What does it mean when a white and tan butterfly lands on your nose?
I don't know why they call it a Ceraunus Blue (Hemiargus ceraunus) butterfly but it was white and tan with dark brown spots. It landed on me and then landed on my nose today. - good luck eh?
It means that there's probably something on your nose that the butterfly wants to eat. Perhaps you had some Kool-aid splashed on your nose?
It might also mean that your skin is sweet, which might indicate diabetes.
......or it was just tired, your nose is attractive and the butterfly was able to combine a rest with a look at the local fauna:)
Your nose was in the direct flight path of the butterfly or it was just a great looking "rest stop"!
It couldn't get to land anywhere which she might thought it is safe place to land..
It means spring has arrived and the Butterfly is looking for a mate, and wants to breed and make more butterflies
I think I'll go with what Jeff Berndt says but I do not have diabetes. Been test numerous times in my life - all negative.
Nope I think it was the skin cream I had with is coco butter. When I put coco butter on at the Gym all the ladies say "I smell chocolate!"
Palmer's coco butter is the best for winter skin cream but makes you sweat in warm weather.
That day I was using 'Queen Helene Cocoa butter Creme"
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