Transitory Visitor

DSC08396 - Version 2This ladybug explored my body for a half hour or more today when I was manning the information booth of a local cultural center.  I couldn’t resist taking pictures—no easy task, since most of the time, as in this picture, she was on my right hand and wrist.  She seemed to be inspecting the new bracelets I made last night from buttons I found in a local recycle bazaar.  As I readied myself to go, I thought she had deserted me, but when I went into the office to say goodbye, I felt her crawl from my ear to my cheek.  When we got back to the information booth in the garden, I tried convincing her with “Ladybug, Ladybug, fly away home. . . .” but by then she’d staked her claim and seemed to be settling in for a nap, so I blew a little gust from pursed lips to persuade her on her way.  This shot is my new desktop picture.

(I’ve been a bit late posting today due to an internet outage this morning and a huge electrical storm this afternoon and evening that blew out an electrical transformer, plunging my entire village into darkness until 10 tonight. This is when I am thankful for fellow night-owls!!!)

I actually called a friend in Missouri (from Mexico) to post changes in my poem for me earlier tonight. I was sure we’d be without power all night, but my  electricity is on now and I’m making the most of it.

To see other photos in Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge, go Here

8 thoughts on “Transitory Visitor

  1. lifelessons Post author

    Betty—Do suppose my sitting there taking a picture of a ladybug on various parts of my body had anything to do with making people reluctant to approach me for information? Ha. Judy

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  2. mandy

    Oh Judy, I LOVE ladybugs! Some people feel lucky when they find a penny on the ground–that’s how I feel when I spot a ladybug. What a beautiful shot–do you just use your iPhone camera? Looks professional!

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Thanks, Mandy. I feel exactly the same way. A kid again! I use a little Nikon digital camera. I don’t have a cell phone. Thanks…I took dozens to get a few good ones. For some reason I couldn’t get my camera into Micro mode…Judy

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