Hello adventurers! Hope August has been treating you well! In addition to traveling, I LOVE to read! Here are a three books that are sure to delight adventurers of all ages. [Disclaimer: I selected and purchased these books myself with no encouragement from a supplier or author. I am using affiliate links to help support… Read More 3 adventurous books!
Hey, adventurers! Well, I started a new class this past Monday through Oregon State University–a master gardener class. I’ve loved flowers all my life. Really. As my mother wheeled me through Walmart as a toddler, she said I liked the silk flower aisle better than the toy department. Go figure. Anyway, the first week has been… Read More Stop and smell the roses Saturday! Gardening knowledge
Hello, adventurers! 🙂 I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. I have been drawn to nature, flowers in particular, longer than I can remember. In fact, my mother says that as a toddler, I would whine to stay in the silk flower aisle of Walmart as most kids would in the toy department. After debating… Read More Stop and smell the roses Saturday! New beginnings…. 🙂
Hi adventurers! The other day I was thinking about my college days and one class, Advanced Speech, popped into my head. We were assigned a speech which we were to deliver in TED Talk style. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design. TED.com features brief talks on myriad topics that fall within the categories above.… Read More Monday Musings: TED, reading, and roads
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Hello, adventurers! I hope you are having a fabulous weekend. I am excited because I received Wildcraft! An Herbal Adventure Game in the mail today. I played a round with my mom, and we really enjoyed it. The game is for kids of ALL ages four and up. The game includes small pieces. The object of… Read More Stop and smell the roses Saturday: Wildcraft! An Herbal Adventure Game
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We often support schools and communities with promoting summer reading. We want students to continue their “readerly lives” over the summer. A few years ago, we were researching ideas to get books to students in different communities and we came across Little Free Libraries. We immediately feel in love! …