There was a tiny lizard-thing in my sun room today! He went to the door, so I let him out… and he just sort of moseyed out the door and stopped to drink rain water out of a small puddle. It was adorable. I kept trying to get him to move so I could shut the door, but he wouldn’t really budge.
My dad wanted me to keep the door open so he could come back in, if he wanted. We run a lizard B&B.
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Factoid of the Week:
Peppermint has been referenced in Greek mythology; the nymph ‘Mentha’ angered Persephone so much she was punished by transformation into its plant form, emitting the powerful smell any time she was touched. Beyond myth, Aristotle believed the herb to be a natural aphrodisiac, and Alexander the Great was rumored to forbid soldiers to consume peppermint for fear that it conjured erotic and distracting feelings.
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