This week we’ve been welcoming some new additions into the class – baby chicks! We’ve been watching eggs in an incubator in class and were egg-cited to see the first cracks appearing on Wednesday. 93 more words
While experiencing grief and loss, one of the only ways I have been able to find peace of mind is in nature. Have you ever noticed that when a tree falls to the ground, though its existence as it once was is over, it is not gone. 796 more words
Whenever you buy a chicken you need to decide on the breed, price and origin. This was the first time I purchased a whole chicken in Japan, free range (whatever that means) and the skin as you can see retracted after I rendered the fat. 382 more words
Nothing brings more delight than a child’s fascination as they release a butterfly they have reared themselves. Observing the life cycle of a butterfly can be such a wonderful educational experience. 1,382 more words
One mans pleasure is another man disgust. Sometimes during our travels I am encouraged to try to new foods. This is a good example of food that ranks as one of the single most disgusting foods I have ever tasted – and is adored by many. 45 more words
The work of Titus is second to none, and the quality and attention to detail is exceptional and extraordinary. I am grateful to have met Frank and Marcus, who turned my coffee grinding into a sacred art of immense pleasure, and for anyone searching for the ultimate grinder, look here.