"All Roads Lead to Rome" is a proverb of medieval origin that may refer to: A proverb in a number of languages referring to Roman roads, especially the Milliarium Aureum (per Wikipedia). The Milliarium Aureum in itself is quite interesting, but today I've uncovered a current day project that is just as fascinating to those … Continue reading All Roads Lead to Rome
What started off as a mild hobby, continues to get more entertaining as the stay-at-home orders persist. Apparently Heidi was in the habit of posting her creations and clients' finished hair from her salon Instagram account. Once the salon was forced to close, she continued her stream with the only model she had. View this … Continue reading Mild Hobby turned Wild
Inventions are always fascinating. One knows a lot of personal time and energy were involved.
Ok, let's face it. I couldn't afford subscriptions to all these magazine I am posting, and neither can you... But, while they are offering free access, I am game to poke around and see which ones strike my fancy 🙂 This is the mag that struck my fancy today: How it Works - tap on … Continue reading How it Works Magazine – Free Issue
https://www.palousepathways.org/events/mindfulness We have a GREAT event coming up at Wednesday noon (via Zoom) an introduction to Mindfulness for High School Students featuring Professor Laura Holyoke from the University of Idaho! You can learn more about the session and RSVP here!
I ran across this video a while back and it impressed me as being full of wisdom. If you are a horse person, you will nod in agreement, and yet learn some new things as well. Enjoy! https://thehorse.com/156463/dr-temple-grandin-on-fear-in-horses/ Dr. Temple Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, talks about how horses experience … Continue reading Temple Grandin on Fear in Horses – The Horse