Friday, March 28, 2008

Unscripted has changed to Chasing Butterflies

My husband, Robert, always tell me not to 'chase butterflies'. It's because I get interested in one thing that leads to another thing that leads to get it. So, I was thinking that after all the talk over at Melissa Wileys blog, that Chasing Butterflies was just *the* perfect title for my blog. So, there you have it.

Now...if I could just find my net...



MaggieClitheroe said...

Hello Rachel, I meant to leave a comment for St Margaret C's feast day - we have March 25th listed over here, but that's also Lady Day, (which has, of course, been transfered because of the Easter Octave) and our Wedding Anniversary, so I didn't get round to doing anything about Margaret C. - so I'm glad you did! I love the picture you posted, where is it from? I'm still looking into the medal thing - will let you know if I'm successful.
I'm also tagging you for a meme, if you'd like to join in - it's the first one I've ever done, so I hope you don't mind me asking you!
I like your new title too, by the way.

MaggieClitheroe said...

Oh, I've just realised, I'm supposed to invite you over to my blog to read the meme!

Wendy said...

Chasing butterflies. Hmmm. Don't tell me you are afflicted with Attention Compulsive Disorder, too?


Rachel said...

Why Yes I am! I posted at your place that you and I could start a blog called exactly that, and get others to contribute.

sea glass hearts..... Laurie said...

Did you watch Jessica & Nick's show when it was on? THere was an episode where they were at dinner and in a middle of a discussion and Jessica just went off on a tangent.
Nick then comments that when talking to Jessica her mind drifts off whenever any such butterfly floats by... or something like that.
My husband loves that line and brings it up whenevery someone jumps topics.
I'm not saying you are like her, just giving another butterfly example.
I think it relates to homeschooling. There's so much to know and explore that makes us good hs moms to be able to jump from thing to thing to excite the kids learning and find what they may be interested in.