Aren’t You A Social Butterfly

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Butterfly

How do you make a butterfly?

Flick it out of the butter dish with a knife!

Interesting Fact: Actually, butterflies do not eat at all. Well, at least not in the traditional sense. What do butterflies eat? Instead of eating, butterflies get their nurishment from drinking. They have a long narrow tube in their mouth called a proboscis that acts as a straw. They usually set on top of a flower and drink the nectar. To see a congregation of many kinds of butterflies together they feed on small puddles on the grouind or wet areas on leaves and plants. See the section below if you are interested in what Caterpillars eat. ( http://www.whatdobutterflieseat.info/ )

 

 

So Nice Outside And The Wimpy Kid Is Stuck Inside.

 

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

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Day 144 / 365

“You can’t expect everyone to have the same dedication as you.”
Jeff Kinney, Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Interesting Fact:  In 2005, FunBrain and Jeff Kinney released an online version of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The website made daily entries until June 2005.[3] The book became an instant hit and the online version received about 20 million views as of 2007.[2] Many online readers requested a printed version. At the 2006 New York Comic-Con and Kinney proposed Diary, to Charles Kochman, Editorial Director of the ComicArts division of Abrams Books, who purchased the rights to the book. According to Kochman, the two initially conceived it as a book for adults, believing it would have an appeal to audiences similar to that of the TV series The Wonder Years. Kochman brought it before the Abrams publishing board, which convinced Kinney and Kochman that it would be better aimed toward children.[4][5] In 2007, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, an abridged version of the original online book, was published.  ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diary_of_a_Wimpy_Kid )

She Said YES!

“It’s a beautiful night, I am looking for something crazy to do. Hey Joanna, I think I wanna marry you.” ( 8:00 PM June 21, 2014 )

 Engagement

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Interesting Fact: Countries such as England, United states, France, and Canada traditionally wear the engagement ring on the left hand. Where as Germany, Russia and India wear the ring on the right hand. ( http://www.jewellerymonthly.com/facts_engagement_rings/ )