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Garlic Is Mother Nature's Pungent Cure-All - The Odoriferous Herb

I don't know about you, but one of my very favorite aromas is garlic wafting through a kitchen, especially when it's in a great tomato sauce or stir fried with some vegetables. Whether it's in a pan with olive oil or roasting in the oven, the sme...
by Home Remedies on Sep 8, 2012

Stunning places on Earth you didn’t know about

We here at Yabbedoo praise Mother Nature. Like we showed you before, we have some divine places on Earth meant to leave us breathless and delight our eyes. Such wonderful places should be one of the reasons we are alive – to get the chance to visit...

Why hammerhead sharks have such funny heads

There are more than 360 species of sharks: Big ones, wee ones, aggressive ones, sweet ones, sleek ones, and …really awkward-looking ones — specifically, the nine species of hammerhead sharks. The scientific genus name of hammerhead sharks is Sphy...
by scubascoop on Aug 13, 2012

Beauty Summer On This Planet

Beauty Summer On This Planet It’s nature’s cruelest antic to wreak all sorts of commotion on your derma during the division area you’ll be cutting the a lot of absolute... Read more »...
by todaygossip on Aug 7, 2012

An early start

They must have turned up the heat setting on the air con in the office because all of a sudden I'm wearing short sleeves under my jackets and gravitating towards all things white. It would appear my winter blues are fading.I have also started spring...
by Thirty Three Kisses on Aug 7, 2012

Divine places of the world that will leave you breathless!

Dear readers, this world is too beautiful and it’s too bad that we can’t visit every single corner of it. We are lucky if we have the time and money to travel to some amazing places and we should feel fortunate that we get the chance to experienc...

Tree House – A new style of holidaying!

As a child, I used to envy the birds because they could fly anywhere they wished, perch on the branches of the trees and even their homes (nests) were in the lap of Mother Nature. They neither had to cram … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 31, 2012

The Invisible Intruder!

I am not just a blissful blogger, I also try my hand at poetry. Although I would not call myself a full fledged poet there are some poems that I believe are good enough to have others read. I have been working on this poem for awhile and decided that...

Wednesday’s Wish List!

Hey there all! I was thinking about doing a weekly ‘on-your-soap-box’. Then I figured, Wish List Wednesday would be far more fun! I realise tomorrow is Wednesday so it’s a tad late this week, however this sets the ball rolling for n...
by Mother Nature's Snuggery on Jul 3, 2012

Why?

distant fire by Beth Polusladkaia But this momentous question, like a fire bell in the night, awakened and filled me with terror.                    &nb...
by Writerquake on Jun 28, 2012

The Shark Week Sneak

Vacation Shark Week is Deadly For all the men, the Shark Week Sneak is like the quarterback sneak only much more bloody and without purpose. For some insane reason, I don’t know why other than my body and all that is holy, shark week for me alw...
by The TRUTH about Motherhood on Jun 26, 2012

Monday morning, from 10 to 11

The magic happens every day, but I don’t always take the time to stop and notice. In just an hour of paying attention: The air is the perfect temperature – not so warm or cold as to demand attention. Watching an artist become The litt...
by CoffeeJitters on May 15, 2012

Grieving the Idealized Birth

May is recognized as Perinatal Depression Awareness Month, and national studies estimate one in five women suffer from postpartum depression.  Many women enter pregnancy with an expectation of what the birthing experience might be like.  One of the...
by Impossible Possibilities on May 13, 2012

Women's...issues

        Delicate subject, indeed but inevitable for a woman and her circle of friends, family and much more. These days most women refuse to keep their mouth shut and hide behind society's taboos. "Bravo!" to all of them...
by The Seaman Mom on Apr 25, 2012

Women's...issues

        Delicate subject, indeed but inevitable for a woman and her circle of friends, family and much more. These days most women refuse to keep their mouth shut and hide behind society's taboos. "Bravo!" to all of them...
by The Seaman Mom on Apr 25, 2012

Maintaining Your Deck

Maintaining Your Deck If you relish the time you spend outdoors during the cool spring months and late summer nights, you may be thinking about ways to get your deck ready. Staining and/or sealing your deck are two great ways to making sure it is in...
by The Builders Builder on Apr 24, 2012

Garden of delight

"I wake up some mornings and sit and have my coffee and look out at my beautiful garden, and I go, 'Remember how good this is. Because you can lose it.'"            ... Take a walk on the wild side around New England's...
by Goodfellows52 on Apr 22, 2012

spurious human

I walked to the god and asked him a question, have you receded love from earth? Tell me,I’m your son! I tried to find but it wasn’t anywhere, seeking it everywhere I found you here. Tell me,have you hidden the love from all of living worl...
by word x press ur heart on Apr 14, 2012

spurious human

I walked to the god and asked him a question, have you receded love from earth? Tell me,I’m your son! I tried to find but it wasn’t anywhere, seeking it everywhere I found you here. Tell me,have you hidden the love from all of living worl...
by word x press ur heart on Apr 14, 2012

Taliesin Woof: Frank Lloyd Wright doghouse rebuilt and on tour | MNN – Mother Nature Network

One of Frank Lloyd Wright‘s decidedly lesser-known works, a 1956 doghouse designed for a black Lab named Eddie, has been reconstructed complete with leaky roof. Matt Hickman – Mother... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by ArquitecturaS on Mar 14, 2012


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