In short, I happened upon her blog and read it religiously and comment when its worthwhile – and of course because she’s such an awesome blogger, its always worthwhile. So I got flamingoed (its all very logical).
Here is my flamingo.
In turn she asks that I flamingo my supportive blogger friends and so I have elected my chosen few.
[As an aside I think Australia is the only continent that doesn’t actually have native flamingos, so what are the chances that you would be flamingoed by an Australian girl with no native flamingos? I know. If this isn’t a sign from the heavens to purchase a lottery ticket, I really don’t know what is.]
Without any further ado…
Carrie, at A Sassy Redhead – Shes hilarious and she comments on all my posts – she might well be the perfect woman (and she’s currently single boys, so line up)!
UnknownCystic – He’s deep thinking, reflective and funny, and he manages it all while living next a gun-toting neighbour. He deserves an award for that alone!
Eleanor from How The Hell Did I End Up Here? – The kind of woman I hope to be when I’m a little older. Fun, energetic, full of fascinating stories and gorgeous!
I know I have so many more friends that I have met recently, and please don’t think I don’t appreciate you all!
Thank you to Kana for the awesome idea, and I do hope that now your flamingo has gone global, your fame doesn’t change you.🙂
Onto other news…
If you follow me on twitter, you know that I jalk. A jalk is a term I have coined that describes the hour + that I spend jalking (jogging + walking) around the beach, almost every day. (And by almost every day, I mean twice a week on a good week.)
It basically means I jog for a while – until my eyes are seeing double, my lungs feel like someone cut through them with a blunt spoon, the sweat has stuck my hair to my neck and my shirt to my back, and my feet no longer face in the direction in which I am headed – then I start to walk. (This typically happens after a credible 40 to 50 seconds of jogging.)
At this point, I walk for a while, and when I have determined that I am not in fact, going to die, I start to jog again and the cycle continues.
Jalking. And yes, it really is as awesome as it sounds.
Anyway, it really is beautiful where we live and often I will see whales or dolphins out playing in the ocean, and so I thought it would be cool to take along my iphone and take pictures of the path I take on my jalk, to give you an idea of what I see and experience. These were taken last Wednesday.
I hope you enjoyed a peek into life in coastal Australia, and for one last treat, I will leave you with a photo I took last year from the vantage point of a whale playing out in the ocean – I had my zoom camera with me, sadly I cant get anything decent with the iphone.
- It’s Official….You’ve been Flamingoed! (seraphim6.wordpress.com)