Day One Hundred Ninety Three, August 3, 2011

baby crawler

Small things draw out our softer side. We see babies and we change our behavior immediately, we smile, we speak softly, we ‘ooo’ and we ‘aaaa’ at them. Babies and little creatures are simply so cute and we are programmed to want to care for them and protect them, most of us at least. And it is a very clever programming as you would expect from our maker for the benefit of the little people.

photo taken: baby snail on Lea’s palm

17 thoughts on “Day One Hundred Ninety Three, August 3, 2011

  1. His curious little eye-stalk antenae-feeler-things are stretched out as far as possible, exploring his world. His new-ness is so clean.

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      1. As a tiny fb thumbnail, this picture looks like a woman’s belly. I thought the snail was the navel. It looked very erotic so naturally I had to get a better look πŸ™‚

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  2. I do love all of nature – but that little snail causes a visceral “yuck” reaction. Funny how that can be. It would probably be different in person. I used to love to collect teeny snails from the creek when I was a child.

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