Friday, August 03, 2007

Show And Tell Friday

Kelli hosts a show and tell Friday. Do you have a something special to share with us? It could be a trinket from grade school, a piece of jewelry, an antique find. Your show and tell can be old or new. Use your imagination and dig through those old boxes in your closet if you have to! Feel free to share pictures and if there's a story behind your special something, that's even better!

I am sorry this is so late being posted, but our ISP has been down all day.

This past week I have been a little bit blue. I was talking to Mrs. Wonderful Neighbor and I told her that. So, I think the gift I received may have come from her suggesting it to cheer me up. Last year, her children brought me several caterpillars and I got to see them become butterflies. I was thrilled. I named all of my caterpillars George. Well, her children brought me another George for this year. This is a Monarch Butterfly caterpillar. He is busy chewing his way through the milkweed leaves they brought with him.

8 comments:

Kelli said...

What a sweet gift, Marci! I'm sorry to hear you have been feeling blue...sending (((hugs))).
Kelli

ellen b said...

What a blessing to have a Mrs. Wonderful neighbor! Blessings on you...

Lady_MSnow said...

That is such a sweet gift. Can't wait to see more pictures of George as he changes.

Audrey said...

That is a very thoughtful gift from Mrs. Wonderful Neighbour! I bet George will grow very quickly and will soon be spreading his wings!
Thanks for a great Show & Tell & I hope you're feeling better.
~ Audrey ~

Ladyfromthewoods said...

I'm sorry you have blue days, Marci. What a sweet blessing for a lift! Please post pics as George changes. We don't get to see many monarchs anymore as the milkweed here seems to have disappeared gradually over my lifetime.

Frazzled Farm Wife said...

How sweet of them!

Trudi M said...

Oh very cool. I'd love one for the classroom. I'm thinking of ordering a Grow a Frog.

Ron and Ginny said...

I don't know... That just might be a Georgette...