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18 October 2012 @ 07:21 pm
 
I've been frustrating myself to no end with resumes and the lot, but I just took a break to go through the Orlando pictures from lash_larue's camera.

I think Lash has taken what is now my favourite photo of me, ever.



It reminds me of the woman I could grow to be. A little (in stature, and naught else) Grubbly-Sprout figure watching in adoration and awe as an alligator ambles by. Also, yes, it's still Florida despite the suit, I assure you. I just enjoyed dressing up for dinner; that night I wore a rainbow tie for a flair of queer eccentricity.

And as for the gator, zir suit required no embellishing:


I didn't ask for zir permission, but ze didn't seem particularly shy and outwitted a few 'gator wranglers, so I don't think ze would really mind the international fame.


For size comparison, although the tail wasn't up. I watched this beauty until ze was completely around the bend (as I have occasionally been accused of myself).

That's all for this narcissistic post. Alas, back to the grindstone with me. I hate resumes. I hate writing introductory emails, too. Especially to an editor of scientific literature. *shrinks*

ETA: I hope you don't mind my posting these, Lash! If you do I'll gladly take them down and apologise profusely!
 
 
 
tt: I can't even think straighttwisted_twister on October 23rd, 2012 02:30 pm (UTC)
You look amazing here.

The only thing that I've noticed about these pics is how close all those houses are. I'm not sure I'd feel at ease with other holiday-ers living so close by. And the lawn is so well kept, too. Very organised, compared to what we have here.
Kiwi Crocus: Nature || Clump of crocuses.cranky__crocus on November 8th, 2012 11:19 pm (UTC)
Thank you, dear! ♥

The lawns were definitely very kept. I imagine, beyond just being a good idea for holiday goers thinking it's a well-kept area, that it's best to keep surprise alligator attacks down. Other surprise critters, too; there are a number there.

I know that in my hometown I'm used to houses quite far apart with woods in-between. After spending time in England, though (and now in Providence), I'm quite used to houses being a lot closer than that and even attached. So it felt just fine to me! It was nice that there weren't many other renters around us throughout the week; we didn't have to worry about the 10pm 'quiet-time' as much!