Cute as a button, obviously. Perhaps your “stitch” project yesterday involved sewing a button as well? I was looking forward to researching the etymology of today’s prompt, button. The word comes from Old French bouton, classically ‘a small disk or knob sewn onto a garment, either to fasten it by being pushed through a slit made for the purpose, or for decoration,’ but I was surprised the word had Germanic origin, and not Latin, and that is was related to butt. Ha! But which one? Perhaps the one still influenced by the French butte, a ‘rising ground,’ or THAT one apparently akin to Dutch bot, ‘stumpy,’ and buttock, applied to a tree stump just jutting off the ground (that is what buttons look like on garments, no?). If sewing notions are not your thing, you could also post a picture of something that PUSHES your buttons! Either way…share your picture on FB and/or IG, #2017PhotoChallenge, #button.