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When Mary Lennox, who has been brought up in India in a spoiled manner, is orphaned she has to move to Yorkshire, England, to live with her uncle in Misselthwaite Manor. Here she is treated much differently than she was in India - she is able to make friends with children her own age, one of these being her sickly cousin, Colin Craven (Introduction by ashleighjane)
 
Mary Lennox is a spoiled, middle-class, self-centred child who has been recently orphaned. She is accepted into the quiet and remote country house of an uncle, who has almost completely withdrawn into himself after the death of his wife. Mary gradually becomes drawn into the hidden side of the house: why does she hear the crying of a unseen child? Why is there an overgrown, walled garden, its door long locked? (Summary by Peter)
 
Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary L ...
 
One of the most delightful and enduring classics of children's literature, The Secret Garden by Victorian author Frances Hodgson Burnett has remained a firm favorite with children the world over ever since it made its first appearance. Initially published as a serial story in 1910 in The American Magazine, it was brought out in novel form in 1911. The plot centers round Mary Lennox, a young English girl who returns to England from India, having suffered the immense trauma by losing both her ...
 
The Food Chain is an audience-interactive newstalk radio program that airs live on Saturdays from 9am to 10am Pacific time. The Food Chain, which has been named the Ag/News Show of the Year by California's legislature, is hosted by Michael Olson, author of the Ben Franklin Book of the Year award-winning MetroFarm, a 576-page guide to metropolitan agriculture.
 
Welcome to Cottage In The Court where I will keep you informed about garden conversations, events, tips and product reviews from books to tools. l even suggest gardens to see, garden adventures to have and spotlight some fabulous horticultural folks you will want to know about. Settle in, pour a cup of tea and transplant yourself into my world. Thanks for listening to Cottage In The Court!
 
Join host Larry Meiller every weekday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on The Ideas Network stations as he discusses environmental and consumer issues, gardening and helpful "how-to" topics with his guests. Executive producer Jane Rotonda, along with producer Jill Nadeau, seek out knowledgeable guests who give you accurate advice on a range of topics impacting your life and community. And you're always welcome to be part of the conversation as Meiller helps you get your questions answered. Also tu ...
 
Do you love Jesus and love farming? Then this is the podcast for you! The host, Noah Sanders, is the author of Born-Again Dirt, Farming to the Glory of God. On this show he shares how we can connect faith and farming so that we can find purpose in glorifying God and serving others while excelling in land stewardship. As a market gardener and homesteader Noah shares stories from his own journey as well as interviews of other Christian Agrarians. Join us as we seek to Redeem the Dirt!
 
Does your home ever feel like “a Money Pit?” It doesn’t have to be that way! We’re Tom Kraeutler and Leslie Segrete, hosts of The Money Pit Podcast. For us, a money pit is not a disaster – it’s a home you love! Whether you’re dealing with a repair or dreaming about a reno, consider us your coach, helper or home improvement therapist for all things remodeling, decor or fix up! From bathrooms to basements, demolition to décor and gardening to garages, we share non-biased expertise to help you ...
 
I have a deep belief that all lasting change begins on the inside and works its way out. I believe that lasting success is a combination of doing the deep personal work and having a business philosophy that is in alignment with your core values. I believe that, ultimately, the business that will give you the most joy and profitability is the one that is based on referrals and repeat business. I believe that becoming a referable person may be one of the most rewarding and challenging quests t ...
 
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Are the leaves beginning to pile up around your home, do you dread all the raking and leaf cleanup? We’ve got tips to speed up your leaf removal so you can get back to enjoying the beautiful weather. It’s fireplace season, which means getting your chimney cleaned is a job that’s needed. But unfortunately, it can also lead to chimney contractors off…
 
Remember Mike Lizotte?? Mike the Seedman joins us for a few tips on fall panting, why we need to order now, and a few tips on having a beautiful meadow in 2021. Let's not just think about bulbs...but considering a future meadow as well! Check out American Meadows by clicking here I ask that you continue to follow me... Https://www.cottageinthecourt…
 
If you’re a home improving weekend warrior, we’ve got tips on easy “all-in-one-weekend” home improvement projects that are so easy on your schedule you can fit them in after your Saturday morning coffee and still have enough time for a leisurely dinner Sunday! Plus… Fall is a great time to get your lawn, garden and landscape ready for winter and a …
 
Linda Jones, Elements of Nature is an example of what can be done when you put your mind to it. Recently retired and a Certified Master Gardener, Linda has been in touch with earth for over 30 years. Her horticultural journey includes consultations, public speaking, design, and more. Maryland is proud to have Linda jones as an integral part of our …
 
Fall may not be the season for planting a new garden but it is definitely the season for planting new trees and bushes – and that’s a project we’re taking on here at The Money Pit to keep the deer away from the apparently very tasty bushes we have now. We share tips on why this is the best option for a deer-resistant landscape and how to make sure …
 
Wednesday is usually a day when one begins to consider planning the weekend. It is the perfect day to share something new that some just might want to know. Therefore What We need to Know Wednesday seemed like a great idea. From time to time, I will begin to share things of interest in the middle of the week for those who enjoy gardening. After all…
 
