Looks like Shrimp n' Lobster put together two very different bouquets!
A sprig of Myrtle in the bouquet became a royal tradition when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert on February 10, 1840.
Before picking any flowers make sure it's okay to do so in the first place. Otherwise you could get into very big trouble!
For a botanical dream visit Kew gardens! You can explore the largest compilation of vegetation in the world, nearing 8.5 million species. Now that's a bouquet!
Visit kew HERE!
Isn't it fun being a tourist? Shrimp n' Lobster are having a blast exploring London! They will join thousands as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot.
While visiting London, put ole Windsor Castle on the list! It has a rich history dating back to 1070. Who know's perhaps you'll bump into the Queen! It is still her residence.
Also look out for St. George Chapel on the premise. It will make history once again as American, Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry on Saturday May 19th.
What is the tradition of wedding bells? Learn about it HERE!
You don't have to be on an expedition to take part in an adventure. Anything out of your comfort zone can be exciting and a little uneasy. That's a good thing! Its all apart of growth! After all we, don't want to get stuck wearing the same ole shoes we wore when were were kids, now do we? Ouch! Mental growth, physical growth...you get the idea. Enjoy the adventure!
The non profit, Ocean Cleanup, has begun the process of taking plastics out of the ocean! Learn about this massive project HERE!
On May 2, 1933, a monster was spotted in the Scottish lake of Loch Ness! A photo of this strange creature was taken but was later revealed a hoax. Whether you believe or not, inconclusive data shows that something lurks in the deep waters below. Could it be our mysterious Loch Ness? We may never know!
The east coast of the United States can't seem to catch a break with Old Man Winter digging his heels in the seasonal ground. Not to fret! Spring always bounces back! Happy Spring everyone!
It looks like the little Hedgehogs numbers in English Gardens are picking up! Thanks to the help of friendly neighbors making their environment a little more comfy. Learn about these Hedgehog friendly gardens HERE!
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