There is no charm equal to tenderness of heart.
– Jane Austen
Let’s all celebrate the Earth Day by living on this earth with respect not just today but Everyday.
“Be the change you wish to see in this world.” – Gandhi
Keep in mind that for the rescue of our planet Earth, we all have a shared responsibility!
Happy Earth Day!
This post is part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth
There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.
– George Sand
The beginning is always today.
– Mary Wollstonecraft
May the Christmas season
fill your home with joy,
your heart with love
and your life with laughter.
I am the sun in sky of green
I am the golden summer queen
I’m the friend to every child
Because I’m strong, bright and wild.
Grown-ups cut me when they mow-
Forget they loved me years ago.
But when I’m gone, then don’t you sorrow.
I’ll be back again tomorrow.
This is a poem about dandelion flower from the poetry book “The Winds that Come From Far Away and other poems”, by Else Holmelund Minarik (the author of the Little Bear books).
Dandelion is known as the wish flower. The plant flower is yellow and when the flower matures you see the white fluffy seeds. Some people say, that when you see the first dandelion of the season, you should make a wish and others say you should blow on a dandelion puff and make a wish. After that, you are supposed to say: “Dandelion, puffs away, Make my wish come true some day.”
This year I created a bucket list with my goals – which I haven’t done for many years. One of those items written in the list, was to create my own website. So it seems that I ‘ve made the first step and here I am trying to make it work!