This is International Plain Language Day and we honestly couldn’t care less.
Here are a few birds plus an oddly colored skunk to enliven your day.
Hey, there! It’s been a while since we’ve met on these pages; much has happened since our Great Porcupine Encounter that has distracted me from doing any thinking, much less writing. About a week ago, I entered my septuagenarian experience with a whimper, not a bang, experiencing a series of health challenges which are continuing… Continue reading Catching Up
Wherein I document a chance encounter with a rather prickly individual.
Young armadillos are fun to watch, as long as they’re not in your yard.
Swallowtails, tree frogs, newborn fawns, and water snakes: something for everyone in the ‘hood.
As if we don’t have enough to worry about nowadays, what with widespread wildfires, rampant inflation, a possible new wave of COVID, war in eastern Europe, and people gluing their hands to Starbucks counters, now comes a report of carnivorous armadillos that prey on lambs, calves, and other small and helpless mammals such as Danny… Continue reading Carnivorous, Corpse-Eating Armadillos?!
Wherein a beautiful bird sits for an involuntary portrait, I retract part of my admiration for possums, we study the mysterious porcupine, and snakes are the reptiles of the day.
Number 86 has been spotted, taken captive, and safely relocated.
Hey, fellow earthlings and others…happy Thursday. Today is National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day, but it’s also National Reptile Awareness Day, and wouldn’t you know it — there are a couple of snake photos at the bottom of this post (following the grapefruit-looking mushroom pictures). So, here’s your mashed-up warning sign (aren’t I clever?): I do have… Continue reading Random Thursday: The Pictures Edition