looks as if it showered with glue then rolled around in the corners of a house that has two dogs and a cat.
My husband and I were working on my car today and when I went to reach for a tool I saw a piece of the cement on the wall move! As in walk away. I watched it for awhile then ran to get my camera and my jeweler’s glass. I thought it might be an ant covered in dust but it wasn’t. This is an actual bug. I have no idea yet what it is. I looked on the internet but haven’t found out what it is yet. So if you know let me know.
This is really a bug.
Even with the jewelers glass I couldn’t find it’s eyes. It would sort of flatten itself out then heave it’s midsection when I was too close to it. It was such a funny sight.
The dragon laid on the sandy wet beach, it’s tail resting in the edge of the surf. Every so often the tail would swat and bat at the surf like the tail of an angry cat.
The cold, frothy, salty water drew the heat from the tired dragon’s body. Steam rose all around him soothing and lulling him into a deep slumber until once again he would rise to roam lands far away.
My daughter did some dog sitting last week so I went to visit and we walked to the dog’s house on a nice afternoon and played with her at her lake house. Lucky dog. Roxie the lucky dog. She is such a sweet old girl.
She wanted to go for a ride on one of her boats but we couldn’t help her with that!
This is a really great Hula Hoop Tutorial for people like me who actually can not Hula Hoop. Yes it’s true I am Hula Hoop challenged. I guess I didn’t play with mine enough as a child. If you want to give it a try and just can’t keep it up 🙂 then check out this tutorial. It really is great.