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Great grapes

In my previous post I wrote about the apple tree in my mother’s garden. Although we aren’t really the types to take care for nature’s prettiest gifts, you can also find a grapevine in our garden. 115 more words

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Addicted to Love

“Might as well face it, you’re addicted to love.”  –Robert Palmer

“You are the Perfect Drug” –Nine Inch Nails

It’s truly remarkable that love has been likened to a drug by so many poets, artists and authors; and yet–it’s taken this long for someone like Helen Fisher to look into the relationship between the feeling of love and chemical addiction!! 108 more words

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Pest Control - Nature's Way - the Braconid Wasp

You may have seen this phenomenon at one time or another. Little white cocoons on the back of a tomato hornworm. Those cocoons are from the larvae of the Braconid wasp. 81 more words

Gardening

The Big Lie-Motherhood Feminism and the Reality of the Biological Clock

Tanya Selvaratnam says “for all the news stories about age and infertility, egg freezing, sperm donation, in vitro fertilization, and the like, many women believe in the fantasy that they can become mothers on their own timetables…She goes on to say that thinking you can have kids when you are ready is a flawed belief with devastating consequences. 28 more words

The Man You Call Dad, Is Not Your Father

The man you call dad, is not your father.

There. I said it.

And one day, I’m going to have to say it out loud, because one day you are going to come to me and you are going to ask. 674 more words

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