(This is really the cicada casing. When the cicada emerges from the casing it is green and has wings. Here's a great cicada website if you would like to know more. And there's always Wikipedia.)
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wow, I have never seen one so up close!!
at least they're not afraid of bugs!!
The kids are cute...the bug, not so cute!!
Great pictures! Beautiful kids.Happy WW!
That is a hoot!
Oh that is priceless :-) Very cute!
They made friends with the cicadas. How cool. I'm not sure how'd my son react when he sees one. He sure loves ladybugs though.
Now there's a wayto pass the afternoon!
They look so proud! Who needs toys when there are MILLIONS of cicadas to play with?
hah! What a riot!!
Oh my! I don't no whether to scream or laugh..how about both!!! I found your blog this morning and I love it. I read your post from 8/12-Sickness and Heath and it brought tears to my eyes. My husband shines like sunshine when he comes home from work. I can't imagine a day without it. Great post. I'm sure to visit your site again!
LOL, my kids would freak out instead! Happy WW :)
Creativity knows no boundaries!So that's a cicada? Somehow I thought they were more of a long, slender praying mantis-looking thing.
Oh my word! I'm sure it thrilled your soul to see their handiwork!
I have come to LOVE cicadas, never saw one till I moved to the deep south!! Oh, to be a child again...and spend the day, just like that!!!loved it!thank you again for the NICE MATTERS award!!It made my week!!:)lori
LOL... well its great that they're finding ways to stay busy for the summer! ;)
Nice yard decorations..who needs yard gnomes? Maybe today they'll decide to show you their love by making a cicado necklace, or put some in a toilet paper tube and make a "cicada shaker. "
This one especially cracked me up! We will have to go out looking for these now-I sure hear them so I know they are out there! The girls would get a kick out of it and we are studying insects right now! Much love,AngPS-I will prob email you soon for some homeschool encouragement! I am struggling through! But it is all emotions and not truth.
LOL, love your little entomologists! (They would looove our house! ;))
We had the 16 year cicadas visit us 2 years ago. I think they are fascinating!! I love that your kids love them- how cute!
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