It had a border of poppies and cornflowers and space for my own text in the middle.
But I can't decide what words to put in the centre. It can't be too lengthy, a dozen words at most, and fewer might be better.
I'm hunting for something that says we don't need loads of possessions to be happy; that a garden is a great source of contentment; that life is to be enjoyed while you have it and maybe something ecological as well.
Now, clearly one can't manage all of that....
Random ideas have included:
Gardeners live longer
To be content is the key to happiness
We only have one world, treat it gently
Toss ideas at me. Anything that sounds good.
Previewed during Funko Funday event at SDCC, the new wave includes Faith, Giles, Dark Willow, Prophecy Girl Buffy, Xander and Xander with eyepatch.
The new X-Men series dropped another official trailer.
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Oswin does too. Really likes them. Can eat several in a day.
Today, she was eating a slice of cake. Grandad came in with fresh supply of runner beans from the allotment and gave her half of a runner bean.
She took it with great delight, ate it at once, and only then went back to the cake.
I love a three year old who appreciates allotment veg!
He'll play "Tilda Swinton" at the play which will be seen at the Celebration Theatre at The Lex in Hollywood between 08/10 to 08/31.
After a break-up, Walt, who is described as a "gay wallflower," places an ad on Craigslist for a new roommate. When Tilda Swinton shows up at his door and insists on moving in to "study" Walt for her next big movie role, things gets "hysterically chaotic."
HOW I RESIST: Activism and Hope for the Next Generation has an impressive author list and will be edited by Maureen Johnson and Tim Federle. The authors and editors have all pledged to donate the full $50K advance to the ACLU.