Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Butterflies are FREE

 While Merrily Madly Snapping the passion flower, this butterfly lifted up from the other side of the fence right in front of my camera, flitting fast and hard to catch. (note: we found what happened to all the buds. ANTS big ones. we had 4 new buds and they are black with ants, bye bye ants, Bobby Appleseed is headed your way)

What do moths learn in school?  MOTHMATICS

What do you get if you cross a firefly and a moth ?
An insect who can find its way around a dark wardrobe !

How do stones stop moths eating your clothes ?
Because rolling stones gather no moths !

Clinging to a Curly Cue, hang in there Mommy
What is a myth ?
A female moth !
Why did the moth nibble a hole in the carpet ?
He wanted to see the floor show !
What's the biggest moth in the world ?
A mammoth !


SquirrelQueen said...

I love your photos of the passion flower vine and the butterfly, that would look great printed.

Glad you solved the problem of the missing buds. I like and will tolerate most insects except ants.

Snapper II said...

Great Post and a ho ho ho LOL.

That fence makes a great back groung for these photos.

LC said...

When we first moved to our present home more than four decades agothere was a passion flower vine blooming like crazy on the fence. I must not have taken appropriate care of it because one season it was gone!.

Your jokes this a.m. were mothly funny.

Mama-Bug said...

Just beautiful! So glad this butterfly decided to pose for you.

From the Kitchen said...

There are a lot of Monarch butterflies around this year. I heard that it's a good sign--of what, I don't know.

Glad you are back to "funnies".


Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

That first photo is especially beautiful of the butterfly and passion flower against the fence!

diane b said...

I love the butterfly hanging off the tendril. Like your jokes too.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Yahoo, at least you know now what is eating your flowers. MAN, you have some hungry ants to eat like that.
NOW that was a photo shoot and more. The butterfly in all its glory doing tricks for you and being a ham about it hanging from the tentacle. Could not be more perfect than that.

Remington said...

Great pictures! Thanks for the smiles! I can always count on you!

DawnTreader said...

Well if birds and dinosaurs are related why not moths and mammoths - hahaha.

EG Wow said...

Gotta love a butterfly that wants to be photographed!

The passionflower looks so huge. I have a passionflower blooming in my sunroom at the moment...but the blossoms look much smaller.

Ginny said...

i love that second picture of the passionate butterfly! So, ants!!! And huge ones, who would have thought? But why no pictures of them??? Are you slacking off?

George said...

I hope Bobby Appleseed was able to save the buds on your flower. You got great pictures of the butterflies.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

These are beautiful pics of the butterfly and the gorgeous flower!

Ann said...

Ants, yuck, I hate them. I have to deal with them every year on my peonies. At least they are supposed to be there though.
You cracked me up with all the moth jokes

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Sandra, I love all of your crazy little jokes.... Cute!!!!!!

Great set of pictures. I love to watch butterflies ---but you can keep the ants.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh Sandra I loved your jokes - I needed to laugh tonight. My grandson loves them too by the way, Mothmatics!

S. Etole said...

What a fun series of photos and jokes!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Hubby just said from the other room "you cooking something"..smells like somethings burning" It WAS out cereal!! Yikes..well, these are just the prettiest images with the butterfly and purple passion! I'm so glad you found out who the culprits were!! We just had to take care of that problem as well. They can be so devastating.
Sandra, it is Thursday all ready..wishing you a wonderful afternoon~

KleinsteMotte said...

Well I love those snaps and your humour too. The answers set in a reddish font were hard for me to read though. I guess one day I'll learn a trick to optimize colours my vision.