students who were discussing with each other about a man who will be eaten alive by anaconda by wearing a “snake-proof” suite, which will include a breathing apparatus and a rope tied to his ankle after he is inside the snake and yank him out. That blew my mind out of the water. Who would ever think of being inside an anaconda for one minute and still be alive? There are so many questions that need to be answered, especially if he or the crew is forcing him to be shoved down the anaconda’s throat and see what happens while he is in there for a minute or so. And I agree with a lot of people, anacondas squeeze their prey to death before they even consider gobbling their food.
I dislike snakes, including the largest snakes that are ginormous enough to eat a human being, but I am asking here: how will the man be yanked out of the snake if the snake will not disgorge him even though a rope will be attached to his ankle? Surely, you cannot force a snake to vomit its own meal?
Maybe I expect too much from myself, but it seems as if each time I post a status on Facebook or post something on here, no one seems to comment on my blog or receive less likes. I don’t expect anything more or less, but I wonder why: are my topics too broad or are they less interesting? I love to be receiving advice from people that give me constructive criticism that can help me in the long run.
I know this is a blog and I don’t mean to rant to start an argument, but I love to hear different perspectives about what I need to improve on or what topics I should be posting on here, instead of taking photos of landscape.
What struggles have you noticed that I can work on? Are there any subjects I can add on here that are off topic, such as: politics, education, etc?