Monday, July 11, 2011

Do you remember this back in the 1970's





I saw the play with the Bennie in the late 1970's and when I see a butterfly


in my garden I think,Butterflies really are free.





I have a baby sweet bell pepper. Grow baby grow!

Lynda and I have been sharing

memory's of us southern girls and how close we came to being neighbors at the navy base subdivision in Quonset Point Rhode Island in the 1950--1960's. then later in Tennessee. If you were there too let us know.

7 comments:

Mildred said...

Patsy, Your butterfly photos are so nice. Looks like they love the blackberry lilies too!!!

That is so neat about you and Lynda sharing memories. Let us know if anyone else was there.

You and Bennie stay cool this afternoon.

Sunray Gardening said...

Your Butterfly photos are gorgeous!
Cher Sunray Gardens

Becca's Dirt said...

Your butterfly and mine could be sisters or cousins. Mine looks just like that and I only have one. Well that is neat about Lynda. You can talk about the old neighborhood.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Such beautiful pictures of your butterflies, they are hard to capture in one place very long !
~Jo

Lynda said...

BEAUTIFUL pics of the flowers and butterflies! I never did see that play - - but I am very happy we share memories - - - even though we have not met personally.

Far Side of Fifty said...

You have a pepper! Love your butterfly photos..they are such beautiful creatures:)

Leedra said...

Your other blog through me off, didn't it? Sorry.

The flowers the butterfly is on is so unusual. So very pretty. Don't think I have ever seen it before.