Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
Great pictures today. I've never seen the butterfly mating dance before, quite interesting. lol I don't know why Gerbera's flowers get distorted sometimes. My grandmother had one that grew two on the same stem.
Great shot of your "frisky" butterflies!
P.S. I added you to my faves on my birding blog!
Curious little fellow,that inch worm. The butterflies are neat.I am glad to meet your husband and his mother and father.Patsy
I beg to differ with you. I have the best husband in the world. It is great to feel that way.
Okay Leedra, you may have a great husband too. Thanks for the wonderful comments, ya'll are the best...thank you Shellmo for adding me to your list....
Darla: What a great series of photos. You did a nice job on them all. Loved the inchwormThere are so many varieties of Sedum it is amazing. you ought to do a search to just see the how many.
hey darla, loved the capture of the mating rituals of your butterflies! the inch worm is so neat. i'm sorry but i have best hubby in the world! nice to see him and his parents. glad you got rain too and the sky love it.
Hi Darla, I see I am right behind my sister Marmee here. That happens a lot these days now that she is blogging too.Do you know the name of that Bromeliad? I have lots of it but don't know the name. Aren't they wonderful bloomers? all year long. I've been seeing a lot of that dancing mating dance these days... and they hang out in the lawn for the longest time.Meems @Hoe&Shovel
Great pictures! Loved the butterflies and the inchworm! I love all the comments about best husbands...that's sweet. Glad to know strong marriages are alive and well! I'm so thankful for mine--coming up on 40 years! (So, as you may guess, he's a sweetie, too!)
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