It’s almost time to start thinking about what you might plant in your garden. I encourage you to plant a few larval food plants so that you may get to watch a butterfly happen in your own backyard.

Beautiful Butterfly, Share your Magic!

 

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8 responses to this post.

  1. […] Geographic series on Great Migrations that Michelle recent featured.  And the critical point that she mentioned, It’s almost time to start thinking about what you might plant in your garden. I encourage you to […]

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  2. Hope you both have a nice weekend my friend.. Love and Blessings to you xx Sue

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    • Hi Dreamwalker! Thank you, and I hope you also have a nice weekend.

      Thanks for your earlier comment too. I’ve been distracted the past few days and the time is challenging as I write, but this too shall pass.

      I’ve had you on my mind, hoping all is well, and also looking forward to visiting your blog. Concentrating is hard right now, but please remember that I haven’t forgotten your beautiful sanctuary and my heart is filled with warmth from the love and energy you send my way.

      As to ‘Dogkisses’ realm, 🙂 I think you mean my idea about another blog. I have many visions and feelings about it, so I’m sure there is a ‘transformation’ taking place.

      Thank you for your friendship, and your continued support and encouragement,
      Love, Michelle xoxoxo

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  3. gorgeous! thanks for sharing. butterflies are special creatures. they and dragon flies are like fairies of the bug world.

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    • Hi Phylor, I’m so glad you enjoyed the video. It is lovely, and there is a series from National Geographic “Great Migrations” (Maybe I said that in my post). It’s awesome and worth watching a few of the videos. And yes indeed, they are the little fairies aren’t they.
      Wishing you well, and sending you some cyber fairy dust!
      Michelle. xoxoxo

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  4. Love to see this transformation take place Michelle, and I hope this means some transformation is happening within the Dogkisses realm ??
    Love and Blessings to you and Keep Flying 🙂 xxx

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  5. That’s lovely. May ‘borrow’ that for this Sunday’s post in Learning from Dogs.

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    • Hi Paul, Yes, is a lovely video. I realized after reblogging it that I had posted it about this same time last year. I’m excited about the butterflies because my son and I are involved in horticulture therapy with the NC Botanical Gardens and they have many plants to feed the butterflies and caterpillars. I can’t wait!

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