dog days of summer
sultry with butterfly clouds
hammocks in motion
July’s birth flowers are the larkspur and water lily. The Larkspur, especially white forms, generally indicate lightheartedness; pink, fickleness; purple, first love. The water lily symbolizes purity of heart.
Beautiful and graceful, varied and enchanting, small but approachable, butterflies lead you to the sunny side of life. And everyone deserves a little sunshine. – Jeffrey Glassberg
Word of the week – butterfly (noun) –
1) any of numerous slender-bodied diurnal lepidopteran insects including one superfamily (Papilionoidea) with broad often brightly colored wings and usually another superfamily comprising the skippers.
2) something that resembles or suggests a butterfly especially: a person chiefly occupied with the pursuit of pleasure
a butterfly promenade
music is silent
nature’s gift of perfection
You’re at BrewNSpew Cafe, where friends meet
The thing about coffee is that it’s the second most traded product in the world. Millions of people are connected to the growing, producing, shipping, marketing. sellers, stores, it’s in movies and in books. In Minneapolis, there’s coffee shops equal to the amount of lakes we have in the state. One on each corner -practically. Every time I say I’m giving it up -someone gives me a gift certificate for my favorite coffee shop…it’s in art, in food…Why not have fun with it and collect examples like someone else would collect Starwar models. It makes me search out extra facts, talk to people, listen to bizarre conversations (people on phones while waiting for a coffee order…) it allows me to draw and color my sketches. I’m having fun. Enjoy
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