It was common practice for women to weave strands of their hair into earrings, bracelets, brooches and watch fobs.
You can take an active role by composting your food waste, recycling your e-waste, and putting an end to junk mail (who wouldn’t want that?!)
Monsieur Guy and friends most likely swooned in horror when a decade after the Eiffel Tower was built, city engineers had it painted yellow.
Today at the museum we celebrate flowers. It’s Spring Break at our house and we’re visiting the Sunshine State for some sand, surf, and a little history.
Today at the museum we celebrate the American robin. These copper-breasted beauties have returned to hop across lawns and build nests on our porches and windowsills. Growing up in Wisconsin, I was thrilled to see the first robin of the year, signaling Spring was on its way. I was surprised to learn the robin may... Continue Reading →