21. ice fairy/ cave troll
Conservation Biology and Biodiversity
indecisive about everything
questioning myself again, pouring salt into my own wounds
but despite it all i’m still pretty happy these days
mommin’ it up like 1999
no pet left behind, no belly left un-scritched
i don’t even know how to breath or think straight when i think about how depressed my mum is and how i can’t do anything about it. it’s the most sickening feeling.
Today i did triage/assesment with my supervisor and it was so amazing. My 10 hour shift literally flew by. I got to help patch up 2 painted turtles from shell fractures, as well as stitch up coelomic membrane tissue! We also did a bunch of x-rays and tube-feedings. On a sad note we also euthanized a goose, 2 rabbits, a warbler, a sparrow, and a snapping turtle but their injuries were super severe.
Skeleton Lake, Muskoka.
Every object in that cabin has been etched into my memory.
(Source: Flickr / louise-c)
I would really like to swim to the bottom of skeleton lake. There is a pile of rocks maybe 40 ft from the dock. I used to pretend it was a castle for the fishes and the loons. I’d hold my breath and try and touch as many of the rocks as i could, but i hated the feeling of intense pressure on my ears underwater so i’d scramble back to the surface and try and catch my breath. I’ve never been a strong swimmer. The water is always jade and serene in my memories.
Dead #throwbackthursday #ahahah