Why Are Little Bees Getting So Much Attention?   Leave a comment


Why Are Little Bees Getting So Much Attention?.

My Friends: Thanks for loving me. You are missed.   Leave a comment


My Friends: Thanks for loving me. You are missed..

Posted September 16, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

My Friends: Thanks for loving me. You are missed.   9 comments


 

Dinahmite always out front and Tigerbuddy was her partner

Dinahmite, always out front and Tigerbuddy, her partner lurking.

 

 

 

In March 2013,  Dinahmite was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. We celebrated her 13th birthday in May.  July 11,2013 Dinahmite passed.

 

A young Dinahmite

Tiger holding down a chair

 

I will be forever grateful for our adventures shared.

 

My friend

My friend

 

In August of 2014, Tigerbuddy was diagnosed with Cushing’s disease. The vet gave Tiger a medicine called Vetoryl 60mg. Give 2 capsules once a day. Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 10:15AM when Tigerbuddy went to play with Dinahmite. Tiger had a horrible reaction to Vetoryl which in turn hastened his death.

 

To whom may read this: Cushing’s disease in dogs can be treated with proper guidance and your dog friend can live years more.

I have not been very active on my blog due to too much to list.

Love you both.

 

Enjoy your day!

 

 

Why Are Little Bees Getting So Much Attention?   2 comments


theimaginationmuscle:

Bees deserve respect and care from us humans! They care for us far more than thought is given to the bees themselves.

Originally posted on Keeping Our World Green:

Honey_bee_(Apis_mellifera)Bees have to be among the most misunderstood creatures on earth. People either love them or hate them. We all know that they make honey, and we know something of their social behavior, especially how they retaliate when agitated.

Some people, especially those who are allergic to bee stings, avoid these buzzing bugs at all cost. Others raise them for the honey and still others study them scientifically. As the scientists gather more information on bees and their contributions to society, we are hearing more and more about how these creatures contribute to our well being. The scientists have also released information on the dwindling number of bees and the possible causes of their demise.

The bees’ plight even made Time Magazine. The August 19, 2013 issue carried a story entitled, “A World Without Bees: The price we’ll pay if we don’t figure out what’s killing the honeybee.”

Scientists do…

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Posted June 4, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

Pulpit theater   Leave a comment


theimaginationmuscle:

As a small child, I was encouraged to eat the bulb/root of a Jack-in-the-pulpit by my grandfather and father. Pain for days and no understanding of why they both were so cruel.

Originally posted on parkpaths:

Two-tiered testimonial

Two-tiered testimony

These young Jack-in-the-pulpit plants (Arisaema triphyllum) were growing like a double-decker dais for delivering wildflowery speeches.

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Posted May 28, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

Swans   1 comment


Originally posted on Father Jerabek's Blog:

Today seems like a good day for a nice photo. Here are some swans that I saw in the beautiful town of Bruges, Belgium:

Peaceful.

Peaceful.

Incidentally, I always thought that this photo would look good as an impressionist painting. Some photo programs (including the one that I use – GIMP) have “filters” that will supposedly produce this effect, but I have not been able to get it to work.

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Posted May 14, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

onLy LoneLy   1 comment


Originally posted on funkari:

onLy LoneLy

only lonely rooted deeply stands firmly …

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Posted May 14, 2014 by theimaginationmuscle in my photos

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