Water may seem like a boring podcast topic. But water is essential to life, and our farms cannot function without it. How resilient is our source of water? Do we have more than one source of water? How can we be a better steward of the water on our farms? As Christians we should be motivated by gratitude to utilize every possible drop of water on o…
 
A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for the sale of your house. But using right colors can actually help sell your home faster! Tom & Leslie share the most profitable colors for Kitchen and Bath. Plus… Plus, a pressure washer can make short work of that last round of outdoor cleaning. We’ve got advice to consider when buying one. If you’re plannin…
 
Joy is something that we need more of today. Noticing simple pleasures along the way are gifts from Mother Nature. Who doesn't like presents? I gather as I walk, whether in my garden or simply as I engage with nature. I wrote about it on my blog. Click here to find out more. I also gather terrific friends. Louise Clark is one of those friends. She …
 
Summer’s come to an end, but your fresh supply of veggies doesn’t have to. In this episode Tom & Leslie tips to how to turn your summer vegetable garden into a fall vegetable garden. Plus… Plus, as the temps go down the cost of heating your home goes up! We’ll share a few simple steps you can take around your home to reduce energy use and save mone…
 
As followers of Jesus who are called to steward the land, how can we practically make disciples in our own community? We are often busy and don't know where to start. But in this episode I share about a simple resource called a 'Well-watered Garden' and how it can be a powerful modelling and teaching tool for everyday farmers and gardeners. In this…
 
From single sinks to limited square footage, smaller bathrooms often leave much to be desired. But you don’t have to make a bathroom bigger to make it better. Tom & Leslie share tips expand your bath without emptying your wallet. Plus… Do you ever feel like you spend as much time cleaning your kitchen as cooking in it? Well, we’ve got tips on how y…
 
Did you know that Fall is the busiest season of the year for flooring projects? Well, it turns out that flooring is not being used for just floors anymore. Designers are using floor materials in some very unexpected and beautiful ways. Tom & Leslie have tips for this trending project. Plus… Pretty soon it’ll be time to take out your window screens …
 
Simply sharing who I am, celebrating my boldness in stepping out and getting to know people in horticulture. Using Audrey Hepburn's words "...to believe in tomorrow". The poem - My Garden Is My Sanctuary by Marie Church https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/my-garden-is-my-sanctuary-poem Follow Me... Https://www.cottageinthecourt.com...Instagram a…
 
I first met Lady Farmer at Monticello a few years ago. It was their initial launch and I was impressed by the mission as well as their purpose. Existing in a slow, measured way can be fulfilling and educational. How many times since we have been unintentionally pausing have you figured out that patience is quite the virtue? I continue to follow the…
 
James Brayton Hall is the President and CEO of The Garden Conservancy. Since 1989 this gift of love from Frank Cabot as consistently created a stir in the preservation of American gardens, sharing gardens across this nation and celebrating the importance of gardens to our everyday lives. Some might think this is an organization for your grandmother…
 
Fall is the season to work on getting your lawn ready for next year but can doing so expose you to toxic chemicals? Tom & Leslie share a better path toward a healthy and green using non-toxic, easy to apply lawn care products. Plus… Fall is also a good time to get your driveway ready for winter. Get DIY tips to fix driveway cracks, patch holes and …
 
With cooler weather ahead, now is a great time to get your chimney ready for a roaring fire. Tom and Leslie share tips and ideas to make sure your chimney is clean and safe for a season of toasty fires. Plus… Whether your old furnace is ready for replacement or you want a more efficient upgrade, a new furnace should never be an impulse buy. But too…
 
When someone asks you have you heard of Laura Dowling, after gasping you say "YES". Admiring from afar - but reading all of her books - the opportunity to chat with her was worth waiting for. You see Laura Dowling also loves Paris. She even attended the floral Design School there and consistently shares her craft on social media. If you are not fol…
 
One of the most fundamental skills needed to be truly sustainable and resilient during tough times on our homesteads and farms is the ability to save seeds. Whoever controls the food controls the people, and whoever controls the seed supply controls the food supply. So our freedom is very closely tied to our ability to produce and save seeds within…
 
If your pancakes are salty and your meatloaf is sweet – you might not be lacking cooking skills but the right lighting in your kitchen! Tom & Leslie share tips for top task lighting. Plus… With U.S. home prices still rising, is buying a home that’s been foreclosed a good deal? We’ll share the pros and cons. If you’d like your home to be more energy…
 
New kitchens consistently deliver the best return on your remodeling investment. But how do actually you get started on planning such a major makeover? Tom & Leslie share tips to help you cook up a perfect plan! Plus… Have you ever tried to fix a crack in a concrete step, or porch or sidewalk only to have it open right back up again? We’ll share so…
 
Squeaking floors are one of life’s little annoyances, but do they signal a structural problem below? Tom & Leslie have the answer plus step-by-squeaky-step tips to make them go away for good. Plus… You drink it, you cook with it, you bathe in it…but are you sure it’s safe? Tap water can be deceiving, because it looks and tastes harmless even when i…
 
Maryland offers so many different agricultural opportunities. I recently explored two Maryland Wineries. Since the opportunity to #resetrenewrestore in Europe was not possible, experiencing Maryland as a local has been my mission. As 2020 makes us settle into our perspective places and not travel abroad, getting to know the local agriculture commun…
 
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