Well, another year down and more to come. This year has seen so many things happen in the world and sadly too many of them were tragic and just downright ugly! I won’t delve into those things but instead will … Continue reading
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Jack Frost and Susie Snowflake here need to win an award for the energy they put into their characters. As you can see the little guy was transfixed (or perhaps totally stunned, notice the grip on his stroller tray) by … Continue reading
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For Throwback Thursday I decided to pull out some images from Christmas Traditions in St. Charles, Missouri past. And my favorite “Santa” Julenisse and his goat Yuley. This year’s Julenisse is a ginger with a full red real beard.
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Our whole gang – three adults, one teenager, one pre-teen and the sweet little nugget – went to the St. Charles, Missouri Christmas Traditions event one afternoon. My son was a bit nonchalant about the whole thing while the rest … Continue reading
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But still so beautiful. I’m taking a guess that because of the wing pattern seen here, that both sides are the same.
At least to me! This lovely little butterfly had wings that appeared even more delicate than usual. I’m guessing it could be a glasswing butterfly. Feel free to help identify. I’d appreciate it 🙂