WEEKEND POST 47
Is there something about this time of year astronomically that makes the stars appear brighter? If you live in an area with little light pollution as we do, the night sky is putting on an incredible out of this world show.
Closer to the ground, one could consider our autumn colors at “peak” … at least on this plot of the Intracoastal where swaths of yellowing marsh reeds and fluffy blushed muhly grass sway against a deep blue backdrop … plus these sweet little mums for our front porch pot. Next, a pumpkin, because there’s only one more week to Halloween!
Here’s to a healthy, happy week — be sure to check out my links round-up before you go.
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Some interesting, fun, delicious reads:
- Each year 30% of students are the target of bullying and cyberbullying. October is National Bullying Prevention Month, dedicated to encouraging communities to work together to stop all forms of bullying through increased awareness of the prevalence and impact it can have on all children of all ages. Kindness begins with each of us!
- Have your own household farmer with a whole-diet CSA.
- The high heels paradox — one of life’s great unanswered questions.
- A Minnesota artist recreates Vincent Van Gogh’s “Olive Trees” painting in a huge field.
- There was life before Google. Believe it.
- When you hit the store this weekend for Halloween candy, have this infographic on hand to pick out which wines (or beers) will match what you’re offering. It’s all about planning ahead. You’re welcome.
- This week’s
pinnedvisual words of wisdom.
Recently on HGN:
- Discover my sweet and spicy golden (milk) bites, then make a batch of your own!
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