The Surprising Social Habits of Crows

Originally posted on Longreads:
At Seattle Met, James Ross Gardner reports on the surprising social arrangements and habits of crows, who recognize and remember individual people and hold funerals to honor their dead — a phenomenon that is helping scientists like Kaeli Swift understand how intelligent creatures process death. Feed a crow and she will…

Inspirational power

Originally posted on A Wandering Memory:
At A Wandering Memory¬†we understand that the Earth is a wonderful place, offering such variety of memory making locations and experiences A number of those locations are natural wonderlands that have the power to empower and inspire the human spirit. ? Go out see the earth for yourself, Travel…

So Much S’more

Originally posted on Bespoke Traveler:
She was charring the small white fluff on her wooden stick with deliberate wrist flicks. The flames caught the rotund piece every few minutes, creating black cracked skin on top of the snowy miniature pillow. I watched her dip the skewer into the fire, sparks erupting upwards onto the twinkling…

Bloomin’ Wonderful

Originally posted on heretherebespiders:
Himself bought me a bunch of hyacinth bulbs. I love to have them inside, as I adore their fragrance. Can’t do that, with kitten-features about the place. I was rushed to get them into the ground, so I stuck them wherever I could. I’m well pleased! First one to show her…