Our youth need to understand that there is a world beyond what they know, that there are places that are calm, safe and enjoyable.
Wonder where a days I can get one of those envelope measurerers …
Exploring the connections between plants and the Scottish Gaelic language. In this post we explore the first letter of the gàidhlig alphabet: A.
Scottish Gaelic and Botany Scottish Gaelic is spoken by about 87,000 people in Scotland (Alba), mainly in the Highlands (a’ Ghaidhealtachd) and in the Western Isles (Na h-Eileanan an Iar), […]
1. He travels the world in one night able to deliver presents to every child and evade time. 2. He has a flying sled. 3. He wears the most outrageous […]
There’s something very powerful about standing in a place where so much has happened. Scotland has this wild, untamed, and mystical beauty that can capture your soul, like passing through […]
Written for Westfield Heritage Village Blog, July 2014 It has certainly been a busy spring for Westfield with so many new buildings being renovated and opened, and I am absolutely thrilled […]
We’ve migrated to Cottage Botanicals! Don’t miss out on our Herbalist Quizzes from the Green Girl Guide. Here are the answer for Quiz 1 – 10. How many did you […]