Soulful Thoughts of Rachel

This is my life. It is my one time to be me. I want to experience every good thing. ~ Maya Angelou

A Butterfly’s Journey

I was browsing through some blog pictures online and saw this lovely monarch butterfly inside a glass container. It reminded me of the time when my son brought home a caterpillar from school. I placed it inside a glass container including the piece of leafy branch it come with. After a few days I was […]

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Camera Critters #27

Visit more Camera Critters participants here. This photo is courtesy of my son’s Kindergarten teacher. It was taken during the Kindergarten field trip to the butterfly farm.  The kids including my son had a wonderful time appreciating lovely butterflies.

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Camera Critters #24

Visit more Camera Critters participants here.   AN IRISH BLESSING “May the wings of the butterfly kiss the sun. And find your shoulder to light on. To bring you luck, happiness and riches. Today, tomorrow and beyond.”

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Camera Critters #21

Visit more Camera Critters participants here. I saw this chrysalis fastened to a leaf in our garden. At first I feared that it’s cling will loosen due to the constant rain. Despite the persistent rain, it remained strong.  I admire how something that looks so fragile can withstand a heavy downpour. After ten days, something […]

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Letting Go

Letting go of something or someone you care for is hard. However, there are times when you have to let go to ensure a brighter future. If letting go equates to a life of happiness, how can you say no? My son’s caterpillar has emerged from its chrysalis. The green caterpillar transformed into a pretty […]

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Camera Critters #20

Visit more Camera Critters participants here. I’ve been seeing this butterfly in our garden for three days now. I was able to get close enough to take a picture of it yesterday.  I admire how strong and determined it seems despite its tattered wings.

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