Batty Bits

It’s been quite a week with so much work and such that it’s been hard to find time to write. I may perhaps have too many jobs and volunteer positions, but I love them all!

I especially enjoy my Master Naturalist group and its members. I get a lot out of observing their personalities and learning their interests. Sometimes they are a bit quiet, but always in an endearing way.

Last night’s chapter meeting dealt with bats, a topic our speaker, Cindy, is very attached to. I wrote a lot about her talk in the Master Naturalist blog, so here I’ll just say I learned a few bits of information I didn’t know before, and they will stick with me.

Cindy telling us bat facts.

After the bat talk, the meeting happened. I did the secretary job again, because the poor woman who has that role just can’t make it due to family stuff. I’m happy to help her out.

The VP, Donna, gave a pep talk on how we need new officers for 2020, and they need some new faces. They need a computer literate President. I think Secretary sounds good. I have enough leadership roles! And jobs!

I figure I’m helping plenty with the blog and offering meeting space, so I’m fine. I’ll just go at my own pace and try to hit 250 volunteer hours soon. My fellow 2018 classmate, Cathy, already did that! I’m so impressed with what she’s been working on, too, the wildscape project.

Cathy, as Lisa gives her the 250 hour pin.

Enough of my batty naturalist thoughts. More to report on tomorrow. Stay tuned

Bonus spider photo. An arabesque orb weaver.

Author: Sue Ann (Suna) Kendall

The person behind The Hermits' Rest blog and many others. I'm a certified Texas Master Naturalist and love the nature of Milam County. I manage technical writers in Austin, help with Hearts Homes and Hands, a personal assistance service, in Cameron, and serve on three nonprofit boards. You may know me from La Leche League, knitting, iNaturalist, or Facebook. I'm interested in ALL of you!

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