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Not to be confused with Heart’s song of the 70’s, Dog and Butterfly.

Continuing The Alphabet Game, my ongoing series about the things that I love—from A to Z—today I’m on the Bold & the Beautiful letter B:

Blogging and Butterflies

I’ll skip the details about blogging (for now); you all know how awesome it is to blog. As for butterflies, they’re a bit like the ocean, lightning, sunsets, rainbows, and other wonders of nature—they’re beautiful in photographs, but seeing them with your own eyes is simply magical.

I mentioned before that it was time I started planning some things. Well, I checked into where these beauties can be found, and The Coronado Butterfly Preserve is a two hour drive up the coast.

According to their site, the best time to visit is between November and February—with peak viewing in December & January—just in time for my winter break. So… it looks like I’ve got some plans to make!

Of course, this all circles back to my love of blogging; I’ll have an interesting story to tell, and (hopefully) some amazing butterfly images to share. I’ll keep you all posted on this one.

Until later, Peace & Love!

12 thoughts on “Blog and Butterfly

  1. Irene says:

    What a great idea – the Alphabet Game. Sounds challenging but fun. 🙂

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    1. Janet says:

      Well, so far it’s easy but I have a long way to go! Thanks Irene 🙂

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  2. I’ve been having a blast this summer photographing butterflies. The yellow monarchs have been especially stunning. I tried to photograph this lovely little butterfly with gray wings and a tiny red circle about the size of its eyes. I’ve not been able to identify it. Any ideas?

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    1. Janet says:

      Awesome! I only see a few in my yard and they move fast. No idea on the red dot butterfly but I bet I could find out. Will let you know…

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      1. I tried consulting Google Images, but no luck.

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      2. Janet says:

        Same here. It’s a mystery.

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      3. Janet says:

        Was it a Gray Hairstreak?

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  3. Zael Sealing says:

    I enjoy how energetic and enthusiastic you are–and that you bring us things we might not otherwise get to experience ❤ I no longer see/hear seagulls without thinking of you 🙂

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    1. Janet says:

      Oh thank you Z! I am glad the birds remind you of me. 😄❤

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      1. Zael Sealing says:

        It’s very cute, too, that you call me “Z”–I LIKE that a LOT 🙂 ❤

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      2. Janet says:

        Haha! Well let’s hope you stick around awhile. 😉 it may take me awhile to get to the letter “Z.”

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      3. Zael Sealing says:

        I’m hopeful that maybe I’ll be here awhile–“God numbers our days” 🙂 Speaking of birds again, I’ll be writing about crows in the next day or so…something’s up with the ones in my neighborhood! 🙂

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