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HOORAY!!! I am having a vervet monkey image published in a book sometime this year. It's exciting yes, and I have my dear friend Melu to thank for the opportunity. This is the first time I got a photo published all on my own! Oh hooray!! I am so excited. Of course there is the chance that this won't happen, and I'm totally cool with that. Just being recognized is an honor to me, and the fact that two TWO WHOLE PEOPLE favorite-ed my gorilla picture makes me giddy. Although it could still be the dayquil caffeine combination. Sweet Jesus. Anyways, here it is:
In a perfect world, someone from National Geographic would see this photo and give me a ring and say "hey, we need a freelancer to go out and photograph the gorillas in Rwanda. You game?" Oh Lord, I would drop everything to work at National Geographic. Maybe even my master's degree for which I have literally shed blood, tears and gallons of sweat. eeeh, maybe it's good that not too many people read this blog. ANYWAYS
Also making me giddy:
The reclamation of precious childhood memories. Bless you, YouTube.
Yes it's cheesy, yes it's 80's, but GOD ALMIGHTY it was my favorite thing on Sesame Street. Guess I was into interracial love even as a child ( ;-) that's for you Jam)
Then this and this came out and while the first remained my favorite, I wonder if the African Alphabet has been playing in my subconscious for the last 20 years. That Sesame Street. You show it to a little kid, it stays with them their whole lives. Amazing.