Cover your ears so you can hear what I’m saying

I have finally had my first exam. So many people had finished before I’d even started. But now I am underway and that exam is finally gone. Goodbye Natural Hazards and GIS! It went pretty well too, especially considering the minimal amount of studying I had put into it.

I came home this evening, with hazard response and GIS software still at the front of my mind. The first person I saw was Dad standing in the kitchen in his orange SES jumpsuit. What was he doing? Did I miss some sort of violent storm? Was there a flooded area nearby?
No. He was going to Haberfield to make sure the crowds don’t get too rowdy over the soccer match tonight.
Is a drought soccer match a natural hazard?

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6 thoughts on “Cover your ears so you can hear what I’m saying

  1. bellarina2

    bahahah.
    we should have got that question instead.
    you know i put that silly chapman model diagram in one of my answers because nazi alison was obsessed with it…AND I GOT IT WRONG. aaah i am a natural hazard.

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