Bug for “O” stories voting

I bug, but there’s no love for The Alphabet Challenge “O” Stories. Voting has stopped in its tracks and it ain’t budging. 

The writers are at a loss to explain the sudden dearth of voters. Worse yet, it appears the stories are getting some eyes on them . . . OK, I exaggerate a bit . . . no one has looked at them for the past few days, but before that, we were getting a minimum of four views per day on each story . . . and few of those people voted. Probably a statement about our writing talents.  

As useless as it might be, I’ll mention it again . . . if you’ve not already done so — please read the stories and then cast a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge O-Stories” are HERE.<<link

On the last post, I mentioned the game “find the bug” . . . as it happens, I have a great candidate for the game . . .

Do you see the bug?

How about now?

Here . . . a little closer . . .

OK, some of you might have seen it by now . . . for everyone else . . .  

And for them who just can’t see it . . .

. . . it’s a pretty young specimen. And, it didn’t get there on its own; I put it there after I found it here . . .

I needed to refill the feeder, so I just moved it next to the flowers and it calmly walked off. I don’t know if it was trying to catch bees. There are small flies that come by the feeders, but they are very small (not much larger than gnats).

The new Gallery of reminders photos is HERE<<<Link. The details are even better there than here.

For them who have already read and voted, a different kind of treat . . .

. . . HERE<<link is a link to a post from 2015. A dog having fun . . . and me photographing it having fun.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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