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New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/mary-emersons-honey-house-a-portable-medical-treatment-unit-for-young-brian-ilg/Mary Emerson’s Honey House - A Portable Medical Treatment Unit for Young Brian IlgMary Emerson and 4 other nurses are working on building the Honey House, a portable medical treatment unit for young Brian Ilg, an 8 year-old boy from Patchogue, NY who was born with Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a painful, disfiguring skin disorder. You can like the project on their Facebook page here, watch a short interview with one of these dedicated nurses here, or help fund the project here.” – Jay Shafer
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New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/mary-emersons-honey-house-a-portable-medical-treatment-unit-for-young-brian-ilg/

Mary Emerson’s Honey House - A Portable Medical Treatment Unit for Young Brian Ilg

Mary Emerson and 4 other nurses are working on building the Honey House, a portable medical treatment unit for young Brian Ilg, an 8 year-old boy from Patchogue, NY who was born with Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a painful, disfiguring skin disorder. You can like the project on their Facebook page here, watch a short interview with one of these dedicated nurses here, or help fund the project here.” – Jay Shafer

Read the whole story at Four Lights…

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

A great project for a good cause. Well worth supporting.

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So it’s Well Dressing this weekend in my home town of Wirksworth.

Every year community groups and schools decorate clay covered wooden frames (wells) with petals, seeds and leaves. Originally thought to be a pagan tradition, It is said that it would help bring purity to wells. Primarily utilised during the Black Death. It’s a tradition that is said to have started in a village called Tissington not to far from here in 1349.

Now it just seems like a good excuse for a party!

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