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Life in July 2020
Well, I thought July was pretty meh like the rest of 2020, but I’m gonna be a bit ‘glass half full’ right now and share some cool things that happened, even if they were small things.
I save both a turtle and a tiny lizard. The turtle was saved from the road and the tiny lizard was saved from the dogs I was dog sitting.
In our apartment complex, we have two new residents. We’re pretty lucky and have a wide variety of wildlife despite not really being near the country. We have tons of geese (including super cute goslings), rabbits, squirrels a plenty, hummingbirds. I’ve also seen a pair of foxes once. Well, we now have a resident groundhog. That I’ve quickly named Bill Murray. He’s very active and graces us with his majesticness several times a day. We also have a bobcat now. Well, we only saw him one day (twice) so maybe just passing through but still cool.
I dog sat for a repeat client that has two precious dogs.
Made a very, very quick pitstop in Montgomery, Alabama. Timely reflection on the current affairs in my country. Also, Montgomery is very eery when there are no people around.
I made friends with some goats. Enough said.
And, I read a whole lotta books. Including some old favorites and some new favorites. You can check out my other site if you’re into reading.
Where Was I Featured in July 2020
I wrote about alcoholic jokes, quarantine, and PTSD for The Doe.
Ashley Hubbard is a blogger and freelance writer based in Nashville, Tennessee focusing on sustainability, travel, veganism, mental health, and more. Passionate about animal rights, sustainable travel, and social impact, she seeks out ethical experiences whether at home or on the road. She shares these experiences on her website, wild-hearted.com.
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