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#JusJoJan 3: A Hawk is Not a “Servant”


It’s been a while since I did JusJoJan. It’ll probably have a lot of SoC writing but with editing allowed. So apparently the prompt is “servant,” if I’ve got this right. I could write something lofty about servant leadership. But there was a hawk in my backyard this afternoon. The hawk was not a servant. He or she is a predator. I might have seen this hawk before, eating in this same tree. This afternoon it seemed to be eating something stringy like a snake. If I wanted to be gross, I’d delve into this with a “dinner is served” take on the prompt. But never mind that or the video. I’ll stick with the prettier pictures.

It was so fascinating, I will have to work on counter stretches for my neck. The hawk stayed for about an hour and flew off in the moment when I wasn’t watching, of course. I’ll share some photos.

It doesn’t look that big here, but it’s about the same size as Mama Cat who will remain an indoor cat.

We went to a park earlier today. It was an okay park, but a little crowded since the weather was great today. Seeing the hawk was more interesting than the park which reinforces staying home and exploring my own backyard.

For more on Just Jot January, visit Linda Hill at: #JusJoJan prompt the 3rd – “Servant” | (

Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

2 thoughts on “#JusJoJan 3: A Hawk is Not a “Servant”

  1. So you can do what you like – that’s good

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