48 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

    • Excellent. I mean look at that face! Picture’s crap because it’s through my dirty bedroom window, but still. πŸ˜‰
      Happy Wednesday to you!


  1. Q

    The look of indignancy on his face is priceless. It’s a prime candidate for a meme when you really think about it. And yeah, I can understand how he might be miffed at the idea that you weren’t looking out for him. These little peeps tend to occupy a place as if they own it. Maybe they were army commanders in their past lives.

    Meanwhile, on the other end of the equation, you’ve got peace and love. Not interested in owning a thing, just grateful to borrow some of nature’s goodness.

    When you really think about this supposedly light and airy WW post, it seems pretty political. But as an American, I just can’t relate to that, at all. πŸ˜‰


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    • Dear Rochelle,

      It was priceless to see him chewing away, enjoying his dandelion snack, notice me, stop moving altogether, the hightail it under my deck!

      The butterfly, however, barely stayed still!

      So glad you enjoyed my friend.

      Shalom and Lotsa expressive love,


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        • I did too! I am particularly pissed at myself for being a tad too close with my phone because the angle was rather cool (on one of my run/walks) They really are mesmerizing and, having done the no-mow-may, I had a shit-ton of ’em πŸ˜‰
          As I was mowing them on Sunday, I felt so guilty as a bunch of blue butterflies started flittering away… sigh.

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  2. Awww! You take fabulous nature shots.
    That butterfly is as downy as the dandelion.
    And that little critter… If he lived with me I would hold him, and love him, and kiss him, and hug him, and call him George! ⚑️πŸ’₯

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