You may be wondering what the connection is between the Olympics and the second part of the “Twelve Days of Christmas”. Well, there are five gold rings in the song, and there are five rings in the official Olympic symbol – one of which is yellow (aka gold) – soâ¦ okay, go ahead. Coincidentally, the 2022 Winter Olympics begin in February, which means rings – and gold medals (gold!) – are just around the corner. Get ready for skiing, figure skating and yes, the rings, by reading this tribute to all things Olympic.
âHatch and Raise Your Own Chicks: Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Guinea Fowlâ by Gail Damerow.
All I can say is, if you get six laying geese, you – and the new moms – have work to do. Maybe the experience will be so inspiring that you will add chickens, turkeys, ducks and guinea fowl to your family. Luckily, Damerow has your back (or wings?) And will guide you through the journey with knowledge and grace. Have a family life full of poultry!
“The Lord of the Rings” by JRR Tolkien.
The ultimate gold ring, in my opinion, is the one known as “My Precious”, a key character in Tolkien’s trilogy of novels, “The Lord of the Rings”. Whether you want to read or watch the story, the library contains both the books and director Peter Jackson’s trio of films based on the adventures and tribulations of hobbits, men, elves, and others, alive. in the fantastic Middle Earth.