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Archive Item of the Week: A Place for Children

Welcome to Archive item of the week:  where we delve into Guildford Cathedral Archives to highlight sine if the unique items within the collection.

This Week: The Children’s Garden.  313 more words

The People's Cathedral History Revealed - Year-long Interpretation Project

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

One of the benefits of blogging is forming online friendships with like-minded folk. Occasionally, the opportunity presents itself to meet these ‘stranger-friends’ in person. I had the great pleasure of meeting Laurie (and her husband) from  239 more words

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Recently I had the opportunity to speak at a bible college here in the Philippines. When I was approached by the professor about talking at the school about my work here and encouraging them as future missionaries I right away outwardly said “Yes of course, Id love to!” 361 more words


Bag End Comes to the Children

The Children’s Garden has always been a particular favorite of many visitors to the Arboretum, and I don’t necessarily mean just the kids. It appeals to the inner child in many of us. 400 more words


Sharing in the work

Last Saturday was a work day at the Glendale New Church. Sweeping and painting, gathering sticks, trimming and decorating were done. The church looked a little spiffier after we finished! 64 more words


A Rose Memoir...

Thorns and Tropical Roses

The very first rose garden I visited was during a drive back to Miami, Florida from the University of North Texas, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Jazz Arranging. 494 more words


These Boots Aren't Made for Walking

White work boots are iconic for Eastern Shore watermen. These boots are at the Chesapeake Maritime Museum as a photo op. You stand behind on a step and put your legs into the boots while someone snaps your photo. 542 more words