In 2010 I saw a version of the traditional bright red phone booths in England, transformed. Inside shelves had been installed stocked with books, with an opportunity for the reader to choose a book and swap one out.
it’s the gardens that have me in awe every-time. As I strolled after the rain, the surreal light that cast its shadow on the 150 acres was magnificent. There is something about being in nature that inspires a view of the physical and the spiritual where they converge as one.
I love books best of all, but it took me time to realize that a day without reading is like a day without water.
In 1773, the British Parliament, imposed a tea tax, on the young colony of America, partly as a way to exert control and in a contest of rebellion, in Boston, the indignant colonists disguised themselves as Native Americans and threw the tea into the harbor.