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Reminiscing with Seniors

by Linda C Butler

We had dinner tonight with my mom in the seniors’ complex and sat with the other ladies at her table. 583 more words


London is a Video Game.

I took this picture yesterday during a night walk in Southwark. London is a giant video game.

FIFA World Cup 2014: England

England go into this tournament for the first time in a long time with almost no pressure as people in general have finally gotten realistic about the lack of quality of the English players. 434 more words


Touring the Studios, Or Something

So, this week instead of me answering questions about what I did well, not well, etc., I am to search and snoop around three of my classmates’ work and chat to cyberspace about it. 827 more words

Blogging About Blogging: A Project

Save British botanical gardens scientific work

This video is about Kew Gardens in London, England.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Campaign and petitions launched to save botanical garden jobs…

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petchary reblogged this on Petchary's Blog and commented:

Kew Gardens was a place of beauty and delight to me when I was growing up not far away in the London suburbs. The father of a schoolfriend was a keeper in the gardens and lived there. I remember wonderful summer evenings playing in the gardens after they closed to the public.But Kew Gardens is not just a beautiful place. It has always been a major international center of scientific research and is of even greater significance, with climate change increasing the need to conserve so many endangered plant species. Whether you are in England or not, please support the campaign to save Kew Gardens and Wakehurst Place from government cuts.


The first welcome England gave me was rain. It rained a little bit and then it rained a lot. This basically continued from Heathrow all the way to the hostel. 419 more words