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Another beetle. Ladybugs feature in nursery rhymes and seem pretty harmless, but my middle daughter discovered at Girl Scout camp that they bite, and so grew to be somewhat afraid of them, especially when some meaner girls threatened to fill her sleeping bag with them.
Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: Every Little Thing
“Find magic in the little things, and the big things you always expected will start to show up.”
― Isa Zapata
“You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you suddenly thrill you.”
― Andy Warhol
“It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important.”
― Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
“He who does not wish for little things does not deserve big things.”
― Belgian proverb
“Life is just a lot of everyday adventures.”
― Carol Ryrie Brink
Amy’s challenge this morning brought a big smile to my face! She shares the little things that make her smile and invites us to do the same. One thing we have in common is taking joy in “bonus bugs” who photobomb our flower shots. Also, we both have come across lizards in regal repose who seem to be enthralled by the world they inhabit. Their small majesty makes me smile!
Treat yourself to some small wonder and visit Amy’s post HERE. The music video will make you smile as well!
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Nature
“Measured against the agenda of human survival, how might we rethink education? Let me suggest six principles.
First, all education is environmental education.” — David Orr, What Is Education For?