In many European countries, August is the holiday month for most workers.
Certain meteor showers take place in August. The Kappa Cygnids take place in August with the dates varying each year, the Alpha Capricornids meteor shower takes place as early as July 10 and ends at around August 10, and the Southern Delta Aquariids take place from mid-July to mid-August with the peak usually around July 28–29. The Perseids, a major meteor shower, typically takes place between July 17 – August 24, with the days of the peak varying yearly.
The star cluster of Messier 30 is best observed around August.
Sometimes it’s the simple things……. snow cones on a Sunday afternoon. I am trying to treasure every minute right now. Every second.
We have 10 more days until Avery moves into her college dorm. I know things will never be the same after that. She will be independent and her own person. And I want her to be all that. We have worked all these years for her to do well and go to college. I know she is extremely privileged to be one of the few people of the population of the world that is able to do this.
I try not to worry. If I begin down that trail, it is never ending. There are so many things my mind can conjure up! I have to trust that we have instilled in her the skills and judgement she needs to make it on her own.
Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke: It’s really weird how the mind plays tricks on you. I checked out my scribbled holiday diary, and see that I’d had a bad night’s sleep in Singapore and the following day I took…
“Crown shyness” is a real term that means the pattern a canopy of trees make against the sky. They seem to avoid touching, which is responsible for the pattern.
One theory is this is due to branches rubbing against each other and then breaking off, leaving the jigsaw-puzzle like patterns. Another theory is that the growing tips are sensitive to levels of light, and stop growing as they near the branch tips of other trees.
They’re better at maintaining good boundaries than humans are!
I never noticed tcrown shyness before, but now I’ll be looking for it whenever I walk in a forest or under a grove of tall trees.
Blog networking is one of the most undervalued and underused strategies for most. But I believe it is at the core for growing a blog.
You will find links in this post to help eliminate some of the work; all you have to do is LIKE, COMMENT and FOLLOW others. The more you network with other blogs, the more other blogs will network with you!
Hello World! My name is Rafa Farihah, your neighborhood noob blogger. Just kidding, I have no idea where any of you live. I reside in the one and only Houston. I am a freshman at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. And no, we do NOT ride horses to college.
As I created this blog, I signed up for a workshop called Blogging 101 which hopefully molds my amateur blogging skills into something much more appealing to myself and others. Moreover, I began blogging as an attempt to share my passion of fashion , photography, and writing. Blogging is a wonderful mode of communicating with people across the globe, all unique in their backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints.
I would like to share with you how I observe the world through my pupils and hopefully inspire someone, somewhere, somehow. Since my childhood, I have moved from New Jersey, to India, to…
If you’ve been connected with me for a while, you’ll know how much I believe in The Universe, fate and how us humans are supported by some unknown force. Earlier this month I said to myself, (and Didi) for that matter, how much I’d love to get back into magazine writing. I miss it,I used to contribute a few articles to a book, beauty and fashion section a while back. I also wrote about this kinda dream you could say, in my own journal this month.
Over the last twenty four hours the opportunity found me! The founder of the magazine was looking for an editor to take over, he connected with me on Facebook. What a surprise to land not only paid writing work outside of blogging and novel writing ,but to be asked to be the actual chief editor. Madness… I can’t believe it myself, anyway, I signed a…
That amazing future and glorious tomorrow. Always enticing us to move time forward so that we may rush what is now for a moment much more beautiful than this. A tomorrow much more gorgeous and radiant than the present. The present. What of this? What of now? What of our quest for some rare and perfect tomorrow when today is already a precious gift? Today is normal but it is here and living and present. We know not what the future holds. In fact, we know nothing but now. This moment. This treasure of breath in mouth. Today is good.
I have been watching a ton of YouTube videos about Disney tips and tricks in preparation for our trip in November. There’s so much to consider when planning a Disney trip; even when you’ve been several times before. I found a channel that I love (The TimTracker) and have binge watched it over the weekend.
Tim and his wife Jenn live in Orlando and chronicle their journeys throughout the parks. It seems that they visit the parks 3-4 times per week and investigate the different resorts, new foods, new events, changes and upcoming changes and much more. I will admit that I am addicted to their channel.
We are staying at the Port Orleans Riverside resort this trip and I am using a simple tip that I believe will make our stay a bit more enjoyable. I am using Amazon Prime and shipping all of our daily snacks, water, sunblock, ponchos, backpack and a few other items straight to the resort; our packages will be there waiting on us upon our arrival.
Another trick I’ve learned is to book breakfast in the resorts before the parks open which allows us to eat and then venture in before any crowds and lines develop. This will be especially important at Magic Kingdom where certain rides develop long lines.
I’ll be curious to read how many people who follow my blog enjoy Disney. Some can take it or leave it, but we think it is the most magical place on Earth! Cheers folks!