This year we have had a huge earwig population boom. They attacked my hollyhocks something awful and I’m going to have to figure out how to decrease their numbers for next year when we actually start planting the garden. 239 more words
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Big news can strike at any time. Whether it’s a certain cabinet reshuffle that has Britain’s teachers dancing in the street … or less joyful news, such as “Ofsted are here!” 199 more words
It’s that time of year again – the school reports are out. Cue much Facebook boasting, including verbatim accounts of the teachers’ comments.
Mumsnet has posted the Mumsnet Report Codebreaker, as compiled by professional educators and semi-professional readers and archivists of these precious documents – loving and, it turns out, slightly gullible parents. 297 more words
Evan and Juliana Day returns.
You could waste your life feeling lonely
Or you could waste your life feeling pain.
When you carry the weight of one too many yesterdays, 61 more words
CENTRAL FLORIDA CRITTER OF THE DAY: Earwig (Doru sp.)
Can be pests, but also have MANY beneficial qualities: eliminate decaying organic materials from the environment. They eat algae, fungi, mosses, pollen as well as insects (aphids, caterpillars), spiders and mites both dead and live. 43 more words