Florists in Bronte, TX
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Jul 27, 2016
Aunt And Uncle's Day: 21 Quotes, Messages To Greet Our Parent's Siblings On Their Day
“It is not money my aunt thinks about. She knows better than to value worldly wealth above its price.” – Anne Bronte
“My father's sister never married in order to raise me.” – Marcel Carne
“Aunt: A cherished friend and personal cheerleader who will always see you through rose colored glasses.” – Unknown
“ I basically don't do that well with children, although my sister says I'm a great aunt.” – Ann B. Davis
“I think I'm a fan of people who were brave, my aunt, my grandmother, those are my heroes.” – George Eads
“ Aunt Marion was right... Never marry a musician, and never answer the door.” – Charles M. Schulz
“Often and often afterwards, the beloved Aunt would ask me why I had never told anyone how I was being treated. Children tell little more than animals, for what comes to them they accept as eternally established.” – Rudyard Kipling
“I have confidence that you filled with joy my dad’s life when you were kids, because you’re a nice person and especially with an excellent sense of humor.” – Unknown
“There is no greater happiness in this world to know that, apart from my parents, I have an uncle who loves me and is always available to listen.” – Unknown
“Uncles are there to help the child get into mischief they haven’t thought of yet.” – Unknown
“Only the best brothers get promoted to an uncle.” – Unknown
“It was my uncle George who discovered that alcohol was a food well in advance of modern medical thought.” – P. G. Wodehouse
“I’m as lucky as can be. The world’s greatest uncle belongs to me.” – Unknown
“Uncle: The brother of your father or mother; someone special to remember with warmth, think of with pride, and cherish with love.” – Unknown
“An uncle is a blessing. It means so many things. Words could never tell the joy an uncle brings. An uncle is a bond of faith that even time can’t sever, a gift to last all of our lives. An uncle is forever.” – Irene Banks
“Uncle: Thank you for giving me your time. We may spend it to do some mischief to play, but it will always be worthy at the end of the day.” – Unknown
“An amazing uncle is like a glass of refreshing lemonade in the hot summer of life.” – Unknown
... (Latin Times)Feb 2, 2016
The Perfect Weekend in Sydney
Day 1: Bronte, Clovelly, and Bondi Beaches
There’s no better way to sink into Sydney’s laid-back lifestyle than by spending a day exploring its beaches. Start with brunch at Three Blue Ducks in the seaside suburb of Bronte, a 20-minute bus ride from downtown. Sydneysiders take their food seriously, so it’s no surprise that the five Aussie friends who run this place gather most of their ingredients from the kitchen garden. Don't expect run-of-the-mill eggs Benedict: The ever-changing menu may feature house-smoked salmon with kale and chili toast, or broccoli and cauliflower rice with kimchi. For the less intrepid, muffins, muesli, fresh juices, house-made chai, and organic coffee are readily available.
Belly full, follow the (roughly) one-mile clifftop boardwalk to neighboring Clovelly, a tiny, secluded beach popular with snorkelers and divers. Hemmed in by Bronte Beach and Gordons Bay, Clovelly is protected from Sydney’s often unpredictable weather, which means the water here is always calm and crystal clear—and there’s an open-air pool for less confident swimmers, too.
Later, head to Bondi Beach for an outdoor yoga class at Yoga by the Sea and a spot of retail therapy. There’s no need to pack a change of clothes: Bikinis, leggings, and salt-scrunched hair are the street style in this beachside suburb. Don’t miss Aussie designer Camilla Frank’s store for kaftans in rainbow hues, or nip over to the ever-popular Nordic Fusion and pick up some Scandinavian-inspired accessories such as silver dragonfly earrings by Swedish brand Bengt & Lotta. Finish the day in Sydney's Central Business District, with dinner at Bennelong restaurant in the Sydney Opera House or try a night of underground dining at Minus 8, where ex-Nobu chef Anton Verplak plates creative Japanese dishes such as 'dashi' broth, made using wild harvested konbu (seaweed) and honkarebushi (bonito flakes) in a location that changes daily—he’ll send you a text the night before the dinner with directions.
Sydney Opera House still looks grand, 42 years since it made its debut.
Day 2: Glebe and Surry Hills
Thanks to its curious mix of stalls selling everything from homemade chutneys to fresh flowers to Aboriginal art, Glebe Markets draw people from all over Sydney; they also come to hear indie bands play a mix of rock, folk, and covers on the lawn every Saturday. A 15-minute wander down Glebe Point Road takes you to the Blackwattle Bay, a glittering stretch of water that leads to the Sydney Fish Market. There are plenty of cafes around here, but for a quintessential Sydney lunch, pick up a kilo of prawns and some chilled sauvignon blanc, and enjoy a picnic by t... (Condé Nast Traveler)