"Since the day I was born I have loved you so much..." were the opening words I penned on a handmade Mother's Day card back in the 3rd grade. Those were the only words I remember as our teacher was a merciless editor and I think those were the only original words I was allowed … [Read more...] about The History of Mothers Day and a Memorable 2020
Queen Elizabeth II is fortunate to have 2 birthdays a year. The public celebration is in June when the weather is warmer, but her official birthday is on April 21st which she celebrates privately. While her birthday plans may be private, but we do know that her favourite … [Read more...] about Queen Elizabeth turns 94 on April 21st
Sip Tea Like Aristocracy with The Official Downton Abbey Afternoon Tea CookbookThis gorgeous hardcover cookbook has come just at the right time to help bring cheer to Downton Abbey fans in quarantine.Experience tea time at Downton Abbey like never before with classic … [Read more...] about The New Official Downton Abbey Afternoon Tea Cookbook
The anniversary of the ill-fated voyage of Titanic is celebrated each April 14th. At 2:20 am. on April 15, 1912, the British ocean liner sank about 400 miles south of Newfoundland, Canada. The massive ship, which carried 2,200 passengers and crew, had struck an iceberg two and a … [Read more...] about April 14 Marks the Anniversary of the Sinking of Titanic
Christians believe Jesus was executed on Good Friday and died for our sins, sacrificing his flesh. The Church, therefore, encourages followers to abstain from eating meaty flesh on the anniversary of Christ’s death. Fish is perceived to be a different kind of flesh, as it comes … [Read more...] about Why Eat Fish & Chips on Good Friday?