Elizabeth gave me a place challenge for this month ‘somewhere you can get a birds eye view.’ I was thinking about high places in Brisbane as I sat on the grass today, when I realised I had a birds eye view of something right where I was. An entire world of ants were crawling around right underneath my nose and I could see everything right from where I was.
NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR HILL RESIDENTS
A much needed chocolate wrapper landed yesterday. The colossal site has provided hundreds of jobs for local sugar miners and economants are saying it will give a much needed boost to the hill economy. Investor and Queen Ant, Candice Newsome, commented this morning claiming, “Packet Mining is the future for Hill, if we continue to fund these projects and take advantage of wrappers we might become as strong our neighbouring Bin Colony.”
But not everyone is happy with this explanation.The colony’s Envirantmentalist Group have slammed her, releasing a statement that called the wrapper site “a quick fix” for an ongoing problem. “Our Larva are starving because we have forgotten how to live off the land, depending on wrappers is unsustainable and unhealthy,” the statement concluded.
Whilst wrapper mining law remains controversial, one thing is for sure, many hungry Larva will be fed tonight.
2 Replies to “Antics on the Hill – Day 133 – Grass”
I utterly love this!
Sue Wright| Tiny Owl Workshop| email@example.com @tinyowlworkshop
Beautiful, Freya – always a joy to read your work. Thanks so much for sharing!