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Sloth and (Moon)atee 29 - Moths, and a Tattoo!
The Tardigrades are getting quite close to their destination, a leaf that Sloth has left for them as a new home - have you ever been on a hike, and you can see where you are going, but it still seems so far away?
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Species of the Week: Moths!
Because, why not. Moths are around a lot this time of year at our house, cruising around and being confused about lights outdoors and napping on walls and generally being excellent lil companions. A while back Sloth and Manatee met a moth (this is in the first book):
AND, here is a lovely article on the biodiversity of moths - otherwise known as, wow, those fellows are colorful and pretty! Check out all the pictures in there. Amazing.
Oh! And a longer while ago, I drew a mechanical moth, which I think someone once wrote me about using as the basis for a tattoo.
OH! And speaking of tattoos, Sloth and Manatee are in New Zealand! Jessica wrote and asked about having them become a tattoo, and selected this design, and they EVEN GOT THE LIL PAINT CANS IN THERE and I’m just delighted. Thank you Jessica for writing and asking and sharing pictures!! What a lovely job.
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A bit of Goofing Around
This isn’t done, or even really started all the way, but it’s a motif I’m thinking about, bein’ a little boom box out there in the world. Let’s see where that goes -
That’s enough of these shenanigans for now!
May you be both near and far, may you hang out with a beautiful moth, won’t you be my neighbor?