"Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life and attend to your own business and work with your hands........" 1 Thessalonians 4:11

Friday, November 19, 2021

A Visitor

 

" Allow yourself time to appreciate the little things. 
 Because, of course, they really are not so little after all"
                                            Margaret B Moss

***Western Tiger Salamander 

13 comments:

Marie Smith said...

Margaret is so right about the little things. That is a beautiful salamander!

Sandi said...

OH, cute!

Granny Marigold said...

I'm so aware of how grateful I should be for all the little blessings in my life, especially in view of the devastation that our area suffered last weekend. We were among the lucky ones who were not affected.

Hill Top Post said...

Oh, I love the little things most of all, I think! We have a resident salamander that lives in the little garden pond down by the old place. He is magnificent!

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

What a pretty guy!

happyone said...

Before I read what kind of lizard it was I thought it looked like a tiger. :)
We all have so much to be thankful for.
Some of the little things ARE big things. :)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Little things that are also so colorful are wonderful to see, Kathleen. Did this salamander stay around very long?

Rose said...

My granddaughter would probably love it! The little things can be the most wonderful of all.

Lady Locust said...

That would startle me if I saw it here. We don't have such things. Striking.

Barwitzki said...

Such a beautiful salamander ...
When I was a child I often saw fire salamanders, they live in deciduous forests and look a bit like your salamander :-)
Many greetings to you. Have a happy weekend. Viola

Prims By The Water said...

How cool! TFS Janice

Henny Penny said...

A beautiful salamander. The only salamander I've seen here was a black shiny one. Your last post is wonderful too. Don't know how I missed it. Those leaves are so neat. I have enjoyed watching the leaves fall

Olde Dame Holly said...

I have NEVER seen such a creature! Even though I lived in West Texas for so long! Amazing! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.