Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Cheeky Caterpillars

These guys are working as fast as they can to destroy what is left of my tomatoes. Tomato hornworms and tobacco hornworms are cheeky caterpillars - how dare they eat my dinner!
I am amazed at how fast these guys destroyed my plants before I caught them in the act!

There is an analogy for sin here! Sin is a cheeky caterpillar! Kill it before it destroys your fruit!

1 comment:

Bean said...

YucKo! Thankfully no horn worms on our toms this year. They are sneaky, and until you find one, so hard to spot. They sure do have voracious appetites, and we have always discovered them because we noticed leaves were missing from our plants. Oh, horn worms, they just give me the heebiejeebies big time.
Like your analogy, and sin also disguises itself and can do a lot of damage undercover before the damage becomes apparent to all.