This spectacled caiman was watching me. The zoo had a little bridge where you could walk over the water where this crocodile was waiting for the unsuspecting. He blended in so well with the water, that I thought he was perfectly camouflaged, except for that pretty green eye that watched me, while he hoped I would join him in the pool of water for dinner. When I walked away, he might have even cried some real crocodile–well, spectacled caiman tears. I’ve mentioned them in my jaguar shifter books set in Belize.
It was a great photo spot though. Most of the time I have to look through foggy, smeared glass to get a picture of them, or in very dark surroundings where little spots of light show off glimpses of them in watery caves.
Well, I finally managed 2,000 words yesterday on Billionaire, but we were having the St Patrick’s Day dinner and then I was talking to my son for an hour or so in Omaha on the phone. So didn’t get much more done.
He’s still working on his game that he plans to put out in the summer. I’m still working on a new story. I want to get about halfway done on Billionaire and then I need to also work on the Christmas story for the anthology for the end of the year. A wolf story.
The temperature dropped, wind is up, and they spotted pea-sized hail in areas surrounding me yesterday. It’s spring and unpredictable as always. But that can be fun too. Instead of just boring–the same old weather.
I planted some bell pepper seeds. Not sure if anything will come of it, but I had some bell pepper plants last year and that was fun.
I’m off to write! Hope you all have a lovely day!
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