Thursday, April 14, 2011

Lady bug brightens her tiny world.

18 comments:

Evi said...

Eh bien, je ne suis pas triste de constater que ces petites bêtes ont recherché l'air libre. Est-ce que quelqu'un pourrait m'expliquer ce que fabrique ces petites bêtes dans ma chambre à coucher et à la salle de bain durant l'hiver? Est-ce qu'il y a un specimen rare qui refuse hiberner? Je les aime vraiment dans la nature, mais lorsqu'elles se promènent de long en large dans ma salle de bain je me pose quand même des questions ?!

Pam said...

Ladybug, ladybug don't fly away.. your welcome to stay in my garden and feast till your full.
Nice capture, Allison.

hugs xoxo,
Pam

Ola said...

Do you also count spots on this animal to see how many lucky years are awaiting you?:) Or is this just a Polish superstition?

Joe said...

Never heard of Ola's superstition before but it's an interesting one. I'm O.K. with ladybugs until they hatch out in the house in one of my wife's flower pots :).

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Is there a sweeter bug? When I was little the first pair of earrings I got after my pierced ears healed were litte red lady bugs.

Nancy said...

Who doesn't love a lady bug? A true lady bug and not one of those darned Asian lady beetles.

Nice photo! :)

texwisgirl said...

i have to scoop them out of the horse water tubs quite often. i'm always quick about it because they can bite! :)

Randy said...

Ladybugs are such a happy thing to see. I am so glad I saw this before heading to work. Have a good day!

Changes in the wind said...

Ladybugs make everyone smile and I had no idea they would bite...

Meg said...

Yay for lady bugs! I found one the other day in the garden and it was such a nice spot of red on the brown dirt.

Dawn said...

A wee splash of color in a mundane world:)

Trisha said...

This is one bug I don't mind having around :)

Eyeliquor said...

You can run..but you can not hide from Allison :)

Southern Lady said...

I love little lady bugs! Carla

Michael Rowland said...

looks like a VW,,,M

Out on the prairie said...

We used toalways count their spots thinking it was a sign of age.

Country Mouse Studio said...

I'm envious of your weather :O)

Neus said...

A Lady bug! That means that good weather is coming!! ;-)