Little Bees, Dragonfly and A Wasp 10/30/14

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
~ Benjamin Franklin
10:30:14 teeny a 1 sigFlashback Tuesday, October 30, 2012 – This is my pick photo for today and features the blossom of a New Guinea impatiens. This flower reminds me of a face, maybe one of those Chinese New Year’s Dragons.
October 30, 2012 sigFlashback Wednesday, October 30, 2013 – This is my pick photo for today and it stars the leaves on one of my hazel trees.
October 30, 2013 sigThursday, October 30, 2014 – On this 30th day of the month long poetry challenge I have two types of native bees, a wasp, and a dragonfly.  This first bee is so tiny that I had to put the sweet alyssum photos (including the one at the top of the post) to show you just how small it is!
10:30:14 teeny sig“teeny, tiny bee
do you think there’s nectar here
in sweet alyssum?”
~ Raven Ariana Simons 10:30:14 teeny a sig 10:30:14 teeny 1 sigI’ll mix up the rest of the photos for fun along with the rest of my written offerings for this day before the very last day of OctPoWriMo 2014 🙂
10:30:14 df sig 10:30:14 wasp sig 10:30:14 nb sig 10:30:14 df 2 sig“almost Halloween
how many trick or treaters
will we have this year?”
~ Raven Ariana Simons
10:30:14 nb 1 sig 10:30:14 df 1 sig 10:30:14 wasp 1 sig 10:30:14 nb close 1 sig“Love the trees until their leaves fall off, then encourage them to try again next year.”
~ Chad Sugg
10:30:14 df side sig“someone’s been nibbling
on this forsythia leaf
a leaf cutter bee”
~ Raven Ariana Simons
10:30:14 nb close sigOur hearts give thanks for the Grace in the Universe!
Bright Bee Blessings and Namaste ~ Raven


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