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We have found a caterpillar marching across our driveway. It is big. Really big. With white specks along the side (like windows on a plane) and a distinctive dot at the tail end. You can see mom's finger to give an idea of side.
Any ideas what this is? If you scale up, a moth the size of a dove ought to come out of it!
Let's have our skies back!
I read about the possible cutbacks of low cost airlines due to rising fuels costs, and all I can say is it will be nice to have the sky back, instead of the clear blue cross-crossed with airplane trails, as shown in the picture below:
Today's word is placid (plah-sid); which means cool, collected, easy-going, mild, peaceful, serene, unruffled; I can say that I have a placid temperament for 99% of the time - which was something of a necessity when working as a Care Assistant!
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