Monarchs

Every year monarch butterflies come though on their migration path to Mexico.  I’m not sure why this year is different — I’ve heard that the hot weather played a role — but there were hundreds of thousands of monarchs on campus this week.  Not only were there more butterflies than usual, but they stayed for 4 days, much longer than usual.  As Bill said, it seemed a not-so-fleeting glimpse of the transcendent.

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