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Eat your greens

There are many fun and delicious ways to do so : 30 more words

Food

Leaf Abstract

Do you recognize this type of leaf with its blocks of colour?.

© Sheila Creighton 2014

Photography

Simple kale fried rice.

I love kale.  Its probably my favorite winter green.  Something about it is very comforting, very grounding.  I have a hard time digesting it raw, so I usually cook it lightly and it tastes so delicious.   587 more words

Dinner

Candidate position on Coal Seam Gas? No Brainer!

Bass Coast Shire Council at its’ meeting September 17 2014 passed a motion under Urgent Business (Item K.1) that reads in part -

Make urgent representation to all candidates for the upcoming State election that Bass Coast Shire Council does not support Coal Seam Gas and that our communities deserve certainty regarding the intentions of the next state government in relation to unconventional gas exploration and development. 100 more words

Bass

CIMB Classic 2014

The CIMB Classic 2014 is back in KLGCC from the 27th of October to the 2nd of November. With it, the golf course maintenance volunteer program and seminar returns.With great speakers to fulfil your intellectual appetite, working (as a volunteer) at one of Asia’s best golf course to satisfy your curiosity and watching some of the world’s best golfers in action to gratify your golfing mind; you should stop reading now and go straight to the form below, print it out, fill it up and fax it in (don’t forget to make payment too ya?) 536 more words

Padang Golf

Now We Rest Before We Rest Some More

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Happy Autumnal Equinox everyone.  It has been a great year and a great end to a great year.  This was the first week we pulled sweet potatoes out and the peanuts are swelling in the ground.   853 more words

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My Journey to Gratitude - Thank You Scotland

Like many across our lands I find myself in an awakened space today, with a bit of a bruised soul, but a warm heart and a sparked mind – looking to the horizon for what’s next. 1,474 more words

Scotland