Monthly Archives: July 2006

  This came from a friend in Israel.  Seems to me, this says it all.

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We have another baby…or icky worm, as some may say.  This one actually came into our house without our knowledge, which hasn’t happened before.  Has word spread in the butterfly world that our house is friendly, or what?    Last … Continue reading

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Disabilities Have you ever noticed that you don’t find disabled wild animals?  A significant flaw in an animal nearly always leads to its early death.  Animals who can’t walk or fly can’t get food, and they die.  Or they can’t … Continue reading

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PRAY for the peace of Jerusalem

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Well, we’ve now “hatched” two of our lovelies, both females.  We have two still in chrysalis, and one little guy still munching milkweed.  The first one came out on Tuesday while we were gone, as I was afraid it would, but … Continue reading

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Monarchs.  Beautiful butterflies or icky worms?   I was talking to a friend Sunday about our butterflies.  Since she was unfamiliar with the process, I was describing a monarch larva, and she said, “Oh, so it’s one of those icky … Continue reading

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I want to share a story from a homeschooling friend that touched me deeply.  This is from Ursie on the Sonlight forum.  Hope it inspires you! When my mom was a LITTLE girl, at the time that the Jews were … Continue reading

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