It's been own a year and a half since I last did anything journal-y, so I figured that's probably long enough for at least a small update.
Not much of interest ever really happens to me, and I've never liked being in any kind of spotlight so I tend to keep things very "on the low down" on here. Just saying.
The few main things I have to say are thus;
The last few weeks I've been dealing with a very unpleasant flu-like virus that has left me coughing and wheezing to an extent that
life has been really challenging. You wake up every half hour to cough. You can't do anything energetic because of exhaustion and again, the whole "breathing" thing. It's not wise or likely of interest to anyone to dwell on this, though at the time of writing it has gradually been improving and should be back to near normal within one more tiresome week. I tell you, people really do take good health for granted and don't ever realise until they are sick. Seems to be a way of how humans go, for the most part.
A couple of months ago now myself and some of my family went for a week long holiday to Central Australia. It was an amazing trip to be sure, I really enjoyed *almost* the whole trip (the almost is in regards to "snoring"). I'll likely throw up a few pictures from the trip / locations with a brief explanation / story of what and why, so if you have any interest that's in the pipeline so to speak.
On a more normal note I have noticed that most of my pictures - especially animal ones - are beginning to get a bit old, and a couple of people have shown an interest in some new and updated images of my pets. Given a little self motivation there should be some of that showing up in the near future as well, I already have some photos taken and in mind. So yeah, that's about all for the foreseeable future.
Have a good one and take care.
*EDIT* I recently got back from the Doctor's. Get this, of all things (and I think they are right) I am dealing with flaming WHOOPING COUGH. Apparently my immunisation has worn off - anyway, am now on antibiotics to help. THAT is a surprise