Quick upstate getaway in a cute little bug owned by the one and only @dannicorrado. This green straw bag was a hand-me-down from my mama. She used to have a head-to-toe lime green outfit to go with it. Now it’s mine. 😉💚 #closetmemoirs
I am just loving this new haul from eBay. @freepeople sweater that I love 💚. It’s so soft and comfy I just can’t wait for colder weather. It’s 110 in Texas 😅 whew. And humid 😆. I mean who doesn’t love this lime green color and these oversized buttons are everything! I got this for 9.00 plus shipping. It’s in pristine condition. Size medium for reference. Quick tip if you buy clothes on eBay...ask questions...any question you may have. Measurements are so important...I’ve learned the hard way. Read feedback...that lets you know the sellers reputation. Again so important. I will be pairing this with skinny jeans and my riding boots for fall. Happy Shopping Sunday!! 🙌🏼🤗 #karenskutekloset#affordablefashion#freepeople#shopaholic#onabudget#ilovetosharemyfindswithyou#limegreen#comfortzone
Magic Luna Moment this morning 😍😍😍
Luna Moths (Actias luna) have a wingspan of up to 4.5 inches (114 mm), making it one of the largest moths in North America.
Luna moths are common, although rarely seen due to their very brief (1 week) adult lives. The adults do not eat or have mouths. They emerge as adults solely to mate. Their wing "tails" are expandable decoys that trick hungry bats. As the echo-locating hunter comes in for the kill, the moth's moving tails distract and fool the bat, knocking the attacker off target and allowing the moth the split second it needs to get away.