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Inner and integral happiness does not cost a dime!

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Inner and integral happiness does not cost a dime!

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[This is a Black Swallowtail Butterfly resting on a Thistle Flower.  Black Swallowtail Butterfly eggs are yellowish and ovoid shaped, and are laid on wild and cultivated plants of the carrot family, such as parsley, parsnips, celery, and carrots. There are two broods of Black Swallowtails annually in the North, and at least three in the South.]

Black is beautiful!  Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Black is beautiful! Photo by Thomas Peace 2014