Where are all the butterflies these days? In a joyful rabble!

This little nook has been a bit quiet, hasn’t it? It’s not that I’m not thinking about you. I’m thinking of you and energy and butterflies and gratitude more than you can even guess!

But there is a bright little rumble happening, just a little out of view from here. It’s coming from my Butterfly Rabble.

The Butterfly Rabble group on Facebook is where we gather to make some butterfly noise together.

Rabble: collective noun to describe a group of butterflies.

I chose the word rabble, instead of some other collective nouns like swarm and squadron, for its irreverent and noisy quality. Can’t you just hear the colourful wild buzz of rabble of butterflies?

And I have to say, we’ve been having some fun sharing butterfly magic over there on Facebook!

It’s even the first place I’m sharing the new things I’m doing. Sneak peeks and gifts and dress rehearsals. All there.

And my the butterflies in my Rabble? What they say can change what I’m doing. Tweak the details, shift the focus, give these gems some names. This could be you, too.

Now you may or may not know that I’ve got a few beautiful somethings that are getting close to ready for you. Things like butterfly calls, email invocations, random free SparkEssence clearings, the soon to be released app and the upcoming book. You’ll want to hear all about these, won’t you?

Yes? Well now might be the perfect time to join us!

If you’re on Facebook, just pop over to my Butterfly Rabble group* and click Join Group up in the top right corner.

Bring your gorgeous mind and open heart. Let’s make some beautiful noise together!

*ps – there’s no cost to be part of the Butterfly Rabble group, you just need to have a Facebook account and know how to play nice with the rest of us butterflies!

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4 Responses to Where are all the butterflies these days? In a joyful rabble!

  1. Janet February 17, 2013 at 6:38 pm #

    Teresa, I’m accessing this on my cell, and I looove the optimization! I can scroll through the posts so much more easily, and I definitely like the “skip to comments” at the top, with the # of comments in the corner of the box on the main page. Your web designer is tops!!! :))

    • Teresa February 25, 2013 at 10:05 am #

      Great feedback! Thank you, Janet! Glad the mobile optimization is working so well!

      Hugs and butterflies,
      ~Teresa~

  2. Andrei March 14, 2013 at 2:08 am #

    I used to enjoy butterfly rabbles so much when I was a kid. They can bring a share of color to anyone’s day when seeing them fly freely in the nature. Oh, and nice Facebook page by the way.

  3. dsadsdas August 20, 2013 at 1:59 pm #

    I love this site!!!

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