Phone Photos from NC

A GIANT dust mite at the Museum of Life and Science.

A gravestone in the cemetery at Ayr Mount

Flamingos at the NC Zoo

My little pal Chelsea, now 18, waiting for me to go to bed so she can lick my forehead and purr so loudly that I can’t get to sleep. She’s a little frail these days, but still rules the house.

Giant bee! Giant bee!
Just think of the honey this baby produces..


  1. Todd Mason says:

    I wondered, upon seeing the mite staue, where that photo of me might've come from.

  2. K. A. Laity says:

    Todd "The Mite" Mason — I think it works. I will now popularise it on the list.It was part of a big display on allergies and how they affect you (aimed at kids). Fun museum.

  3. Enid Wilson says:

    The giant bee and mice look great! We have big banana and big apple here too. Bargain with the Devil

  4. Cemetery!Good to see you making time for important things….;-)

  5. I chose a random pub to stand in for you. Don't know your favorite London pub. Hope we meet there in our retirement.

  6. K. A. Laity says:

    Cranky, I always think of you when I step into a cemetery and sing your praises ("..and if she were here, she could tell you…").

  7. Anonymous says:

    The geekyZone proposes that:Costume be made ala Silver Age DC style for…*TODD MITE*!

  8. Todd Mason says:

    Well, the thing about mites is that you can't See them.One way in which I don't actually resemble a mite…sadly, I'm hard to miss in most circumstances.

  9. K. A. Laity says:

    I dunno — I can kind of see the series already, "The Mighty Mite!" with the Mite himself in Kirby pose ready to uh, fight… dust?

  10. Chuckie58 says:

    So…would our Aussie friends refer to him as Toddiemite?

  11. K. A. Laity says:

    Ah… not touching that one, Chuckie. HA HA HA!!!

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