"The enemy is the tough, prolific, gangling marauder of the sand plains whose species, ever since the beginning of agriculture in the State, has invaded, in a frenzy of hunger, some of the finest fields at the time of ripening of the harvest to shear off crops with voracious beaks and to trample with great webbed feet 100 plants into the earth for each one eaten." - Actual newspaper article on the Emu War.
#Fantasy #Artwork: An all time favorite. "Who is this? And what is here? And in the lighted palace near Died the sound of royal cheer; And they crossed themselves for fear, All the Knights at Camelot; But Lancelot mused a little space He said, "She has a lovely face; God in his mercy lend her grace, The Lady of Shalott." Read in it's entirety: http://charon.sfsu.edu/tennyson/tennlady.html
And this is my/our future home!!! I showed this pic to hubby, I'm not sure though if he was interested or not but I know he has his plans too.. We can't afford a house right now but I know in God's timing we will be able to have our own. And THIS is the one..:)
Italy is one of the most friendly #vegetarian and #vegan countries around the world. This country has lots of traditional dishes but they have a rising vegan scene with tons of options countrywide. I was able to still try Italian classics while standing for what I believe in.
This tiny little bird nest pincushion is as light as a feather. A delightful addition to a shadow box or collection, it has a little bit of everything. Patchwork and embroidery depicts a tiny little country scene on a sunny day. Sewn together using cotton, linen and love, the story is of a vine rising to the sun just beyond the garden gate. Only about 1 1/2".
We invite all current and returned Volunteers to share a story and photos from your Peace Corps service to the Peace Corps Digital Library. Help us collect stories and photos from each country where Peace Corps has served, and from each decade of Peace Corps history.