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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Sharing papaya with nature.

I was guilty of looking down more than looking up. So must so that I missed picking the ripe papaya. Then one day, I saw an over ripe papaya, mutilated by nature ..... hidden behind rows of potted parsley...

I was guilty again for not recognizing that nature would love to test my generosity too, only this time by pure accident or rather sheer negligence...





what do they think, these creatures as they bore and bite?




17 comments:

  1. I always like your sense of humor. ;)
    Rosey

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  2. Bangchik, I like your sense of humor too :)

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  3. A little bit for everyone... you are most kind to share!

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  4. it is not a total waste, the nutrients will go into the bugs and back into the soil, and be recycled into the next thing you grow. it is part of life in the garden. I tell my son, the 'vitamins' go back into the dirt...they feed the next plants. don't feel too guilty.

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  5. ??? You pose some interesting questions! Maybe, "eat. eat. eat. eat. eat. eat. eat"

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  6. It seems that all creatures enjoy papaya.

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  7. 'Shoo fly...Shoo!" Well, maybe it was a little too over-ripe for our taste. I'm craving papaya now!

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  8. yummy ..lol craving papaya now also !
    thank you for stopping by glad you enjoyed the show. hugs, Cherry

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  9. I want to know who made that big hole? Certainly not the flies!

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  10. These things happen. Don't be too hard on yourself! Val

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  11. Looks too ripe to ignore. The shrews in my garden will even get into the house if they smell papayas!

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  12. LOL! Just proves nothing goes to waste in nature.

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  13. Thanks everyone for the visits and comments. We are a component of the big web of nature. Sharing is a way to go......

    ~bangchik

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  14. Here goes a nice papaya salad for the bug, may be next time enjoy more blue sky.

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  15. Thanks vuejardin... yes, next time should enjoy more blue sky!
    ~bangchik

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