When I was a child and we used to drive across the Colorado plains and fields, we would find our front grill and many times our front windshield covered in bugs when we got home. That no longer happens anywhere we drive. Scientists discovered several years ago that not only pollinators, but all the other important insects were in serious decline. Some say as much as 70%! If you are not a "buggy" person I am sorry. A decline in any and all insects threatens our very existence as well as many of the birds and that whole tapestry of living beings on this planet. We are all connected.
So, I took a stroll in my garden and photographed the more lovely of these flying and crawling creatures hoping it will lift your spirits. (The next time there is a bug in your house, please scrap it up gently with paper and take it outside.)
That Zebra Swallowtail above is on my oregano.