Mint. (adj.) meaning new, fresh, sweet, brilliant, awesome.
Being a teacher sometimes has it's perks, for sure. I got to play host to twenty or so silkworms in my classroom, and I decided to sneak three of them home to meet Lilly. She loved holding the little caterpillars, giggling at how sticky their feet were.
When they made cocoons for themselves, it was pretty exciting, but not quite as exiting as the day when Mr. Moth came out. Mr. Moth was fuzzy and had the coolest little antenna that looked a bit like little eyebrows. He doesn't fly much. He just searches for Mrs. Moth and tries to make little eggs with her. My four year old squealed with excitement as she got to hold Mr. Moth, and Jack wanted in on the action, too. It's been a really great experience hosting these little moths. I think we may try some Praying Mantis eggs next year.
(say hello to Mr. Moth)
So, watching Mr. and Mrs. Moth flutter around, and knowing how short their life span is, it made me start thinking... We have a short time here on this planet. We need to make our mark. We need to shine.
David Gray- Shine
Have a fantastic week.