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Weeks 26 & 27

Fruit/Veg/Edibles: Butternut Squash and a Bunch of Bananas — loving the alliteration

Weekly Monthly weight gain: Granted this was over the course of the month instead of 2 weeks, and granted squash baby decided to quadruple in size during this timeframe (okay, not really) — 9 lbs. 819 more words

My top ten religious movies for Lent

By Tom Quiner

I love movies that depict the power of faith.

There is no one magic formula for a successful religious movie. Sometimes, it is an historical epic. 1,349 more words

Religion

Robyn's Two Week Adventure at the Kushi Institute

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Editor’s note: Robyn Swanson (pictured above), prep cook and sous chef for our Monday night dinners in Palo Alto, recently traded¬†two weeks in sunny California for the snowy Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts. 2,419 more words

Macrobiotics

My top ten religious movies for Lent

By Tom Quiner

I love movies that depict the power of faith.

There is no one magic formula for a successful religious movie. Sometimes, it is an historical epic. 1,349 more words

Religion

Steampunk Month on A Bibliophile's Reverie-Celebrating the Most Zany Artistic Aesthetic Around!

Beginning late next week on Saturday (March 7th),we encourage you all, everyone of you overzealous fans of the Steampunk genre, to kick off Steampunk month- the whole entire month of March,2015- to celebrate the most stellar selection of Steampunk-oriented novels out there. 115 more words

Review of Death Runs in the Family by: Greg Wilkey & Tea Feature

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Greg Wilkey’s Author Facebook Page/Goodreads

On Anne Rice’s Facebook page, ¬†Greg Wilkey is a very frequent contributor to the ongoing discussions that take place there, and he actively shares details about two of his supernatural-themed series. 1,134 more words

The Martyrdom of St.Thomas Becket

Forget Hell hearth no fury like a woman scorned, instead think Hell hearth no fury like a medieval king scorned when you think of the death of Thomas A Becket. 1,077 more words

History