There can never be too many butterflies!!!

My husband and I enjoyed the other butterflies as equally as we loved the blue butterflies. Each one was mesmerizing. Each one made me….breathe….sigh…wow…then breathe some more.

There is that little bird that I had a conversation with. Is he not the cutest thing EVER!!!!!

After we left the butterflies and birds I wanted to go to Paynes prairie to watch the sunset. It was flooded so we parked on the side of the road for a few minutes until I got to cold when it is not flooded there is a boardwalk that I like to take my scooter out on and look out over the prairie! But I did snap a few shots right on the side of the road. I had my husband driving me EVERYWHERE!

I came home and promptly got warm and in my bed. Poor man still had to go grocery shopping at 7pm on Sunday. So I get to post all of these pictures of our wonderful day.

It could not have been better.

14 thoughts on “There can never be too many butterflies!!!

  1. So beautiful! I have always wanted to go see them when I lived up North in Michigan. They were yearly at a place called Meijer Gardens. How fantastic it must have been. I hope my kids get a chance to see them someday. Thank you for sharing your photos! I love the landscapes also. I could stare at such forever

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  2. Wow! These are gorgeous!! 🙂

    Bethany, tomorrow is my mom (Kae from Buckets on a Barefoot Beach)’s birthday.

    She will not tell anyone on her blog, but I think she would be so delighted to hear birthday tidings from her very dear WP friends 🙂 🙂


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