Well, thanks to you fellow nature lovers out there,
I learned what the little caterpillar,
I showed you in my last post,
was going to turn in to.....
A beautiful Gulf Fritillary butterfly.
Most of the other caterpillars
were lunch for the birds I believe,
but I did see and capture one
and now have it in a jar
with it's food,
the passion vine.
I want to see it turn from caterpillar,
to crysalis, to butterfly.
Have you ever done that?
Beautiful and graceful, varied and enchanting,
small but approachable,
butterflies lead you to the sunny side of life.
And everyone deserves a little sunshine.
SEA GLASS or
Barbara of http://pinelandstreasures.blogspot.com/
sent me some New Jersey shore sea glass.
Thanks Barbara, I love it!
I took one of the green pieces
and made this....
Just a little something with wire, beads
and a little dragonfly.
I have it hanging on the lamp in my office.
The other pieces she sent me,
I have in a hand blown glass bowl,
with some other little treasures.
This is to remind me that
each piece is unique,
intriquing and with a
I have learned that there is a
National Seaglass Association
They have a very interesting publication called
If you love collecting seaglass,
you may want to check it out.
Savor the Day!