chasing kittens, puttering in the gardens or talking to the tree.
I love seeing the past through the eye of a needle ~...I collect old & odd things. I pull wool & cotton through linen. I walk barefoot in my garden and throw my head back and cackle when I laugh...
I'm just a little farm-witch that loves where I am & who I'm with ~
Awesome isn't it! Dan and I were listening to the cicada just last night....such an amazing piece of nature...thanks for sharing Lori!
Hmmmm, I thought for sure you were going to be designing a new hooked chair mat from these gorgeous cicadas! HINT-HINT Ya know Lori, it really it time for you to design us another paper pattern! HA Hugs, Sher
Not much of a bug-lover myself, but I do appreciate their unique beauty. How wonderful it is that you can look at them and see this, while most people just squash the poor things. I try not to kill bugs; I just avoid the ones who "attack" me or my garden. I actually love the look and color of bees, but I'm highly allergic to their sting.
I hope you will be selling your small paintings on Etsy!! I live too far to come to your shop!
I can take most any creature except spiders.I find the cicada a beautiful amazing bug.Have a wonderful weekend.Jen
my parents always have said i was normal til i left home... my nephews tell me theres no one like me.. ha! some of my blogger friends are just as interesting!! enjoy your weekend lori!
I don't think you're daft at all. And people think I'm crazy because I enjoy watching the snakes....and still haven't seen the first snake of the season yet, but you did!Saundra
Apparently the little critters have been in the ground for 17 years and this year they're will be millions, yes millions of them coming to the surface to court a mate, lay they're eggs and start all over again.So what ever song you're hearing now get ready...Susan
If only I could spell... sorry I should have said there will be millions and lay their eggs. Either way it will be loud!Susan
Love this post! I could be an entomologist too, if the art thing ever gets old. I miss the cicada. We don't have any out here in Oregon, but my childhood was filled with their buzzy chirping. Thanks for sharing them :)
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