Beautiful roses

 

09.16.09

09.16.09

Purple Theme ❤

Kodona

 

Hello everyone!

I am terribly sorry for not updating! (T___T)

Here are some photos of my “Daily Outfits”. There have been a few where I wasn’t able to get some photos. I bought a nice memory card for my camera, so that will work just fine!

As of other news, I am hosting a Christmas Card Exchange this year! So far, I have over 60 people on my list! I am planning to make 10 cards a day. (*___*) This is going to be so much fun!

Here’s the link, for more info: http://community.livejournal.com/egl/14613939.html

 

 

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Nature Collecting – Collect acorns, leaves, chestnuts and any other items you find with kids on your nature walks. Bring along paper bags for collecting. This type of activity will help keep young children aware of the world around them. It’s also a way to encourage them to take hikes with you.
Fairy and Elf House Searching – Engage the imaginations of preschoolers and young elementary school children by seeking out fairy and elf homes in tree holes and underneath fallen stumps. Have children collect acorns, feathers and other items related to the first day of fall, that they can leave for the fairies and elves living in the trees in their yards or at their favorite parks.

September 22  marked the First Day of Fall. This is also known as the Fall Equinox.  It’s one of two times a year when the Sun crosses the equator, and the day and night are of approximately equal length.

Everything seems to slow down when the leaves change colors. I have always enjoyed the Fall Season. (It’s one of my favorite times of the year.) To celebrate the new Fall season, here are some fun activities for you to enjoy:

Nature Collecting – Collect acorns, leaves, chestnuts and any other items you find on your nature walks. Bring along paper bags for collecting. Store all of your treasures in a glass bottle so that you can admire then throughout the Fall Season.

Fairy and Elf House Searching – Engage your imaginations by seeking out fairy and elf homes in tree holes and underneath fallen stumps. Collect acorns, feathers and other items related to the first day of fall, that they can leave for the fairies and elves living in the trees in their yards or at their favorite parks.

Learning about Life– During your nature walk, take a moment to look at a tree stump. Count the rings and think back to those years. Ponder what might have been in those surroundings.

Just a Note– Write down your thoughts and feelings about change. Put leaves and flowers in a journal to preserve their colors.

Fall Leaves Guide

Fall Leaves Guide