Sept 25, 2019
I’ve been trying to get motivated to write something for this blog, but to no avail.
On the good side, I have an interview tomorrow afternoon at Cracker Barrel. I applied for the hostess job. I know, seems like I’m going backwards instead of forwards…but the pay is better. Doesn’t sound right, does it? Being a caregiver should be good pay, but it’s not. I’ve been doing this for two years, it’s time for me to move on. I think I’ll be much happier and not as stressed.
So, anyway… this post is about bugs and some cool facts about them.
All information comes from destinationnature.com/cool-bug-facts/
The photos are mine!
One spider can eat over 2,000 insects a year, so thanks to them, there are actually fewer bugs in your yard or house.
Grasshoppers have ears on their bellies and special organs in their hind legs that store energy for jumping. A grasshopper’s jump is so far, it would be like your mom or dad jumping the length of a basketball court. ( Ok, this info is geared towards kids, so…think about being able to jump the length of a basketball court!)
Insects were the first thing on Earth to make and hear sound and have been around for over 400 million years.
Bugs can live in even the hottest and coldest parts of Earth, but there is one place you’ll rarely see them—the ocean.
Honey bees have hair on their eyes called setae that help them navigate.
To read more, click here: Cool Facts About Bugs
I’ve got so much going through my head, it’s hard to concentrate! I know I could tell you about my future plans, but it can wait til tomorrow! You already know most everything anyway. Just tying up some loose ends, I guess. They say tomorrow will be better, right? That’s what I’m counting on!
I hope you enjoyed and are having a great day, where ever you may be!!
Thanks for stopping by!!
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