So, literally, for the sake of human survival, please stop using at least this one pesticide by Bayer!
via More Evidence Points to Pesticide as Cause of Mass Bee Deaths.
"A new study published in Naturwissenschaften — The Science of Nature by a leading bee expert provides damning evidence that a widely-used pesticide, even at low levels, is responsible for the recent catastrophic decline in honey bees. Dr. Jeff Pettis of the USDA’s Bee Research Laboratory in Beltsville, MD led the study."
Chandler's a good dog. He's been through a lot in this life and will probably never fully recover. Never fully trust anyone again. I know the feeling. Maybe that's what we have in common. Whatever it is, I just love the heck out of that dog.
And now he's getting old, like me. Blind in one eye. Mostly blind, anyway. Losing his hearing. You can't scold him. Well, go ahead, but he won't hear you, and if you're on his left side, he won't see you. His favorite thing to do is sleep. When he's awake, his favorite thing is peeing on things. That's about the only bad habit he has.
He's better than me that way.
Chandler hanging out, Elizabeth and Chandler, Chandler again