Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
There once was a bat called Tequila, a Halloween story
- 30 October 2019
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That awkward moment
when you unpack
and you realize
in last year’s
might have been real
How did the bat get its name? Fun bat fact: Tequila is produced from the blue agave... and it's the lesser long-nosed bat that pollinates it's flowers.
Have a fun Halloween!
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