I wrote a post about my cross suburb road-trip to the polling booth to vote early on a Monday that the Queensland Premier advised residents to stay in their suburbs ... unless you had to go out and vote that is, for that coming weekend council elections -
"Queenslanders have been advised to “stay in your state, stay in your suburb” but by-elections and council elections will still go ahead."?!
|Guess who's not getting my vote come this October?-)|
Not that I knew Bindi would be getting married there that day though.
I had a sleepless night on Sunday and had awoken feeling like s#!t on Monday morning, plus I had forgotten to set my alarm clock and woke up too late to make a decent start to spend the time I would need to explore the zoo at a leisurely pace.
The forecast for Tuesday was potential rain, so I planned to put the zoo trip off until Wednesday, which in hindsight turned out to be an excellent choice, and the last day that the zoo would be open to the public, because of the Covid 19 virus rules enforced by the government.
Guess Where I Was Today?
|The polling booth was located in Cronulla Court, which I was happy about:-)|
|The football team I have MADly supported for nearly my whole life|
But what I forgot was that I wasn't living in her local council division anymore, and when I was walking into the polling booth it became obvious that the woman I was going to cast my vote for wasn't in my division anymore and I was going to have to come up with a "Plan B" quickly.
There were only two people I knew anything about in this division, one was the dinosaur lady who seemed to like the colour teal (or knew that was a popular marketing colour more like it;-) and seemed to model herself off Teal Swan.
his restaurant's Facebook page pictured below:-)
I voted for
Eyes of the World: A New Mouse Pad in the Year of the Rat?
|Teal's green eye|
|My green eye;-)|
And another thing I don't recall seeing before is all of the dinosaurs scattered throughout Australia Zoo.
And there are heaps of them.
And to be honest I was kind of glad these things were wiped from the face of the Earth in that extinction event.
You have no idea how relieved I was (nearly literally;-) when I realized that the lizard was made of fiberglass and not flesh:-)
Magick, Coincidence, Synchronicity and Lizards?
|This one on my path was flesh, but I could handle it-)|
And with everything grinding to a halt across the planet I couldn't help thinking that 'Extinction RebelLION' would be roaring their asses off with laughter that a Corona-virus could achieve what they couldn't, by stopping the planes flying and the fossil fuels burning as much as they had been lately.
No More Dancing in the Streets ... for a While?
And talk about irony, if not a bit of synchromysticism with the co-founder of ER Julian Roger Hallam being born on
Star Wars Day (May the 4th, 1966), and fellow co-founder
Gail Marie Bradbrook being born the day before
May Day (born 30 April 1972).
May Day would be 'The Next Day' after Gail's birthday, I guess?-)
|Well, that's one event not happening on May Day now;-)|
|Did someone mention May the 1st;-)|
|Can't say I would miss a few Reptilians from the planet either;-)|
|Steve might have liked these creepy creatures, but I certainly don't!|