Sunday, August 13, 2006

It's June Bug! No, It's July Bug!!

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A dead bug is a good bug, but

A live KatyDid is a pleasant bug!

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What the chewing locust left,

the swarming locust has eaten;

What the swarming locust left,

the crawling locust has eaten;

And what the crawling locust left,

the consuming locust has eaten.

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Joel 1:4, New King James Bible (link)

[click on pictures to enlarge]
Orchelimum vulgare, a meadow katydid (Conocephalinae), Picture (link) courtessy of North American Katydids (link) . . . . . . . . . Note: North American KatyDid link, http://buzz.ifas.ufl.edu/katydids.htm

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Jim I know that I showed you a hairy scorpion but are you trying to scare me again. I don't mind as long as I don't physically see them. Scragend found a bright green scorpion in the flower bed by our court yard today. He said that it was half dead. So he took it at let it go in a wash near our house.

Hmmm.

Take care xx
 
hey Jim,
i had always wondered what KatyDid ? :)


and thanks for stopping by , your a hoot :)

and i'm some better, still have a headach, but i have all the time!
blessings to ya!
 
Hi Jim!

Just back from camping. Thought I'd drop a note even though I haen't anything to tell about what Katy did.
 
I've been finding the shells all over the place. Sure sign that fall is on the way ;)
 
HI Jim thanks for your visits and comments.
A dead bug is a good bug
now ive caught up with everyone ill be back to read more
 
April may. May June? Well, Katydid.
 
That top bug looks like what we always called a "jar fly". At any rate that is one dead bug.

(I only drive by that church that I take pictures of the sign. I belong to a Baptist church though!) Our church doesn't do the signs like that.
 

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