If you ‘re one to study butterflies and moths, here’s a project for you: this butterfly, newly emerged the last week of April from her chrysalis in Berthusen Park, Washington State. Do you know her name? If you can identify her, will you send the link to me? My email: Cheryl@CherylBostrom.com.



“The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.”

—2 Corinthians 5:17


Milestones: This week, Daisy learned to descend stairs, pointed her reflection in our stove door’s window, and slept all night in her crate without a potty break. She also displayed what we presume to be a genetic connection to piranhas and wildebeests.

When Daisy’s brother Gillie (r.) comes to visit. 🧡


When you’re the little kid.

Better with sound 🙂


And finally, a place of solace for you. 🧡

“He makes springs pour water into the ravines; it flows between the mountains.”

—Psalm 104:10


Thanks for stopping by, friends. So glad you’re here.

Watching Nature, Seeing Life: Through His Creation, God Speaks.


My sequel to Sugar Birds is well underway. If you’d like to follow the novel’s development, drop me a note at Cheryl@CherylBostrom.com . I’ll send you Saturday updates you won’t find anywhere online.

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Love the outdoors? I can take you there. Rural & wild PNW posts and photos from a naturalist, faith writer, and author of three books, including the award-winning novel Sugar Birds. Member of Redbud Writers Guild.

4 thoughts on “Lepidoptery?

  1. Good morning Cheryl;
    A Little Late This Morning Getting My Saturday Fix.
    Love Your Fur Baby, She’s A Little Imp.
    You Are Progressing well on Your Word Count.
    Thanks For My Saturday Morning Fix.
    Love Joni

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