Day 20: First Fish

A few have been asking when I am going to fish.
Well, I got my first fish today.
A flying fish nogal. 🤣
Such a wee lad. I am unsure if he flew here or if a wave dumped him. I did pop him back into the water, and I am sure he swam off.
I got caught off guard when the kids skipped the pool today. Even after an enticing cup of coffee, they refused. Hope they are not up to any mischief.
Conditions today varied, from big rain squalls to light winds and a calm sea. The seawater was a lot warmer than the air, so those splashes over the side were not that unwelcome for a change.
As for Patriot Pete, what can I say? The poor fella looks like he is about to have a heart attack, and there is another day of cricket 🏏 to go.
Phillip, a South African teacher in Vietnam, reached out asking if we could have a live chat with his class. He told them what I was doing, and they want to know more. Can’t wait to chat with them.
If you are in a similar position and would like me to chat with your class or group, feel free to reach out and let’s see what we can put in place to inspire someone. 🎙
I want to say thank you for all the support thus far with your comments, ❤ and 👍. Please keep them coming and encourage your friends to join the tribe.
Yesterday I got a notice that another full smile had been donated. I was pleasantly surprised to see it was our next-door neighbour. How awesome of them. Thank you! 🙏
To those of you fortunate enough to have been able to donate towards the charity Operation Smiles SA, a standing ovation for you. 👏
Kind souls, each one of you.
Co-ordinates: -21.482400° latitude, 0.173870° longitude
Breakfast: skipped
Food: butter Chicken & noodles
Junk: mint toffee
Great-winged Gadfly Petrel swooped by and gave a great show of zigs and zags