She wore delicate lace
Spread her wings in a scalloped gown....Dipped her dress in the sun
as if it were made of gold....
from tree to lowly tree
Monday, August 04, 2008
Blogging & Bloggers,
Beautiful butterfly pictures. Thanks for sharing.
That's a beautiful sequence of shots and I like the words too.
I read this in my reader and there were no pictures. I didn't think of a butterfly either. Just saying. Beautiful Mimi. Have a great day. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)
Gorgeous pictures and wonderful commentary along with it. This was a visual and verbal poem.
Lee - My camera skills are nothing compared to yours but it was fun and kind of magical actually. Thanks.Carver - Thank you. I had fun with it.Sandee - If you didn't think of a butterfly then I accomplished what I set out to do.Thanks.Charles - Thank you very much.
Wait til Chicklet sees the Monarch... a post fit for a Queen indeed!
Stunning Mimi... I can't wait to show Justine :)
Such lovely words and beautiful photos Mimi.
Such a beautiful post Mimi! Thank you for bringing it into my world today :)
Avoiding Mom with the old "I gotta shoot some butterflies" gambit...
Anndi - Hope she likes it and giggles a lot. She's so sweet.Dawn - The first thing I thought was 'I wonder if they will land on me too!" But they did.I don't have the magic she does I suppose...Akelamalu- Thank you little Hawaaian girl.Shannon - You are quite welcome. The butterfly let me take as many pics as I wanted. She posed!
Bud - You know me so well....
Mimi, all i have to say is Thank-you. You are truly a special person for writing these inspirational words. This is by far the sweetest thing anyone could have done for me and you will always have my eternal gratitude.Thank you from the bottom of my heart.Peace & Love always,Justine.
Justine - You are a special young lady - and a lovely butterfly....Good luck as you go out on your own and conquer the world. Don't forget about those wishes now. They will serve you well.
beautiful Mimi....I think you tagged me for sumthin but I forget....
Wonderful pictures - this was beautiful.
How very gorgeous!
Mimi, you hide such a warm, gentle, considerate soul under your Queenly guise. You're like an M&M. Sweet chocolate inside a hard, candy-coated outer shell! ; )I have 3 daughters. I really relate to their developing beauty, like the butterfly you wrote about, and to their flight. It all happened so quickly. Sometimes it feels like it was a dream.Thanks, my Queen.Do you have daughters?
Bond - Do not pretend Mister that you know nothing of this meme. Off to the dungeon with ya!P.S. Welcome back, my friend.Trish - Thank you! I was lucky yesterday.Lux - Butterflies are so exquisite.
Ferd - No one has ever described me as hard-shelled before. Ouch. Although I suppose having a dungeon warrants the definition. I really prefer the soft chocolate comment!It is fun to play the Queen with a dungeon for meme-dodgers (an accidental crowning....long story) and Mimi Pencil Skirt on my blog. Most of my readers can filter out the real me with the character by now and have learned to read between the lines.....your assessment is "interesting" to say the least. I do try to be real.In real life and on the blog.Of course, I don't wear a crown to the grocery store. Ha!And no, I do not have daughters - one of the truest sorrows of my life (and a story yet to be told on this blog) but I would have loved more than anything having a little girl. Or two.A pencil skirt without a girl child?Oh please. Doesn't seem fair now does it?I can relate to the developing butterly (like Justine and your own daughters)....it is a perfect metamorphosis of life.
Pretty words and pretty pictures. I like!
The "hard shell" part was a big, fat joke, indeed referring to the queen's dungeon. She must have not seen the ; )I'm in awe of Mimi of the BlogBlast for Peace, and I love her sweet chocolate core! She leaves her chocolaty fingerprints in everything she writes. Being a chocoholic, I just can't get enough!
Lovely photos and beautiful words! Thanks for sharing! And for stopping by my blog too.. :) Have a great day!
Oh my! Do you keep your camera on the nightstand by your crown so you never forget either?
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