Last year I didn’t plant a butterfly garden because I had just moved in to a new home. This year, thanks to a wonderful friend who gave me the seeds, I did plant one. The rewards are worth the time and effort. The realtor who sold me the house gave me a patio swing as… Continue reading Sunday Slideshow-Butterflies in the Garden
“What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly.” Richard Bach (from The Painter’s Keys) Change happens to everybody sooner or later, some planned, some unplanned. Planned changes in art take care and timing. It sounds easy but isn’t always. People get used to a certain style from an artist… Continue reading Shedding the Cocoon
Butterfly Kaleidoscope Remembering the butterflies of summer is a reminder that spring is on the way. These bright bits of moving color will liven up the winter days.
Buckeye Butterflies On a cold rainy December day, a look back at last summer’s butterflies seemed like a good thing.
Backyard Butterfly Theatre Company During the hot summer days, the butterflies in the backyard got bored and decided to put on a few theatre productions to entertain the caretaker of the backyard. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice was the first production. That was because the Monarch felt he could only play a part worthy of his… Continue reading Sunday Slideshow–Backyard Butterfly Theatre Company