Saturday, August 31st. If you want to watch the video instead of reading: Story 1: Mikelle Biggs Mikelle Biggs was a 6th-grade honor student in Mesa, Arizona. She played clarinet and wanted to be a Disney animator when she grew up. On the evening January 2, 1999 Mikelle was playing outside with her sister Kimber. Mikelle was 11 and Kimber was 9 years old. Mikelle was riding Kimber's bicycle and doing big circles as they were waiting for the icecream truck. Kimber told her sister she.
Walden, or Life in the Woods, by Thoreau. “The true price of anything you do is the amount of time you exchange for it.” ― Henry David Thoreau. TIL that while writing "Walden, or Life in the Woods" Henry David Thoreau would make his mother wash his dirty laundry. # Today is. Eat Outside Day gtIt's the last day of August, and the end of summer is only three weeks away. That sounds like a good enough reason to have a day dedicated to eating outside. Eating outside, or eating alfresco, dates back to the middle ages, when hunters ate outside before beginning their excursions. Picnics, which have historically been eaten in pastoral settings, first became popular in the 18th century. The word "picnic" was first used in English in 1748, and picnicking in.