Riding Life!

Riding Life!
Life is like a wild horse--Unless you ride it, it will ride you! (from the movie: "Princess of Thieves.")

Saturday, March 20, 2010

C: Let’s Help This Budding Scientist!!

Spring is here, which means all of us will be out in the midst of nature, whether gardening or just strolling through the woods.  Watch this video and see if you can’t keep your eyes peeled while you’re out and about and help her out!

You might want to equip yourself with one of those little butterfly nets, like she has.  I think Pink would be best…for reasons best understood after this video.


Remember, some things have to be believed to be seen 

Happy Spring!  C


Pondside said...

That was lovely - even had my husband watching and grinning.

jan said...

So cute!

Anonymous said...

I believe, absolutely!

Callie said...

Happy First Day of Spring!
Science is grand!
I'll keep a look out for any evidence of local Fairies. I have been trying to spot the Elves I suspect live in the forest. Maybe there are Fairies here too!
I guess I do need a pink butterfly net. That must be the reason I haven't found anything yet. Thanks for the video!

Kat_RN said...

This is great fun. She reminds me of my Great Nieces. Of course I believe! Happy Spring.

Vee said...

Oh she so wants to believe! I watched this yesterday and today realized that I hadn't left a comment. Silly me! I have that book and, believe me, after reading it, I so want to believe, too.

Melissa said...

Thank you for your prayers.

They are much appreciated.

KathyB. said...

I LOVE this! I hope she does indeed find "evidence" and shares it with all of us, we need s bit of fairy dust and inspiration every now and then. I will let her know If I find any fairies in my woods.

Kitty said...

There are fairies everywhere, they are just shy and ephemeral little things. You find them everywhere around here, however, we also have a strict 'catch and release' policy here in Côtes d'Armor, Bretagne.

My favourite bit (besides the 'thousands, hundreds, even...)... was that "pastel colours are the Fairy attractant." Oh, just precious!

I believe.

Leann said...

Oh she's adorable! I need a little someone like her to have fun with.

Enjoy !

Sharon Lovejoy said...

This is wonderful. My own grands have tiny tin "faerie mailboxes" and the faeries leave them shells, leaves, flowers, wishbones, etc.

Things are going to crescendo soon. My Sara May looked at a tiny faerie card and said, "This was in my mailbox, Amma, but it looks like your handwriting."


All joys to you,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

Anonymous said...

So sweet!

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