It’s been a while hasn’t it folks! I’m sorry for my lack of posting, I’ve been a tad busy. That and I had a bit of writers block.
Sure, I had ideas about posts but when it came to writing them, I’d look at the screen in fear, go to type and just draw blank.
I know, a cup of tea. That will sort me out nicely and I can get on writing the post.
One cup of tea later and the inspirational lightening bolt that I’m waiting to strike has eluded me.
Hm. Maybe tomorrow.
Before I know it, days have become weeks and I’m starting to feel frustrated.
I wrote a few posts but they just weren’t what I wanted to say and so I have decided to take a few steps back.
I used to love writing my blog because I would tell you all what I was doing with my life. It wasn’t just about having IBD and issues that arise with having it, it was about how I coped on a day to day basis with having IBD.
Some posts weren’t even related to IBD but I enjoyed writing about my life and so, that is what this post is about.
What am I doing at the moment?
Well I’m in a small town called Hervey Bay with a good friend of mine doing my regional work.
Regional work? To extend my visa for another year I have to do 3 months specified work in a certain area.
I, my friends, am working in a bamboo nursery! Day to day jobs include weeding, potting plants, moving plants and trying not to be ambushed by spiders and mozzies.
Today I found a small spider that jumped. Er, hello? As if Australia didn’t already have enough issues with their spiders, I have found one that jumps? What is with this country!!!
Being in a small town means I’m completely out of my comfort zone. Its pushing me to experience life in a different way and I am most definitely growing as a person.
Coming to Australia has been such an amazing experience for me already, I’m excited to see what the future holds.