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Gorgeous Evie in our neutral Bailey sandals.
~ THANK YOU for all the love on the Luca sandals last night. It’s easy to feel down when I see my engagement drop on a daily basis with the algorithm issue. I’m so blessed for the loyal supporters who keep showing me love, it makes the world of difference xx
Oh my goodness - I will never be able to look at a mole on someone's face in the same way again. Such a fun and creative way to start a story and this wonderful imagination continues right throughout the story! Gregory and the Grimbockle by Melanie Shubert is a self published story about a young boy who encounters a Grimbockle - a small purple creature who looks after humans by ensuring that the threads that tie us all together are never severed as sadness is something that they dislike. Gregory learns how to help the Grimbockle and together they mend lost or broken Exoodles (the invisible threads that hold us together with others) around the world. Not only is this story is magical and mysterious but it allows the young reader to enter into a world that they can only wish existed (perhaps it does.....) The Grimbockle is a delightful creature who is determined to care for humans who don't seem to care about losing friendships or family members through lack of communication, worrying only about ourselves instead of others or just being too preoccupied with the latest toy or television show! He works tirelessly to mend the threads which we just wash away every day (perhaps less showers are in order...) Gregory and the Grimbockle reminded me of The BFG - the Grimbockle speaks in a similar way to the BFG and the magical world Melanie has created was amazing. This is a story to be read out loud to younger readers (8-9) or read alone with older readers (10-12yrs) - but definitely one to talk about long after it has been read. Maintaining positive friendships is so important and something we all need to be more mindful of in the busy world we live in. #gregoryandthegrimbockle#melanieschubert#friendship#bookstagram#children#parenting#books
This is an easy-to-do magic (read “science”) trick that will impress any child and a few adults too. All you need is a ketchup packet, a plastic bottle and water.
Make sure that your packet floats and put it in a plastic bottle. Then add water so it’s overflowing and close the lid tightly. Now squeeze the bottle hard and make the ketchup packet sink!
When the bottle is squeezed, all the pressure is transferred to the ketchup packet. There is usually a small air bubble trapped inside the ketchup packet. Unlike liquid, the air can be squashed. The volume of air gets smaller, its density increases and the packet gets heavier for its weight than water. When you release the bottle, air expands back and the ketchup packet floats again.
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When I was a kid I vividly remember when my school would have amazing grown ups come and share what they were passionate about. I was always so inspired by these people and could never imagine ever actually becoming one myself! Life is a trip!
THANKS @sunwarriortribe for giving @travisbrewer.ninja and I the opportunity to go around and share our passion for movement with children. #dreamcometrue
Thanks @thegripninjas for helping set up the ninjas obstacles 👊
मध्यप्रदेश के राजगढ़ में ज़िले के कलेक्टर कर्मवीर शर्मा और उनकी पत्नी कचरा बीनने वाले बच्चों के माता पिता के रोल में नज़र आये. उन्होंने NGO की मदद से पहले इन बच्चों की पढ़ाई का स्तर सुधारा, फिर उन्हें स्कूल में दाखिला दिलाने खुद गार्डियन बनकर पहुंचे. #UserGeneratedContent#MadhyaPradesh#school#children#humanity