No, I'm talking about reptile visitors who are often seen perched atop one of my couches, sunning themselves and feeling right at home. These however tend to be small Eastern Skinks (about 15-20cm long) that live in the damp course around the house and they're very handy for eating fallen corpses around skirting boards. Which I appreciate because it means I don't have to deploy the Dyson crevice tool.
I'm a chronic bring-the-outdoors-in person and have every damn window and door open in the fine weather.) I'm pretty accustomed to the odd magpie flapping stupidly in the corner. I had a bat in the shower once. Yesterday however, I had a rather larger visitor who decided to wander in through the open French doors. A particularly handsome Blue Tongued Lizard.
|Don't you dare go behind that cabinet!|
|Or turn around and go under the filing cabinets!|
|Such a disobedient reptile, nobody ever listens to me|
|Ah turning tail and heading outside|
|Ah a little sun before departure|
|Finally out on the patio and being ushered into the bushes. The leaf is about 5cm long.|