There is an alert for coyotes where I live (the exact street I live off of). I knew there were foxes in my area but coyotes. I’m the only person in this house that comes home late. I always gets scared that a raccoon is in the bushes by my house’s front door, now I have to worry about coyotes too.
That’s just great.
Its kind of unlikely for a coyote to bother you. After working in an Emergency Animal clinic for a while now, I’ve seen a few coyotes (as well as some other weird animals that shouldn’t be in maryland at all .. come on .. a Wallabee?!? but i digress) even if you’re bit by a rabid animal - you will be fine, all you’ll have to do is get a series of shots over the course of a month. One of the signs of a rabid animal is if animals that are usually active at night start becoming active during the day (we just did all this “rabies awareness” crap at work lol) .. so if you see a raccoon wandering during the day - then be a little worried. At night, however, you don’t have much to worry about.
I’m proud of myself for setting a goal, sticking to it, and achieving it. Well .. not quite yet.. but in 9 days I will have achieved my monthly goal. I don’t think anyone can take that satisfaction away from me.
If anyone is inspired by my twisted version of a 365 project .. because its not to take pictures .. its to improve myself .. one month at a time. January has been a month of saving money and really differentiating between my needs and wants. Because I was constantly shopping, and by constantly I mean if I wasn’t in a physical store my online shopping cart would be full and my credit card info is saved on every site I regularly shop, I felt like everything was a need. I NEED this jacket, I need these shoes, I need this top in every color. I don’t need any of that. My closet currently overflows, do I really need to buy anything else? no… if anything .. I need to donate some stuff .. but I wear all of it, thats the odd part. I do laundry every 2 months lol Anyways, after not shopping for the past 22 days, I can honestly say that shopping is slightly addictive. I feel sad, I buy something. I feel happy, I buy something. Healthier than emotional eating but more detrimental to my bank account.
After 22 days of not shopping, my bank account says that my net worth has gone up over 400%. The pie graph shows pretty much only gasoline and monthly bills. :) I wonder what I’m going to try for Feb.