It’s moving closer to warm weather in California and we are starting to see lizards in the gardens.
I love their spritely moves and the push-ups in the sunshine always bring a smile to my lips.
I’ve always thought they were strictly bug-eaters until I saw this!New insights!
We don’t use them much anymore, now that most of us aren’t farmers or mariners, but weathervanes still grace our world and add some whimsy. Whichever direction, smile and enjoy!
When I need a quiet place just to think and reflect, I find myself drawn to the beauty and peace of a cemetery. Far from being spooky, I find them places of beautiful sculpture that I find calming. In our older cemeteries, they are filled with the names of people no one now remembers or even knew. But I know they too had their struggles, hope, dreams, and challenges. This is a reminder to me that whatever is bothering me will eventually pass. Life goes on for me, for now. And I must seize the moments I have.
Feet are something to take for granted. They’re for transportation and the shape and size depends upon how an animal moves. But, I’m curious as to why there so many different colors of waterfowl feet? Here’s a sample of what I’ve found.
Dogs may be our “best friends” but bees are our best workers. They pollinate our fields, flowers, and all types of foliage. Seeing a beehive makes me appreciate all those workers and their organization and coordination!
How do they swim? No fins, just chubby little stalks for legs. No gills. Turtles look like rocks on the bank of the pond. And they swim!!
Driving the Las Vegas strip is an interesting trip in time. The southern portion is modern, sleek and glossy. Going north shows the older, more seedy, part. It is surprising how much of the old strip was still there and in need of repair (or demolition!). And, there was still the abundance of wedding chapels. It’s a fascinating place!