Yesterday was the last day for the annual Butterfly show here in Cincy. It comes once a year, and you can see all these gorgeous butterflies. This year we teamed up with Japan for an absolutely exquisite bunch of butterflies!
But with Mike working EARLY mornings on Sundays, I had no one to go with. So Carrie played hooky, and we went and enjoyed the butterflies. We did NOT enjoy the heat. It was still worth it, though.
They were very stunning, even though the pics don't show them so well. They're actually very busy creatures and hardly rest at all! There were so many different colos, though! Blues, Oranges, Reds, Blacks, Purples, Whites... and some were striped like tigers while others were brilliant on one side and then dark on the other.
There were several kids enjoying the show too, which I though was fun to watch, but difficult. They like to touch, and butterflies can't be touched. There was this adorable girl, though! A butterfly loved her bandana so much it just rode around on her head all the way through the exhibit.
And that was our Dad's day. Carrie's dad is in Texas, and I don't honestly have a Dad anymore, so... For us it really wasn't much special. What did you do, though? I'd love to hear your stories!