Tuesday, July 23, 2019

A CHILD IS LIKE....AUTHOR UNKNOWN

A child is like a butterfly in the wind.
 Some can fly higher than others,
But each one flies the best it can. 
 Why compare one against the other?
Each one is different!
 Each one is special!
 Each one is beautiful!



Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your day.



31 comments:

  1. SO true! Your photos are breathtaking!!

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  2. Beautiful! Such wise thoughts and gorgeous photos Denise, thank you :D)

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    1. Thank you Sue, and these wise thoughts are good reminders :)

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  3. Lovely! I am impressed by how the light shines through the wings.

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    1. Thanks Linda :) Their wings are so delicate and the sun was at just the right angle. I was very lucky with the light.

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    1. Obrigado :) Gostaria de lhe desejar uma boa semana também.

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  5. Beautiful butterfly. It is such a pity they don't last long enough to be seen by more folk.

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    1. If it only could be so :) Thank you Valerie!

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  6. Love all your butterfly pictures. Nice quote, too, and oh so true.

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    1. Thanks Linda :) Glad you liked both photos and quote.

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  7. Lovely! The monarch did a good job posing for your camera. The poem is a reminder that higher is not necessarily better. :)

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    1. Thank you Penelope, I was very lucky with the butterfly and couldn't agree more :)

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  8. A beautiful butterfly, I painted a similar on a pillow. Very clever words. :)

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    1. Thank you Lucyna, I would love to see your pillow :)

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  9. several of these photos look like the butterfly is made from stained glass.. awesome photos of a beautiful butterfly.

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    1. A good description Sandra, and thank you :)

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  10. This is very meaningful to me as I watched children do this over my 37 year career.

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    1. So happy that it does Red, I just know that every one of your students would have been very lucky to have you teach them all those years.

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  11. You beautifully showed the colors of the butterfly, you can see that you have the ability to take pictures

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  12. Such lovely thoughts along with your pretty photos of the Eastern Yellow Tiger Swallowtail. It's so nice when they emerge and show their beauty.

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    1. Hello Martha Ellen, and thank you, how very true that is :)

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  13. Stunning photos, well done. Have a good day, Diane

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    1. Thank you Diane, the butterflies certainly liked this hot humid weather we have been having :)

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  14. Perfect! I want my granddaughter and her husband to see this as they parent three very different from each other youngsters!

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