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Aug 27th

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Season of love

Season of loveThe season is changing right before our eyes. Leaves are falling, days are getting shorter, and temperatures are dropping. Love has it season as well, and it is similar to what you would expect to see in nature. Whether it is the fall, winter, spring or summer, they all require change and adjustments. The sooner you are able to determine the season you are in, the easier it is to make the right type of adjustment. Here are a few seasonal tips to live by.
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Extend your garden enjoyment

Extend your garden enjoymentDon't let fall or potentially frosty temperatures stop you from enjoying garden- fresh produce. Extend the nutritional value and homegrown flavor into your fall and early winter meals with the help of short season crops and season extending strategies.

Lettuce, spinach, radishes, turnips, and beets are quick to mature from seed to harvest. Plus, the cooler temperatures enhance their flavor. Simply count the number of frost-free days left in your growing season and compare it with the number of days from planting to harvest listed on the seed packet.


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The spiritual side of man

We will never truly understand man by merely looking at his physical attributes. He is more than what meets the eye. X-ray machines allow us to see inside the human body so that doctors can diagnose diseases, the symptoms of which might otherwise have been mistakenly attributed to something external. Before the invention of the x-ray machine, many died never knowing the real causes of their problems, some of which could have been successfully treated. Without the aid of the x-ray machine, the root cause of many of man’s problems went undiscovered.
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Recipes: Fun Family Baking

Recipes: Fun Family Baking

With summer in full swing the kids are sure to be asking “what can I do?” Answer them with a bag of ready-made frozen dough right out of the freezer. Just let it thaw and they can get busy making these fun doggy themed ideas. A child’s appetite for fun will kick in the moment they touch the squishy dough.

Pictured: Doggy Face Buns

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The way to a man's heart

It has been said that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. That statement may have been true in the past or in places in the world where food is scarce, but here in the United States, I tend to agree with Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs.

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A dream pursued

A dream pursued

Dreams; we all have them.

And every now and then a few of us decide to take chances and follow those dreams, regardless of how crazy they may seem. Mine, was moving to Africa. So when I packed up my bag last year, like most people with big dreams I never looked back. And although, I thought I would be alone in my quest to "conquer" Ghana, I soon realized that there were many people who had the same idea as I did.

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To thine own self be true

I can remember many years ago, as a young man, reading women's magazine trying to get insight on how women thought men should behave. I was pretty convinced that none of the writers were men, but despite this conviction over time I found myself modeling the image they projected.

 

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