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Poor Aishah got lots of snow, but they didn't call a snow day--now THAT'S the worst combination to face! LOL! Thanks, Rosie--maybe, along with posting happy spring puzzles, we should be clapping our hands, the way we're supposed to for Tinkerbelle, and that will do the trick....... :-)))
Oh, please. Pat, from your lips to God's ears. Snow is so overblown and after today's storm that hit the midwest, I believe everyone here, with the exception of Aisha (those pesky snow days she's always talking about) would like to see sunshine and all of the wonderful new life associated with that sunshine. And, I did see two new flies in thisset of puzzles. SEE, I'm sooooo happy that I wasn't seeing things. Thanks again, Rosie.
The snow does look nice--but spring flowers would look even nicer! I've had more than enough time to admire snow this winter!--it's time to admire blossoms, and buds on the trees, and grass starting to green, and sunshine warming the earth...... :-)))
A most wondrous design, Pat - and most interesting comments. Fun to solve.I too want to ecco Edie's description - we are also exeperiencing a bitter cold spring, even though the snow looks nice....PJ
Since I called it a Leftrighterfly, not a Leftright Butterfly, I think that qualifies it for the list, which does include many flies with butterfly shapes! And this was made differently, indeed, whatnauts! 95% of my previous ones were mirror/copy, rotate, m/c, then implode. The last few were m/c, swirl, m/c, implode. This one was m/c, swirl, m/c, swirl again, then implode--that last swirl is what made it asymmetrical! Thanks, Ardy, whatnauts, and Katie! :-)))
Edie's description of what's happening here is perfect! Thanks Pat!
Oh my, this poor fellow is all twisted up!! You're keeping us on our toes, PD, as the twisting makes for a different kind of solve :)))
OK Is this a fly to be added to the rare fly list or is it a butterfly which is a different species. I'm not the scientist here, just the archivist. It's very beautiful whichever it is. Thanks, Pat.
Yes, that's exactly what he's doing! LOL! Thanks, Edie!
Well I know exactly how he feels. He's trying to curl up and get back into his cocoon till the warm weather finally arrives. Thanks Pat, fun as always
This is a VERY free-spirited butterfly, expressing its displeasure with the cold, cold Spring.....