When I wrote my first blogpost (appreciation and sharing) I wrote the following:
“Conservation and appreciation of Nature is the primary focus of my blog – sustainable use of the outdoors with a view to unearth and hopefully master long forgotten traditions, celebrating experiences and, through teaching others, paving the way for new pathways into the future.”
It seems fitting to post something that brings all these elements to the fore amongst the hustle and bustle of London’s Sloane Square. I salute people who think in terms of flower superhighways and who take the trouble to hand out seeds that will help build them…
respect to J. Crew for taking the initiative and building walls of flowering plants on their Sloane Square outlet… If you are in London, go and get some of their seeds and plant them this summer… Photo – worklondonstyle http://worklondonstyle.com
I thank my Darling Wife for her infinite patience and support of metiefly over the last 15 months. As we sip our Twinings English Breakfast, I wish to share a strong message on behalf of fauna and flora all over the world… Thank you J.Crew for this fabulous project!
a picture tells a thousand words… what can you do to make your own little corner of the universe a better place for all living things?
Lastly, on my 100th blogpost, I wish thank you, my plethora of very special readers for joining me in my little adventure… I look forward to your next visit.
27 July update… Fantastic to see the flowers opening, just in time to help the bees through the late stages of summer and into autumn. Please share your results if you also grew some this year!
August update – a picture tells a thousand words!
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Tagged Arts, Biodiversity, Biology, Business, Conservation, Education, London, Nature, Outdoors, Quality lifestyle, Sustainability, Sustainable Development
Good luck trying to put this book down… It’s not easy!
Not a long post tonight – just passing on a great discovery I made last year… These days many of us do not have much time to read a whole book in one or two sittings.
My challenge to you is to read this in more than one! Don’t pop the roast in the oven on Sunday and begin reading this book – you’ll burn the roast and be forced to order pizza.
Seriously, the way this was written it allows you to split it into reasonably small chunks and still get stuff done around the house.
Please let me know if you enjoyed this and if you like, I’ll share some others in due course.
Thanks for reading, please come back soon!