Yesterday in Ruth's Blog
, she expressed concern at how we are killing the planet. This post may give a different side to the story, because it seems to me that whenever humans leave a patch of land for just a short time nature at first takes a little foothold and very soon starts to thrive. And the plant that seems to thrive the most (at least in this neck of the woods) is Budlea otherwise known as the butterfly bush. So perhaps the worry shouldn't be whether there'll be any butterflys for the humans to see, but whether there'll be any humans for the butterflys to see.