Friday, November 27, 2015
Monday, November 23, 2015
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Decorating Christmas trees is a nostalgic thing for my family. Dad started the tradition with streamers and baubles. As I accumulate more and more ornaments, I decided I would buy one ornament a year. What is more meaningful than buying an ornament that has a good cause. This is why I am all for the Farmers Hospice Bauble.
Designed by Kiwi artists Michel Tuffery and Letitia Lam, the limited edition glass baubles are delicately handpainted and feature two unique designs that showcase native New Zealand flowers.
Paki Paki to Farmers:
“We are proud to tell our customers that when they purchase Hospice Baubles, the full amount is donated to Hospice New Zealand, to support their services to remain free of charge in our community.”
Exclusive to Farmers, Hospice Baubles are sold in-store only (RRP $10) and are available from now until December 24, 2015.
Written on behalf of Farmers by Impact PR
By Fleur Revell
18 November 2015
18 November 2015
Monday, November 16, 2015
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
This photo was taken in the Singapore Zoo.
Yesterday, our Auckland orangeutan was sent to USA for breeding.
Auckland zoo is sending three Bornean orangutans to the United States to take part in an international breeding programme for the endangered ape.
Monday, November 9, 2015
Sunday, November 8, 2015
You may say New Zealand has a lot of dare devils. My daughter G who bungy jumped at sixteen went sky diving in Taupo two weeks ago.
I wonder why they painted the plane like a wide mouth shark? Was it to make the divers feel more invinsible? That they entered the belly of the yellow shark and jumped out alive.
Stay mellow with yellow!