Laura had been to the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary in McKinney but Barbara had not and neither of us had seen the Native Butterfly House and Garden so we were looking forward to some beauty. Of course, we picked the hottest time to go which was a mistake and led to disappointment. The butterflies were very scant and although we expected to see a variety, there was only one type of butterfly. It was a beauty but not what we were expecting. We did, however, get to see a lemur in the Wild Animal House which always gives us a little chuckle. We’ll go a little earlier in the season next time.


As part of our vow to declutter our houses, we’ve decided to start with B and before we overthink it, give away any belts, blouses, beauty products and bracelets that we haven’t used in at least a year, if not more. I’m sure we’ll each have a full gallon bag of stuff to donate by the end of the week.

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2 Responses to AND SO THE Bs BEGIN

  1. Pam says:

    I love the heard museum and it’s particularly nice in the spring and fall and winter to take walks through their paths. We saw the butterfly exhibit there years ago and it too was a disappointment and that monarchs were the only type of butterfly flourishing.. I like your idea of decluttering ‘b’ items you might inspire me to do so as well since I’m feeling better these days

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