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July 14th, 2011, 12:36 am #1

Some say: Silence is gold'n!



Some say:


Some say:


Love Ya, All As ONE!
One!life

(Was just out picture hunt'n! ~* + + + *~ And want'd to share with ya all!)

Another hot day here!
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Julie
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July 14th, 2011, 12:37 pm #2

Here's a few for you too...with love - Julie













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July 14th, 2011, 1:36 pm #3

Some say: Silence is gold'n!



Some say:


Some say:


Love Ya, All As ONE!
One!life

(Was just out picture hunt'n! ~* + + + *~ And want'd to share with ya all!)

Another hot day here!
Again. More rain last night. The mosquitoes are thicker than I've ever seen. I wear my hoodie, with the hood up to walk the dogs. I wore landscaping gloves this morning. Minimizing exposed skin.

Ah, for some hot dry weather.

Thanks for sharin' one!life!
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July 14th, 2011, 1:57 pm #4


Have you tried some of the natural remedies to repel the little critters. JB

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July 14th, 2011, 2:02 pm #5

Thanks.

I have some lemon eucalyptus "natural" repellent. I've sprayed Off! on my hoodie, not my skin. I don't like the smell or feeling of DEET on the skin, and the fact that it is cancerous makes it even less desirable.

I prefer bites over DEET.

I'll pick up some tea tree oil. My dogs might benefit as well. Although one is pretty thick furred, I see the skeeters on him, but they don't seem to have any luck getting blood. The other is much lighter coated, but I don't see the skeeters that attracted to him. He is light, and the other is dark. I've read that skeeters are attracted to dark clothing.

Another couple of months and we'll have a killing frost.

You have experience with them down under?
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July 14th, 2011, 2:12 pm #6

They hit hard just after wet weather because they lay their eggs on the surface of water (any puddle will do). We have a lot of lakes nearby and the local authorities put a biodegradable film on the surface to prevent the egg cycle. Every house here has insect screens on doors and window - its just a way of life. JB
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July 15th, 2011, 1:39 pm #7

Here's a few for you too...with love - Julie













Good morning One!life
July 14 2011 at 8:37 AM
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Here's a few for you too...with love - Julie



One!life > This one reminds me
of the scissors tail I baby sit'd for a few days.



he had fell out of it's nest and my cat was bat'n it around.
I place my cat in the well house a few days.

The bird hop'd all over the front yard, and stay'd under the red shed dur'n the hot of the day.
But I found it yesterday morning, dead under the apple tree.

I had even try to place it in an easter basket in a tree and it just jump back out.
I could only do what I could, so the mother could still feed it.
So now I'm think maybe I should have brought it inside and care'd for it.

Love Ya, juilelife!

Love All As ONE!
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July 16th, 2011, 2:46 am #8


---Trying to care for the little birds that have fallen
out of a tree or get injured in other ways.
***Tougher job if a cat is involved.

I have a large living room window .
Birds don't see it and crash into it .
I have been able to give some birds a resting
area until their "headache" goes away and they can fly again .


When birds land in a cat's mouth --- I have had zero success .
The poison in the cat's mouth works very quickly
and God gave birds a very fragile system.

I do love our feathered friends. We have active feeders
around our home . Chickadees,sparrows , blue jays and cardinals
are the most common birds that visit.


My love to you One!life.
Thanks for sharing your
bird story with me .

((HUGS))

Julie
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July 16th, 2011, 5:46 am #9

They hit hard just after wet weather because they lay their eggs on the surface of water (any puddle will do). We have a lot of lakes nearby and the local authorities put a biodegradable film on the surface to prevent the egg cycle. Every house here has insect screens on doors and window - its just a way of life. JB
Woods and lakes every where.

I built a screened in porch with TV and chairs.

Me no dummy

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