. . . . but it is to me!
Don't you just hate it when your loved ones are up on a ladder? I personally would never paint what needed to be painted if it were up to me; I know my impatient self, and would most likely do myself in, incorrectly positioning the ladder, and fall off it and become a paraplegic at my first attempt. I think there should be safety harnesses on ladders, that you can attach to the chimney or something. I had to go inside. . . .
Maria asked if the butterfly photos were taken with the D300s. . . . No, the D40. I didn't want to take the new camera to Mall of America in case I crashed my car and wrecked the camera. (?) But now I'm trying to push myself to only use the D300s. . .
Dianna's birthday is tomorrow (our time; she's already 21, India time. But the India time shouldn't count, because she has really lived 21 years yet until about 11:30 am India time)! If you haven't yet, and want to, please take a moment and wish my little one a happy 21st birthday on her blog Dianna turning 21 in India. And if you haven't read her blog post yet about the encounter with the transgender person and cultural confusion, you're in for an intriguing read!