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God of the Everlasting

For God has made all things to endure.

Through birth, into life.

The busied ants will never cease.

The towering elephant will never scatter.

And elephant and ant will live together, 39 more words

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A cracking time...

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

Dunvegan School

A poem for the grieving hearts

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

My Journey

Rippled Breasts

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

Life Cycles

10 Tips for Rearing Butterflies in your Classroom

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

Early Elemenatary

Stinky Tofu Yuck

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

Life Cycles

Titus Grinder /!!!/

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.

Life Cycles