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Flower of the Day 7/13/19 – Bee Happy

Happiness is a choice, not a result. Nothing will make you happy until you chose to be happy. No person will make you happy unless you decide to be happy. Your happiness will not come to you. It can only come from you.

Ralph Marslon

Watch Bobby McFerrin sing “Be Happy”.

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Wordless Wednesday: In the Middle

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Dragonfly

Except from Why the Dragonfly

The Dragonfly normally lives most of its life as a nymph or an immature. It flies only for a fraction of its life. This symbolizes and exemplifies the virtue of living in the moment and living life to the fullest. By living in the moment you are aware of who you are, where you are, what you are doing, what you want, what you don’t, and to make informed choices on a moment-to-moment basis. The eyes of the Dragonfly symbolize the uninhibited vision of the mind and the ability to see beyond the limitations of the human self. Dragonfly’s can be a symbol of self that comes with maturity. They can symbolize going past self-created illusions that limit our growth and ability to change.

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Throwing Some Shade

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Exoskeleton of a Beetle?

Found this on the underside of a leaf. I wonder if it just got another exoskeleton or if it morphed it something different.

What do you think?

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What Lurks in Nature

While walking in my yard taking pictures of flowers I noticed something moving on a tree. It was some sort of insect and some had wings. There were thousands of them lined up all around the tree marching towards the top.

Does anyone know what they are?

When I saw the snail I thought that the bugs were going to swarm it and have a nice dinner. But to my surprise they just moved around it as if they were just checking it out then they started marching towards the top again.

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Mystery Solved

Steven Baird from Ordinary Handsome sent me a link that identified what my Bee or Humming Bee actually was.  It is a Hummingbird Moth.

 

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A Bee or a Humming Bee?

Does anyone know what type of bee this is?

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Last Blooms-2

Here are a couple more photos of the flowers and plant still blooming or full of life.

The first 2 images is a Split Leaf Philodendron. This one does not have any blooms but it caught my eye because it was full of Caterpillars. When I purchased this plant the leaves were beautiful but now the leaves are food.

 

 

This Rose Bush looks terrible but the bud is beautiful and I know that the actual bloom will be amazing.

 

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