happy place, happy space: Critter Encounters

We had a couple of days this week when the rain stopped. The critters were as thrilled as we were to take advantage.

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Reading your Joyful Posts brings me to my happy place. I hope having them in one place makes it easier for you to find when you need a bit of happy therapy, too.

If you would like to join in, ping back to this post and I will include you next week.

26 Replies to “happy place, happy space: Critter Encounters”

    1. I think it was, in fact, both for me! Maybe in retrospect, we wouldn’t have lingered quite so long. But it was just so fascinating that it continued to hiss at us for ages – and we’ve never seen a cobra in life, so there we found ourselves … gawking.

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  1. The cobra looks menacing. Thank you for the mention. I just started hosting a weekly Weekend Coffee Share on Friday Jan. 8th. Everyone is welcome to join any week. I hope to see you there. Have a nice weekend!

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    1. You know, Laurie, although not your typical Friday Favourites, your post has so much cautious hope embued through it. There is a lesson I take from taking time out to grieve & heal, so that we can be grateful for another day.

      Yes, we did see this Cobra. And yes, we were told (after the fact) that we should have not stayed in its vicinity for so long. We will know better next time.

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    1. Very apt descriptions!
      And yes, it does look like the cobra is smiling – very deceptive …. have been told after the fact that we should not have lingered as long as we did. Ignorance is bliss … this time.

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  2. Thank you for including mine in your happy corner ☺️ and thank you for always sharing your amazing adventures that can really lift our mood and helps us to have a bright day.

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  3. Spitting Cobra – that takes me back. I won’t bore you with the details, but the finale featured three grown men getting though a narrow doorway as if by magic. We then used a hosepipe to scare it off from a safe distance.

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