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This bird, though different in color, reminds me of a Painted Bunting. Love your card Bonnie.
Thank you, Franklin, for your kind comment. This Eastern bluebird and buckeye butterfly seemed to make good neighbors so I paired them in layers.
– Bonnie T. Barry
Absolutely beautiful work…in every sense of the Word!!!
Thank you very much, Jan; what a thoughtful thing to say. I appreciate your encouragement.
Lovely work, Bonnie!
Thank you, Dot!
Absolutely beautiful Bonnie! Definitely gets the message across (if the bird doesn’t eat the butterfly, hahaha!) ;o)
Thanks, Krys; I always enjoy your good humor! God bless!
a masterpiece Bonnie!!
What a lovely comment! Thank you, Jenny.
Bonnie, you keep on amazing me!!! This is F A N T A S T I C!
I have some good mentors! One’s name is Kimmie! Bless you for your kindness and encouragement.
Ooooh I’m torn by this one Bonnie! The picture is absolutely gorgeous and I love the way you’ve got the love heart into it. But love my neighbour…all the years I’ve spent calling the police over that psycho, I find that hard to do! ;D Great image though.
I guess some of our neighbors are more challenging than others, Zoe! Did you ever stop to think that calling the police may be an act of love, especially if it prevents him from causing harm to someone? Think of yourself as his watchdog, keeping him in line! Thanks for the comment and the food for thought. Scriptures is always challenging, isn’t it?
Actually no, I didn’t think about it as an act of love…I’ll have to ponder that one. Sadly he has caused harm to more than one person, he’s very slimy and always gets away with things. Ah well, these things are sent to try us!
Try us indeed! Remember our Lord’s words, “Love your enemies!” That’s a hard one for sure! I’ll be praying for you and your neighbor, Zoe. You have a heavy cross to bear. Bless you!
Thank you, Kerryn, for your kindness.