The way a child discovers the world constantly replicates the way science began. You start to notice what’s around you, and you get very curious about how things work. How things interrelate. It’s as simple as seeing a bug that intrigues you. You want to know where it goes at night; who its friends are; what it eats. David Cronenberg

Photo John Baumann

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  1. Barb Estinson says:

    LOVE this picture, of course! And the quote too.

  2. Ladybug luck on St. Patrick’s Day to all who view Sandy’s website! Here’s a little something I read in Google about ladybugs:
    “The Christians believe that the ladybug is related to Virgin Mary. It is a saying that during the middle ages, there was a huge infestation of insects in the land of the farmers in Europe. The insects were destroying the crops and therefore these farmers asked Virgin Mary to help them get rid of the insects. It is said that soon the ladybugs arrived to their farms and ate away all the insects who were infesting the crops. The farmers saw this and started calling these saving bugs as ‘The Beetles of Our Lady’! Soon they were referred to as ‘Lady Beetles’ and eventually they were named ‘ladybugs’.”
    Read more at Buzzle:

  3. Barb Estinson says:

    That info about ladybugs is interesting, Di Anne. Thanks for sharing it.

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