A Curious Visit!
On the Bog (with Kat, Bear, & Wogs)

On the Bog. Mary Kate Kopec. Love and Big Hugs!

A Curious Visit!

New visitors to the Bog stirred the creatures far and wide - along with Kat, Bear, and Wogs - with joyful curiosity, and BIG HOPES!

It was a delightfully warm and sunny spring day!  The rains had greened everything up, and bright, yellow dandelions dotted the soft, plush, green grass.

A happy chorus of cheerful chirps, squeaks, quacks, and buzzy flights filled the air.

With their picnic camp all set up, Kat, Bear, and Wogs settled in for an afternoon of fun and merry onlooking!

Mr. and Mrs. Mallard swam, and munched, and explored all throughout the little pond they’d found, poking their beaks into the cattails, looking for private places to nestle.

To the gleeful anticipation of their onlookers, the ducks were deciding if this might be The Right Pond for them.

Kat (raising the binocs to get a better peek):  I hope they move in!  We might get to see baby ducks!!!

Wogs (reaching for the camera to catch some snaps):  This is a great pond!  We could get lucky!

Bear (loving their exciting picnic day together and thinking baby ducks would definitely be super cute): Mrow!

Bee Kind. Mary Kate Kopec. Love and Big Hugs!

Beeeeee Kind to yourself today!  Give yourself some love!  Take a moment to pause.  Breathe.  Let go.  Just be.

Be in this moment.  Beeee LOVE!

Give gratitude for this beautiful day ... our happy time together.  Give gratitude for your beautiful body ... mind ... and soul!  Give gratitude for the Big Love in your heart and all the delights you share!

I'm hugging you SO BIG!  Thank you for sharing this bright moment with me, and taking this deep, rejuvenating breath with me!  I am so happy you are here!

ps: I also want to share a gentle reminder to beeee kind to the bees as well.  We desperately need them.  They love dandelions and other pollen producing flowers.  Help them out ... leave some water out nearby ... don't use pesticides and herbicides on your flowers (including dandelions).  Together we can save the bees, and the bees can help save us!

Love and Big Hugs Mary Kate

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