Each day we're getting closer and closer to the beginning of spring. To celebrate the arrival of the sunshine, a special field of flowers will begin blooming, marking a colorful departure from winter. This North Carolina flower field is the ultimate ode to warmer days, but you only have a limited time to experience the beauty.
Dewberry Farm in Kernersville, North Carolina, pretty much has it all — sunflowers in the summer and pumpkins and hayrides in the fall, but their springtime celebration is one to be admired.*
There's a tulip field with around 100,000 flowers that start blooming in the spring.
Not only can you take pictures in the tulip field for the photoshoot of your dreams, but you can also handpick these beauties to create the most epic bouquet.
Normally, the field opens towards the end of March, but it all depends on when the tulips decide to stick their stems up towards the sun.
Your trip to the farm gets even cuter when you come across all the animals, including baby ducks, miniature donkeys, babydoll sheep, goats, and more.
You don't even have to sweat the cost. Admission is $5 to this springtime haven during the week and he flowers are an additional $1 each.*
At that price, it's a no brainer. However, you can't wait around for too long, because the flowers are usually only in full bloom for a good two weeks.
It has six different speeds that range from gentle mixing to high-speed whipping. It also comes with dough hooks so you can knead bread without making a huge mess.
Everything comes apart easily when you're done and ready to clean up.
Dash Everyday Stand Mixer
Details: The Dash stand mixer is way cheaper than a Kitchen-Aid one which can cost around $600 (!!!). For less than a hundred bucks, you can get a ridiculously cute mixer in pink, aqua, red or white. It has everything you need to make a decadent chocolate cake or fresh sourdough bread.
Les faits se sont déroulés en 2019, lorsque le criminel a filmé plusieurs adolescentes âgées de 13 à 17 ans lors d'une fête, dans des positions explicites et les a ensuite publié sur Snapchat pendant 24 heures, alors qu'il avait des milliers d'abonnés.
The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) has just filed a $90 million lawsuit against the City and Toronto Fire Services (TFS) over a massive fire that destroyed York Memorial Collegiate Institute in 2019.
The legal document claim that the fire department failed to do their job properly upon initial arrival, which resulted in the fire rekindling on May 7. TDSB also argues that Fire Chief Matthew Pegg attempted to sway them into believing the fires were separate.
"While the TDSB and our insurers had hoped to resolve this matter outside of court, we were left with no choice but to take legal action," stated the school.
In a press conference, Pegg commented on the lawsuit, saying, "I became aware of the statement of claim being filed today, a copy of one of the media articles was sent to me by a colleague. It is now in the hands of city legal, as is our process at any point of time for any legal action, and that's where it's best suited. It's a matter that will be managed by legal services and ultimately in the courts."