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OUR DAILY GRATEFUL POST!

TODAY I AM GRATEFUL FOR “THE SECRET GARDEN”

“THE WHOLE WORLD IS A GARDEN”
(what a magical movie)

what are you grateful for ~ please share…

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Grateful Posts

Mr. Craven, The Yorkshire Homeowners' Association Has A Few Complaints About Your "Secret Garden"

Dear Mr. Craven,

The Yorkshire Homeowners’ Association respects your desire to keep your back garden a “secret”, as you refer to it. Unfortunately, your rear yard is on a slope. 366 more words

England

Theater Week - Me and My Baby View the Eclipse

 

 

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through August 21, 2017

 
SPECIAL PERFORMANCES:

* Total Eclipse of the Sun 2017 – A short astronomical performance event. Director not listed. 339 more words

Triangle Theater

Down the TBR Hole #9

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Last week’s final number: 358 | Current number: 356 | This week’s final number: 353 | Total books removed so far:  520 more words

Memes

The Secret Garden

There is a purity to The Secret Garden that will always rank it as one of the most enduring children’s books. The language, often unembellished and direct, the plot brimming with mystery and locked doors, characters who arc through the novel and gentle themes of hope, nature and resurrection. 370 more words

Blooming Great

THE SECRET GARDEN

Blue Orange Theatre, Birmingham, Saturday 5th August, 2017

 

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s celebrated children’s novel first appeared in 1911.  It wasn’t quite that long ago when I read it but various film and stage adaptations of it have kept the story and characters in my mind over the years.  451 more words

Theatre Review

Little Lord Fauntleroy, by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Cedric Errol is a generous, kind, and exemplary middle-class American boy who is suddenly found to be the heir of the Earl of Dorincourt. Saying loving goodbyes to his working-class friends, Cedric goes to England together with his mother to embrace his new fortune. 218 more words

Novel