My ignorance will be on display today. What do you call this flying bug? I call this a moth. Is it? I have no idea. I'm not completely up to date on my moth scholarship. Some might call this a miller. If the flying moth-like bug had tan, creme colored wings Mom called them millers. I'm pretty lax when it comes to my bug hierarchy too. I'll go out on a limb here (bugs do that) and say that moths, caterpillars and butterflies are related in some way. Some sort of extended family. You know, the moth being that quirky uncle who always showed up late on Thanksgiving a bit disheveled and little inebriated. I do enjoy the stories on "Moth Radio Hour", but I have a pretty good idea the two (bugs and tese stories) are not related. And yes, it's true. Someone better get to cleaning out this birdhouse. Looks like a mouse or two have been 'playing house' here. I'm all over the place this morning. Anyone up on their bug knowledge today? Moth? Miller? Or maybe something else?