These guys really enjoyed camping out on my Aesclepias (Butterfly Weed) all summer. Once the flowers went to seed, they decided my mailbox was the perfect meeting place. Nobody else on my street has them. Of course, nobody else on my street has as many flowers as I do, particularly not the Aesclepias.
I was outside a couple of days ago before the rain started, and was lectured by my mail carrier about those “creepy bugs.”
They’re kinda cute. They don’t bite. They don’t seem to eat anything that I don’t want eaten. And they keep each other company. What’s creepy about that?
I just wish I could identify them. Can you help?
BEEattitude for Day # 403:
Blessed are those who laugh hard every day, for their hearts shall beat joyously.
BY THE WAY -- If you're in the area, come to the 1st United Methodist Church in Buford GA at 7:00 tonight for a glorious concert by the Gwinnett Choral Guild.
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