The last few weeks I've got a lot of mail ♡ Little Dragons Cafe was one of the amazing packages 😍
Thankyou love for this awesome surprise gift ♡ @fan.tendo
It's a really cute game but a little slow. Love the artwork though but I am a little bit disapointed in the animations.
What do you think about this game and what color does your dragon have ?
Checkout my player 2 and the amazing gamers I've tagged
#littledragonscafe#nintendoswitch#fall # autumn #leaves#pinecones#relax#tea#pickwick
🌹We had a fab time yesterday at The Haycock Hotel Wedding Fayre with @ts_wedding_events_peterborough 🌹
🍁 We were feeling autumnal with burnt oranges and deep dark reds. Mini pumpkins 🎃 and mini pinecones. 🍁 .
💐Here is everything we had in our fresh flowers on show. Can’t wait for the next one!!💐
《BOOK REVIEW 5🌟》
Spellbook of Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle
My, oh my, this is hands down one of the best books I've read this year, and it hasn't received nearly enough of the recognition it deserves.
Okay so this book is not entirely linear, and flits between different times and narrators/groups. There are three main 'groups' with a lead narrator for each group. Laurel, who narrates on behalf of her and her two friends, Holly and Ash. Olivia who narrates on behalf of her and her friend Rose. And Hazel, who narrates on behalf of her, her brother Rowan, and their childhood friend Ivy. (Totally digging the names, right?)
Every teen in the book has lost something in one way or another, ranging from petty items like hair clips, to sentimental items like a charm bracelet, to less tangible things like virginity; right through to losing a parent(s). Most of the losing of things is believed to have occurred during or post a summer party that takes place one evening. Then not too long afterwards, a Spellbook is discovered, including a spell that can bring back that which has been lost. Of course there is always a catch: Every lost thing requires a sacrifice - a new loss for every called thing found. But our characters decide to try their luck in finding those things that they have lost and hold most important to them.
This is a wonderful book about 'longing, belonging, and all the things you lose along the way'. The author's writing was poetic and clever, and left the perfect subtle hints at the truths and endings of the story. The ending was solid and conclusive, and not at all rushed. I loved every moment spent reading this book, and the world building and attention to detail was magical.
Another worthwhile comment to be made is how successfully diverse our characters are. The characters weren't covering a check list or too in your face; but wedid have one character with a disability, bisexuality, a lesbian character, a mixed race character; all of which were portrayed well. In fact, all the characters were developed brilliantly, and this was an on the whole perfect book.
Full review is on my goodreads, including trigger warnings.
Box 11 ; A spiky corn
Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)
The another amazing researcher who is sitting right next me brought this perfect size corn for my collection!