Yes smash it up. This is a bit of a sad place in the garden. The place where broken bird baths of the past come to their almost final resting place. One day they may find their way into the bottom of pot plants do aid drainage. Perhaps I could glue them back together. Some may find their way into a pothole on my road as extra fill.
When this song first came out, I wasn’t all that keen but try not to dance, even if it’s in you chair being active for a moment or two….c’mon get your party started…..get your booty on the bus now….make my day
Speaking of being pumped up, look at the legs on this Teddy Bear Bee. I know………cute name for such a muscular bloke but they are quite OK at being who they are. They are a solitary bee is the Teddy Bear Bee, and they make their nest in the ground like other Australian native bees. On my blog there is always Blue-banded Bees somewhere.
A pumped up Teddy Bear Bee on a Pentas flower in my garden
There was often talk of Grandfather and Ben. Never a better pet, was said far and wide. Ben could do what no other could but rarely left Grandfathers side pampered. After a time both could not do what needed doing on the farm. Everyone loved to visit Grandfather and Ben have a cuppa a bit of a yarn always in the kitchen in Summer and in the lounge which was the comfy chair drawn close to the stove in Winter. both pampered It was towards Summer, I remember when a few of the family knocked the door of Grandfather and Ben. Grandfather they called we have to talk How long have you had old Ben? Dunno, the old man said must be maybe thirty or more the family looked to each other before one spoke Grandfather Grandfather you know Ben has been gone over twenty years now it’s time to go Ben’s not looking the best and that Taxidermist did such a bad job.
Time to get up close with a Macro Monday combined with a #SquareUp. These little fungi are called Puffballs. The send a small cloud of spores if they get impacted. They are up all night and if in a cool shaded spot will still be around during the day. It certainly can be a puzzle where they come from as they just appear anywhere in the garden or the bush