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The Lyme Card.
October is United Nations Month.
With 193 member states the UN is Earth's largest intergovernmental organization.
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Llenyddiaeth អក្ខរកម្ម Ukufunda nokubhala
September 8th is UNESCO International Literacy Day.
A relationship between sound and letters
needed for reading, writing and vocabulary,
literacy is a foundation for development.
One in five of Earth's adult population is illiterate.
August's flower is tall and majestic. Some of these spikes of funnel flowers grow to over 1.5 meters.
July is named in honour of Roman author, historian and
dictator Julius Caesar who was assassinated in 44 BC,
a decade after leading an invasion of Britain.
|British warriors 44-45 BC|
In Canada July 28 commemorates the "Great Upheaval"
a 1755 decision to deport Acadians from Nova Scotia.
Ruby, gemstone of this joyful month is found around our planet — Montana to Macedonia, Mozambique to Myanmar.
Three billion is the estimated age of Greenland rubies.
The majestic snowy egret
renowned for its stillness
and tranquility is May's bird
is this month's designated flower.
The links will take you to photos of both.
Where I live, 51°N 114°W, outdoor gardening season starts on Victoria Day weekend, a holiday to celebrate the birth of Queen Victoria, May 24th 1819.
A short, awesome month,
about celebrating multilingualism
|UNESCO photo from internet|
and seeing hearts among us. ♡
|NASA photo via Pinterest|
|Emma Magrath photo|