Well, I spent from about 9pm Saturday night,
until about 9am Monday morning, fighting a
fever of bubonic proportions. 105 at one reading.
It was an experience. Fighting the summer bug.
Also this summer, we had on several different
occasions, battling ticks. I believe all of us at
one point, except me, had one removed from
their persons this year.
And if that's not enough, the mosquitoes and
the flies have gotten to a rather annoying point
in recent days. Not that they aren't always
a nuisance, but the level of their annoyance
has been rising quite quickly.
Enter: The cross orb.
Last summer, I was very adamant that a
beast of this nature must be destroyed.
They are down right scary looking and
as I found out later, rather harmless to
humans (especially my babies.)
Add to my info this:
Diet: flying insects, such as, flies and mosquitoes.
Oh how the ugly duckling turned into the swan
with that little bit of information in my brain.
SO, goodbye Mr. fly and Mrs. mosquito.
You are now on the entree list of my new
friend. I guess you could say as far as
the flying pests are concerned... my family
is now protected and covered by the cross.
For the message of the cross
is foolishness to those who are
perishing, but to us who are
being saved it is the power of God.
1 Corinthians 1:18 NIV