You Gots to be Lying, An #Anhinga in Laurinburg, NC?

The day before I saw the majestic Anhinga on the campus of Saint Andrews College at the lake there I did a whiny post about how my hometown of Laurinburg did not offer much in the way of birds because of its limited topography and monoculture.

Well dog!

The ANhinga!

I know my son sent me this bird.

My Angel son was an artist and loved drawing in black and grey and white. Such a bird would have been a welcome render for him. The day before this was hard for me. And the bird made a strange sound when it landed as though it needed me to know it was there.

I choose to believe this was a Sign from Heaven. And it was a comfort.

Published by Christy Hyman (spatialhuman6)

Historical Geographer, digital humanist, truth-seeker, mother, activist, advocate

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