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From Faded to Fluorescent

The American Painted Lady is a frequent visitor to the front yard butterfly bush. A bit more muted than most, this butterfly is often mistaken for a moth, especially with its furry body. One way to tell that it is … Continue reading

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You Can Call Me Flower If You Want To

Yesterday was a dreary, drizzly kind of day, but in the late afternoon the clouds parted and the sun popped out in all its brilliance.  This pinkish-purple Peony looked so vibrant, still dripping with raindrops, that I had to grab … Continue reading

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Butterfly Beauty

Is there anyone who isn’t captivated by butterflies? I was mesmerized as I watched this creature flit about the flowers in our front yard. The beauty of a butterfly stirs hope in me.  If God can turn a creepy caterpillar into … Continue reading

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