Did I mention we have geese. Well yes. Desert and geese don’t really go. But my husband was fed up with our chickens digging up our fruit tree roots, and I didn’t want to keep them in their house all day so he swapped our seven chickens plus one rooster for three geese. Two females and a male.
Apart from the odd incident (like when the male bit the bottom of my youngest son in a surprise strike attack), overall I like them very much and their funny ways.
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#1: They are spontaneous. #2: They have a mischievous sense of humour. #3: They are generous. #4: They are remarkably tolerant. #5: They don’t hold a grudge.
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This BBC article gives me hope because is illustrates that individuals can make ethical choices even when their culture or society has a different way, even at great risk to their own self, and that through these individuals greater social change can happen.
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“It is an award for bloggers addicted to blogging with creative, ingenious and inspiring posts. They mesmerise their followers with their posts, keep them captivated and riveted to their blog. The Blog-aholic Award is also for bloggers who share and inspire others”
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I’ve been thinking a lot about integration recently. Given the news, the American election, the conversations going around online, my own multicultural family.
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As a Brit rain is not something I naturally get excited about. Cold, wet, grey and inconvenient. However, since living in the desert I have a new appreciation for it.
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Dear America, You are great. To me you are great because you are so diverse. YOU ARE A KALEIDOSCOPE OF DIVERSITY ALREADY AND YOU ARE GREAT BECAUSE OF IT. The people who make you up into a nation make you great – the little ones more so than the big ones. Your creative culture is […]
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