Australia

Day out with the wolf

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Willamstown is one of my favourite part of Melbourne.
It features beautiful stretches of sand, is near the sea and home to killer fish and chips!
(try Ocean Breeze Fish and Chips: 324 Melbourne Rd, Newport, VIC, 3015)
The last time I was there, it was winter and the sky had a really intense shade of blue.

This time, and I went to visit according to the bear a tourist attraction.
The wolf of Willamstown, Lupo and his owner Vincent.

Lupo is an amazingly beautiful black German Shepard and boy is he strong.
You probably don’t get that much exercise cycling with him since he kind of pulls you along…
Like all dogs, he really enjoys the outdoors and what better place then to frolic around the dog beaches of Willamstown.

Someone once mentioned to me that I probably like and am more comfortable around animals than humans.
With beauties like Lupo, it is hard to counter that statement.

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Are we leaving now?

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Happy Lupo with the bikes

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Lupo and Vince

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Playing fetch

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Which turns into tug of war

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The wolf with the bear

Its been a while since I did an actual blog post of anything or am active on cyber space.
Life has been pretty intense of late with decisions to make, essays to write, research and lots of projects to work on.
I find myself praying to whichever God there is out there that everything will work out; or rather for wisdom that I make the right choices and for peace in my heart that I will stop worrying.
Yes, I am a pescatarian atheist that prays… Even I find myself weird half the time.

Sometimes I really wish there was a ‘guidebook to life’ to give you a black and white of what to do when you are lost.
But I guess that would make me a robot if I am given a set of instructions as to how to react when certain situations happen…

Counting down to the change that will happen but I believe it will be a good change; for both my personal growth and my craft.

Exciting times ahead!

Bonus random image:

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I found a Jellyfish on the beach! *cues fascination*

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  1. Ha, I felt the urge to sit and pray recently, too. Sometimes a long walk just is not enough to get one’s mind settled … and I never said God would not be a very comforting idea 😉

    On the other hand, there’s some comfort in that about-to-dry-away jellyfish as well. It’s all part of nature’s big cycle 🙂

    • How have you been Ruben!
      God is a comforting idea that someone would magically solve your problems for you and tell you what to do in times of trouble.
      In the end, it is still up to you to take that first step out as god can only do so much.

      Yes its weird how I stared at the jellyfish for a long while.
      Beauty in death I suppose…

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