Hi everyone! This is The Daily Bone and I'm your introspective doggie host Chester L. W. Spaniel.
We never go anywhere. You would think things might get pretty boring. But we manage to find something wondrous every day; and sometimes we find several things. This little moth first appeared on Sunday. It was sitting on the curtains and stayed there for a long time. On Monday, it started fluttering around. Finally it decided to sit on the table for a fantastic photo session.
Our Joanna human says this is a type of inchworm moth. Amazing!
Speaking of insects, the giant hydrangea bush is in full bloom and every day we see many different kinds of wasps, bees, flies, butterflies, and moths visiting. Our neighbors must think our ghostwriter is crazy because she stands in front of the bush in the bright sun with all of those stinging insects buzzing around so she can take pictures of them.
In the back of our yard, behind the stick pile and the compost heap, in the shade, we found some pretty little mushrooms growing.
Don't worry. We didn't try to eat the mushrooms. But we did find out that this little weed is actually edible and it's called yellow wood sorrel. Ghostwriter pulls these out of the garden all the time!
I think this pear smells wonderful!
Do you see the moon in this picture?
Wonders never cease.