Life is a great big canvas, and you should throw all the paint on it you can.
- Danny Kaye
It was planned as a romantic end to a day moving to their dream home in Diamond Bar. After a long day of unpacking, Cathy's husband met her in their master bedroom suite, where she settled in to what else- a love seat. Freshly bathed, Ed carried up the stairs a silver tray with 2 crystal glasses and a favorite sherry.
It was near dusk. The stereo was tuned to soft music, Ed opened the French doors leading to their balcony. He massaged Cathy's shoulders. The fresh air and sherry worked in concert to let the massage ramp towards some marital bliss. Ed began to tell Cathy how much he loved her, when in flew the bats.
According to Dirt Works, which sells bat poop (i.e., guano) "Many civilizations have used guano as a soil amendment and considered it sacred, so much so that disturbing rookeries was once a crime punishable by death. Fortunately, you can buy Bat Guano from us and only good things will happen when you do."
|It took awhile for the new butterfly to shake its wings out to fly|
Not strong enough to fly, I gently lifted it to cradle in soft planting until it flew away.
|The actual pattern with our garden features|
|The choir of Mt Calvary Lutheran Church, Diamond Bar|