While brushing my teeth this morning I saw
something orange red on the branch of
the lavender tree in the front yard.
I turned to look and it was
two lady bugs mating.
As soon as I finished brushing
my teeth I was going to go take a snap
But . . . alas they were both gone
when I looked up.
And I thought men were quick!!!
I love ladybugs, they are a pretty
reminder that God is out there watching
over us everyday.
I often see many ladybugs usually sitting
on different leaves just soaking
up the sun.
They are a favorite bug
At night we have the lightening bugs flying
around looking for a mate.
I am from
El Paso, Texas and we didn't have
lightening bugs there.
The very first time I ever saw a lightening bug
was in Freeburg, Ill. when we went to
visit my Dad's parents.
My twin brother and little sister and I
caught them and put them in a jar until
When we got up it was just a jar full
of grub worms,
to my horror!
My two older brothers had substituted
the lightening bugs with grub worms.
It took me forever to figure out what they
I was talking it over with my sister,
that shared memory,
and she told me.
My brothers ~ what a couple of pips!
I never knew what they were going
to pull on me next.
I was the oldest sister and I was so
easy to fool and they did, often.
I worked on the 4th of July exchange so no
pictures and besides I fell asleep in my chair.
I just have a crick in my neck to show for it.
Take care all my dear friends.
Remember God loves you and if you don't think so
just look for a ladybug!
Happy stitching all!