Archive for 27/07/2016

Recent research has shown that children are now spending only half as much time playing outdoors as their parents’ generation did. If you’re concerned that your kids aren’t getting enough time out in the fresh air then help is at hand – in the form of the simple stick. We conducted a survey which showed […]

via The humble stick revealed as the must-have toy for summer. — National Trust Press Office

It’s lily season in New England. I know they only last for a single day, but I love them anyway. They’re the same, but different. The colors are all beautiful. They’re straight, and they are curly. They are large, and they are small. They’re like us humans – all different, but all beautiful. 💗 “Gardening […]

via Flowers feed the soul — NewEnglandGardenAndThread

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