My Tiny Friends

If you want tiny friends, you must move slowly and quietly.

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Remember you are a giant and they are fairies and elves.

Wasp coming in for a landing at the onion airport.
Wasp coming in for a landing at the onion airport.

I am out and about so often that many of my tiny friends ignore me.

Butterfly on a buddleia
Butterfly on a buddleia

I think this is rude, because I always speak to them.

Spider spying on me.
Spider spying on me.

My friends may have fur, feathers, scales or an exoskeleton.

King Koi
King Koi

They may have two, four, six or eight legs.

My neighbors' friend writing them a message.
My neighbors’ friend writing them a message.

Some even have wings.

Hawk moth
Hawk moth

I am always glad to see them and they make me smile.

Green spider on a Dahlia.
Green spider on a Dahlia.

That means they are my friends.

Chip on his throne.
Chip on his throne.

5 thoughts on “My Tiny Friends

  1. Such a sweet post. It made me smile to imagine you talking to your tiny friends. Your words are always so encouraging to me. Your photos are lovely, but I find myself wishing they were bigger. Maybe you already realize this, but once you import them, you can click on them to edit (it looks like a pencil). Then change the size to custom which will allow you to expand the width. I hope this helps.

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    1. Finally some advice from a fellow blogger. Thanks Jewel. I went back and made some of my last post bigger because it all looked too left to me. You are a good friend.
      My pics will be bigger from now on.
      P.S. I found the most amazing vine while in South Carolina. The nice people let me have some seeds. What a treasure!

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