05 July, 2010

On Their Own

I provide plenty for the visiting birds and wildlife: water, seed, nectar, abundant trees for shady refuge. I refuse to be bullied by tempting products, showing up on store shelves, to provide any more that I already do. In these tight economic times I am finding lots of ways to make our household dollars go further and when it comes to specialty items I simply have to draw the line. I have two birdbaths. The bugs can use either one of those, or a puddle for that matter, and bring their own soap.

Life is Good!


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11 comments:

Nancy, Near Philadelphia said...

snicker

Salem Stitcher said...

well, I never...

Patricia said...

for automobile windshield washers to get the bugs off?

Quiltdivajulie said...

Here that would include the wasps (they frequent our bird baths ... along with the squirrels).

Domestic Designer said...

I can't believe they have bug wash....good grief! By the way I love the quilt in the last post and I am sure your grandson will too.

Karen Newman Fridy said...

*snort*

(too funny!)

Linda said...

FUNNY!!!

KQ Sue said...

To funny! ROFL! No one wants dirty bugs!

*karendianne. said...

d'oh! hee.

quiltkeemosabe said...

If you start washing the bugs you really will be overdoing the whole housecleaning thing and I will give up!

AnnieO said...

If you are feeling extra magnanimous, perhaps little toothpicks with tiny pieces of sponge for their underarms? After all, they do have lots of appendages.