When I write a blog, WordPress posts it by publication date. As I quite often publish posts some time after they are written, or some time after a set of photos is imaged, I find it more useful to list the posts by date of writing or of imaging.
I will be reorganizing the last few years of blogs by date of writing or of imaging in the coming weeks. That will account for the reshuffling you, my reader, may notice on the Newest Posts page after I do that.
TINY ANTHOLOGIES: DIVERSE DRAWINGS 10: ANGELS . BY ALICE B. CLAGETT
Here is the tenth in the series “Tiny Anthologies: Diverse Drawings” from this website, along with links to the blogs in which they are found. In this collection are drawings of members of the Angelic Realm, including (among others) the Elohim, Guardian Angels, Baptismal Sylphs, and the Devas that care for Earth and her beings. In the collection below, the most recent is at the top.
Here is a video about a new discovery for me … yellow spider mites. There is a Summary after the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Hello, everyone. It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
I was out here trying to optimize irrigation in this backyard, and I ran across something scuttling over the stairs. It looks like yellow spider mites. I never knew there was such a thing. So I am going to try to get a closeup for you.
They are so tiny that I do not think you will be able to see much, but I will show you.
See, this is my hand … [Shows how tiny they are, compared to my hand.] It looks like they are coming out of this hole here. [Shows crack between mortar and paving brick.]
I looked it up. I think these were yellow spider mites. I wonder what their social order is, and what that dance they were doing was about.
I have read that red spider mites bite people and may burrow into their skin. I find they can be suffocated by applying Vaseline thickly and covering that with a bandage overnight.
I read that yellow spider mites are a plant pest, but I do not know if they bite people or burrow into their skin.