Keep Spiders Away ~ My Slice of Sunday- not only is this a good way to rid your home of spiders but it really works on wasp...i had a ton of nests in my yard...they are nearly all gone after using this spray. You dont really need the vinegar...2 cups of water..1 tsp of dawn detergent...1 tsp of peppermint oil....and they are gonners, make sure to wait until dusk...thats when they are the least likely to sting you and when they are tired and returning home to sleep.
https://flic.kr/p/Eiuy7c | Sweet Spectacular Winter Dusk At The Beach - IMRAN™ | I am so blessed to call this place home. The cold temperatures of winter in Long Island, New York, make it much tougher to stay out from before sunset through dusk into blue hour, especially when it is windy. But, the colors can be such incredible shades of pastels. This panorama was made from 24 iPhone 6S+ photos, photomerged and edited in PhotoShop, and posted here. The problem with cell phone photos is that…
When it comes to finding your dream wedding dress you can’t go past local wedding dress designer Sally Eagle. Not only is Sally incredibly nice and super talented, but her gowns are designed and made right here in Aotearoa! Her 2017 collection Dusk is so dreamy with stunning dresses I like to call ‘Swexy’ (the perfect blend ...
This neutral garden set is perfect for small gardens. You can still enjoy a casual breakfast outside, or as the evenings get warmer a glass of something fruity at dusk. Fold away table and chairs means you can easily clear them away when you need the space for a larger party. Cheers!
“The core of your true self is never lost. Let go of all the pretending and the becoming you've done just to belong. Curl up with your rawness and come home. You don't have to find yourself; you just have to let yourself in” -D. Antoinette Foy (ph.: Li Hui)
"Heavenly shades of night are falling, it's twilight time, out of the mist your voice is calling, tis twilight time, when purple colored curtains mark the end of day, I'll hear you, my dear, at twilight time..."
Rare Redeye Flatwing Butterfly. This butterfly is in the Pyrginae subfamily, they are large, robust and have the wings expanded flat when when rest. Their larvae are brightly in colours with pink and green. Butterfly is orange-brown in colour with creamy semi-transparence patches on forewings. There are the blue -grey veins on the wings. Its eyes are red in colour.