for my javanese queen
Grey: Why don’t we live in paradise, where we can pick the coffee from the trees?
Annelise: Because paradise is generally formed on volcanic fault lines. 46 more words
During November, I received a lovely gift by post from Lynne Rhodes who lives in Tasmania. All the way from Australia, Lynne posted me a free copy of her new book “A Twist of Fate” which details the history of the Monteith family, who started Blantyre Mills and owned its estate from the 1780’s. 114 more words
There are many ways to explain favorable outcomes in life. The confident will pass this off as hard work, preparation and flawless execution. The humble often give others credit, expressing gratitude and thanksgiving for their success. 310 more words