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Sometimes problems seem too big to be able to make a difference - love this reminder that change happens one person at a time.

Bacon Cheddar & Spinach Quiche Cups

Bacon Cheddar & Spinach Quiche Cups are a perfect, savory brunch recipe that's so easy to make. Baked in fluffy puff pastry- these mini quiches are delish! Perfect for Easter or Mother's Day celebrations, you'll want to make 3-4 batches to feed your crowd. But don't worry, they are so simple & take less than 30 minutes.

Bacon Cheddar & Spinach Quiche Cups

Bacon Cheddar & Spinach Quiche Cups are a perfect, savory brunch recipe that's so easy to make. Baked in fluffy puff pastry- these(can add any ingrients you have left over and use any biscuits) mini quiches are delish! Perfect for Easter or Mother's Day celebrations, you'll want to make 3-4 batches to feed your crowd. But don't worry, they are so simple & take less than 30 minutes.

Mother an new baby lowland gorillas at the Buffalo, New York, Zoo. The Buffalo Zoo has several gorillas, which you can watch summer or winter. This Mom is going to raise her own baby, and that's perfect. Lily_baby_e

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Blueberry Coconut Baked Oatmeal

Blueberry Coconut Baked Oatmeal - A healthy brunch recipe for Mothers day, this baked oatmeal is vegan & gluten free.

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Feeding the homeless and helping the less fortunate can give you a sense of happiness. It taught me that you cant take things for granted

In Ireland and Scotland, the first farmer to finish the grain harvest made a corn dolly, representing the Cailleach (also called “the Carlin”), from the last sheaf of the crop. The figure would then be tossed into the field of a neighbor who had not yet finished bringing in their grain. The last farmer to finish had the responsibility to take in and care for the corn dolly for the next year, with the implication they’d have to feed and house the hag all winter. (McNeill)