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This big baby finally got finished last night. It has taken approximately 3mths to finish 😳 but worth it... I always love the stories/messages & insight that comes from painting these..... it is now listed online on #bluethumb you can find the link in my bio or it can be viewed and purchased at the @artisansbythebay pop up shop this week. **yes I know I said I was out for the year, but unfortunately adulting requires me to stay put for a bit longer!! That’s ok, as turtles always remind me - you are safe, you are protected, you are supported, keep going and persevere. You carry your home with you no matter where you go whether you travel the depths of the ocean or the far flung corners of the cosmos...... #watercolour#turtles#cosmicart#cosmicanimals#realism#semirealism#sacredart#soulart#intuitiveart
I can see why you'd take up snorkeling as a hobby! We got to see turtles, sting-rays, trumpet fish, sea urchins, and huge schools of fish 😄
I also can't say enough positive things about Gilmer, our guide. He was a cheerful local with great knowledge of the area and a very laid-back attitude. He was safe and professional, ensuring that we don't harm the reefs, the wildlife, or ourselves. I would recommend Soliman Bay Tours to anyone looking to explore the Tulum area!
Are two heads really better than one???
That might not be the case for animals born with two heads, also known as polycephaly. Interestingly, it occurs most often in turtles and in snakes, although it’s still extremely rare. Animals that have two heads often fight over prey, can’t decide which direction to go, and are more susceptible to predation.
One of my guests featured on “The Best Of” Animals To The MAX Podcast, had one he named Billy Bob; one head was Billy, the other was Bob! John, from the organization Wildlife Rockstars, recalls a time when Billy Bob got loose on the set of “Late Night with Conan O’Brian” during an animal segment!
🎧: You can listen to this story now on my website (link in bio) or on iTunes or Stitcher.
Home is where you feel safe. Where you feel you can be yourself and where you can let your guard down. We find it in our family, friends, or an apartment. Our pets or in religion. Sometimes through substances or eating. If we can offer ourselves the same support and acceptance we get from family, the same safety we feel in a house, the same meaning and belonging we feel in religion, and even the freedom and comfort we feel from substances or food, we will never be without a sense of home. You deserve to feel at home.