We need potatoes

August 9, 2017

Good morning beautiful peeps and so we are into the mid week and a wet and gloomy Wednesday morning.

 

 

Did you know that the whole purpose of the six weeks holiday was due to agriculture? Yes in victorian times the children would take time out from school to help reap the harvest, pick fruit and help around the farm. Sadly those traditions of old are no longer with us so young people have six weeks of idleness and get themselves into all sorts of trouble. With cuts in budgets there is little or nothing for our youngsters to do.

 

 

A Few Things to do over the summer.

1. Vue mini mornings

sponsored by Cushelle both Adults and children can experience the big screen at a small price. Visit the Vue website and see what is on offer.

 

2. Your nearest museum

Most museums in London are free so why not pack a lunch, top up the oyster and take the kiddies, there are a range of museums from the science to the transport museum. Whatever your interest there is a museum for you.

 

3. Tennis or football free coaching sessions. This is a community sports charity project where you can access free coaching sessions for the family. For more information check out the website.

https://www.tennisforfree.com/index.php

 

4. Child friendly cycling routes. If you have bikes at home why not go for a friendly bike ride. weather permitting. There are some lovely cycle routes along the river and canals based in London. Why not check out your local area and see what is on offer.

 

Find more things to do around the country in the link below.

 

Read more

https://www.lovemoney.com/news/16360/cheap-free-things-to-do-summer-holidays-kids

 

 

The MET office have issued yellow weather warnings as heavy downpours are to be expected. Large parts of the country are due to be hit by torrential rain. get those welly boots and brolly's ready.

 

Read more

http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/wandsworthnews/15461983.Yellow_warning_issued_for_London_as_downpours_move_south/

 

 

Country star Glen Campbell has died aged 81. After his battle with Alzheimer's disease. his career spanned six decades. He produced hits such as Rhinestone Cowboy, Southern nights and more.

 

Read More 

http://www.stereoboard.com/content/view/209720/9

 

As I peer through my window and watch the droplets of rain fall, we still count them as a miracle, for without the rain we would not have potatoes.

 

Have a beautiful day and go chase those dreams and I will see yall on the other side.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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