Like I said yesterday, here is part 2 of the pumpkin facts. The most curious fact for me from yesterday is that pumpkins need squash bees to fertilize. My dad plants some from year to year. Thinking about it, I will have to ask him why he stopped. Anyway, I always thought they needed seeds … Continue reading Pumpkins Facts 2
With the start of fall, also known as autumn, brings with the bright orange pumpkin; it is also featured as a Halloween decoration. A traditional Malta food is the savoury pumpkin pie, and it is typically made from four main ingredients: pumpkin, rice, potatoes and tuna. Now that I think about it, I don’t think … Continue reading Pumpkins Facts Part 1
Image from Pexels If you read some of my posts, you know I care about the environment around me and the world. Sadly, it feels that every time I do an environmental post, the topic of plastic comes up. I worry that if we keep not caring and act on the issue, we are the … Continue reading Is Bottled Water Worth The Price?
Image from Pixabay Even if I wouldn’t exchange who I’m for the world as a female, I had pretty much clear skin. The only thing I have ever done to my skin is washing it with water. With testosterone entering my body at a higher level, my skin took the biggest hit. I thought it … Continue reading Skin Facts!
Mistletoe Mistletoe usually is seen in our houses around the Christmas period, hidden in a doorway for lovers to kiss under it. Do you know where this tradition began? It said that the Celtic Druids of the 1st century A.D. because it could overcome the frozen winters and still grow. The Druids viewed as a … Continue reading Blogmas Day 14: Five Christmas Flowers And Plants!
Fall used to be called the harvest season. I think this is because of things like wheat and pumpkins are harvested this time of year. Fall happens because of an Earth tilt. The Earth tilt causes the sun to be further away, making it colder in the northern hemisphere. Weight gain in Fall may not … Continue reading 8 Fun Facts Of Fall