We still have two silkworm holdouts. The third decided to start his / her cocoon last night, but we have two who totally enjoy munching on the Mulberry leaves. I have learned to not just bring leaves to them, but I retrieve branches with leaves and remain fresh for a longer time.
Now that most of the silkworms have made their cocoons, the next event to be on the alert for is the appearance of the silkworm moth. These moths have lost the ability to fly since they have lived in captivity for hundreds of years....so say the scientists. I just keep wondering if God created them without the ability of flight and the scientists are just assuming that they flew at one time.
People take what scientists have to say as the truth. I believe that in addition to science, there is another way than a "big bang", voila, all the species are here theory. When I view the photos of fellow RVers and see the diversity and uniqueness of the birds, flowers, terrain etc., I know there is a Great Creator.
Fireworks have been exploding for the past week. Tomorrow night is the grand finale, thank goodness. Oliver was fine when we took him with us to our local fireworks. But here at home, he is quite apprehensive. Tonight, as we watched a movie and the neighbors lit huge, bright, loud fireworks, Oliver sat under John's chair seeking security. He would not even eat popcorn with us during the movie. Poor thing. I think that tomorrow night we should put him in the car or truck and just go somewhere so he will not feel threatened here at home.
Here's a quiet celebration that won't scare the dog---- (ours are hiding and cuddling too in fear all weekend)ReplyDelete
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