Tuesday, June 9, 2009

You Can Enter Giveaway Until Midnight Friday EDT

When we were lighting the candles on the porch last night, we saw this moth! His wing span reached from the tip of my pinkie finger to my wrist bone! It was amazing. Its' size reminded me of the huge swallowtail moths that we used to catch in Arkansas when I was growing up. I've heard that moths are drawn to open flames. I wonder if that is true. He came before the candles were lit.
Thank you so much for your kind comments about the interview. AND also, thank you for joining the giveaway party. There is still time to leave a comment to be entered into the drawing. Just scroll down to the posting below.

Some of you have told me you read this blog EVERY day. That amazes me! I am humbled. I had no idea that it would be of interest to you. So in consideration of your time, I just wanted to update you this morning and let you know that I will not do another posting until Saturday when I announce the "WINNER" of my give away.

I'm focused. I'm full steam ahead (whatever that means). I've got my teeth clinched. My muscles flexed. Well now that created quite an image. Didn't it? I'm determined to wrap up a couple of projects before the first day of summer arrives and these weeks are gone!

May this day bring you happiness. Search for it in the small blessings if you need to!
Love, Rachel


Dawn said...

Wow, I've never seen a moth that big or that pretty. Can't wait to see how your projects turn out. I'm trying to buckle down this week and get a lot done too.

Michele said...

That moth is beautiful...just unbelieveable how big it is!

I'm trying to work on getting some projects done too...wish I had more energy tho!


Brenda Leyland said...

What a beautiful moth! Amazing size.

Wishing you much success with your projects!

Esther said...

Pretty moth! I saw one like that. They are beautiful! Thanks for sharing the picture!

Good success on your projects! Enjoy summer!

Love you!

Princess Of Pink said...

That sure is a biggie!!! Yes they ARE drawn to light usually. And it is pretty too :)

Claudia said...

What a beautiful moth! Absolutely wondrous! Good luck with your projects, Rachel.

Feedsack Fantasy said...

He's a beauty ... the light does draw 'critters' in general. I, too, read your blog every day, you are interesting. TTFN ~ Marydon

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

Wow that is the biggest moth I've ever seen. Have fun creating and finishing those projects.
♥ Teresa

Carolyn said...

Hi Rachel,
I enjoyed reading your interview-you are a very talented lady!
The moth photo was really interesting also.
Take care,

Heather said...

That moth is incredible! I can't wait to see how your projects turn out. I have quite a few of my own that I should be working on! LOL!

Alison Gibbs said...

Rachel that moth is huge and such a wonderful colour
Good luck with your projects

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Hi Rachel...I can't honestly say I come here every day..but it isn't because I don't want to. You have a lovey and very interesting, warm and welcoming blog...and I follow you as closely as I can.
That moth is like nothing I have ever seen. What a beautiful creature!

Pamela said...

I have found one of these sleeping in my garden the other day. I posted a picture of him on my blog, the post after the giveaway, if you'd like to see mine.

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

The moth is beautiful. We had one on our screen tonight but he was a pee wee compared to yours. I've always loved coming here and think I need to add it to my daily morning ritual again (as soon as I'm finished with my time off). Off to enter that giveaway!

darnold23 said...

I love my porch! It wraps 3/4 of the way around my house. We spend lots of time out on it just watching the sunsets reflect off the pond. Thanks for sharing your blog.

Sharon said...

I am always so fascinated by those huge moths. We get them here every so often and they are truly marvelous. Your's is beautiful!