Garden Plants for Bats
Plants to grow to attract night-flying insects that bats will enjoy include cornflower, phlox, salvia, silene, spearmint and stock.
Female fills spherical egg sac, up to 1" (25 mm) wide, with tough brown papery cover. Female attaches it to one side of web close to resting position, then dies.
Freaky Plants with Eyes.
Cockroach the size of a man's thumb. (Are you thinking-Let me hold it!!!??)
This year is the first year in 17 years that we haven't carved a punkin or gone trick or treating. we have moved to the windiest place on earth, I think, and I didn't put the spooky eyes out or the moving skeleton head because they would all blow away!!!
We live in a rural area, and we live in the boonies of the rural area!! No sewers or city water, the Chicago Tribune will only come on Sunday, and only after 11am!! This is a neighborhood, with covenants and rules, but the lots are large and I would think trick or treats would have to be done by car! It's 40* and the wind is howling!
I did buy a bag of candy, just in case.
In Memphis, Cass loved the Disney costumes. They were expensive, right out of the Disney store, but she looked so beautiful as Tinkerbell and Snow White!
We never had cold weather, as a matter of fact, the most popular house on the block was the ones who would give juice boxes and cans of Coke!
I haven't heard from anyone about the seeds for SASE. It cost me $1.57 for three packs. I guess they would email me when they got mine.
Cass went to school today, but she is still not 100%, I hope she remembers her inhaler!
You know what I feel like for dinner? Grilled Cheese on big thick Italian bread, american and provolone cheese, and homemade brocolli and cheese soup. Oh, and