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November 15, 2011



Steph, I can't wait to see your monarch displays. I feel an inner connection with the monarch, going back to childhood. You do such beautiful work!


we are
flying together...
just bound the first
tiny butterfly dreaming journal
I am creating little shines
for the found wing collection...

wish we lived closer
still golden - mid 50's
still wearing polka dot flip flops
must read - about Methuselah...

xox - eb.


Thanks so much for sharing the story of the Methuselah... and I wish I could see your work! Love your stamps... roxanne

lyle baxter

like EB I wish we lived closer! I'd love to see your collection at the show! our butterflys have flown till next year but it is a pleasure to look at yours! loved the story of Uncle Methuselah! My mother used to say she felt as old as he was. now that I'm catching up I begin to understand! sometimes being a butterfly would be nice! lyle

karen cole

I am changing my name to Methuselah. I am feeling really old and I love to fly....:-)

I love what you are doing with the butterflies Stephanie.

Happy November. xo K


Love what you are doing with the butterflies. My Friday PPF has to do with buttflies as well. How strange that after reading the same book you did as well as Fran, the butterflies keep lingering in our being. Nice work. Have a great Wednesday.


Amazing journal page...love the colors and the arrangement of the monarchs. This is one of my favorites for sure!

Queenie Believe

Beautiful image!
Thank you.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie


I just finished reading "The Butterfly's Daughter" with so many interesting facts about the Monarch and a story about family that is unbearably sweet. The Monarch has much to teach us!

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