Well, I've got a smile on my face from watching that remarkable man.
Just what I hoped for!
Loved it, Nan! Thanks for sharing with u=s. He is surely a treasure.And I like your header photo very much - so beautifully autumnal.Mary
I've watched this a couple of times today. Love it! I also love your new header. It's exactly how I imagine fall in New Hampshire!
Everywhere it looks so beautiful!
That was a pleasure to listen to. And yes, those kids are adorable.
I think the Cambridges are doing a good job with those children. And did you guess, as I did, that Kate has read Charlotte's Web to them?
I saw this on the BBC website this morning. It was a much shorter version, with a lot of what Attenborough said cut out, so thanks for that!
I saw it first on instagram, and then went to youtube to see if I could put it on the blog, and there it was!
They sure are!
I'm an Attenborough admirer, for sure, and always enjoy anything he's involved with. He was said to be a neighbor of mine when I lived on the border of Twickenham and Richmond in the late nineties, but I never spotted him.
Did you see that I figured out how to add my own words?? With thanks to you. When I saw the video - I also saw "html" and "compose" words you had told me about! So I hit html, and then compose and voilá, I had a "real post". So thank you so much!And... you lived in England? Lucky you!
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