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I first gave up about ten years ago, but not for long, followed by a few more attempts finally taking my last drag well over three years ago now, with no real slips other than drunken nostalgia with old friends. 549 more words

Life In Poland

The Wake Up Call

Written by Robin Kelley Harp

It is my prayer that Hurricane Matthew which roared off the coast of Savannah, Georgia on October 7th will become the wake up call for every procrastinator in the area. 530 more words

Creative Writing

Save the World By Eating a Diet You Can Grow at Home

Source: GrowingYourGreens
October 19, 2016

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ interviews permaculture designer and founder of Punta Mona Center for Regenerative Design and Botanical Studies about the diet that can save the world. 252 more words


'Digging for Victory' - update

Just to update on the progress of storing stuff:

The Cucamelons that were picked , below…

Have been put in Gin with some sugar – these will flavour the gin (and make it a bit stronger) whilst also becoming soaked in Gin themselves – these will be great next summer in G&T’s!! 406 more words

Self Sufficiency

It's been a funny old year

Maybe it shows my age but when I reflect on the growing seasons this year I feel like  Arkwright from Open All Hours as he closes up the shop for the night with ‘It’s been a funny old day Granville… 333 more words


Obama Signs Order Warning About Downed Power Grid, ‘Cascading Failures,’ No Water Supply

Written by: Daniel Jennings

WASHINGTON — President Obama signed an executive order related to space weather Thursday, and in the process acknowledged that solar storms could take out the power grid, water supplies and other critical infrastructure – not only in the United States but throughout the world. 628 more words


Thoughts as I Sew

As I sit and sew, I think to myself, about everything that has happened that day and what I have to do.

Lately I have been sewing a lot of reusable toilet paper. 659 more words