The best secrets cannot be told. They must be discovered and experienced – by you.
How to identify prickly pear cactus, plus edible and medicinal uses.
Like many other moths, Reversed Haploa can be found resting on low lying leaves. Their coloring makes them stand out against the greenery, amplifying their aesthetic. The wing design reminds me of an ethnic pattern. What do you think of when you see this moth?
It’s official! Dirty Wormy has joined Twitter. You can follow @Dirty Wormy for live updates, plus special secret tidbits that you’ll only get through DW tweets.
We each have our own unfolding of a story. When we are just beginning to bud, it is difficult for others to see or imagine the impending beauty that will arise… but as we open to the world around us others are sure to marvel at such an exquisite sight.
Here’s some bug sex for all you peeps out there (myself included.) What else would you expect from a dirty wormy?
Turtle Beach in Florida at sunset – minus the turtles.
This photo reminds us of the joy, expansiveness, and lightness of Spirit that is experienced when we take flight towards the seemingly unreachable sky.
Wood sorrel is both edible and medicinal. You can easily add a few leaves to a wild harvest salad for a bit of lemony tang or enjoy as a trail nibble. Like lemons, this plant also happens to be high in Vitamin C.
Here’s another old photo from a savory remembrance…. revenge is sweet! (Dirty Wormy evil laughter ensues…)