Releasing Monarchs helps heal emotional wounds, commemorate life events
COUNTRYSIDE – Maybe Lori Harris didn’t make the connection at first because she spends many of her days with one of nature’s most beautiful and delicate species.
But at some point last year, Harris realized the sighting of a butterfly takes on meaning beyond the obvious sensory experience of the insect’s vivid colors. People were telling Harris that they had seen a butterfly during a stressful time, and understood it as a message.
“They take it as a sign that things are [going to be] fine,” said Harris, who owns and runs Salt Creek Butterfly Farm in Countryside.
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