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from scratch club

I grew up loving food, so much so that I fluctuated between 180 and almost 200 pounds from the time I was 18 until after marrying my hubs at 33, almost eight years ago (we joke that I was overweight and he was bleach-blond when we got married…must have been true love). Much of what I ate after leaving home as a teenager was consumed gluttonously and carelessly, without thought of origin or substance.

A few cherished food memories from my childhood lingered and nudged at me every time I looked a fast-food sausage biscuit in the face…seeing which cousin could pick the biggest, blood red tomato or neighborhood-wide admired zucchini from my “Paw Paw’s” garden, carefully tended every year; gorging on watermelon or pomegranates in summer gleefully with my Dad on our back porch; sweet summer corn slathered in butter, salt and lots of pepper, plucked from the bed…

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The Great Pleiadian Eclipse Alignment – May 20, 2012

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Lorena Melinda Photography

Lorena Melinda Photography

My name is Lorena, I am an experimental photographer.I am located near Hamburg Germany and origin from Romania.
My cameras ware:
-Fuji Fine Pix S 5700 63mm 1;3.5-3,7 a part from my photos ware made with this.
-Canon PowerShot SX120 IS 60mm 1:2.8-4.3
In present:
-Nikon D 3000 – 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lens
-70-300mm f/4-5.6 Tamron
My other equipment is:
-Background for photo-studio

Nice try, New Yorker cover.  Hey, can you tell me where to find that park where there are so many cool dads that moms feel left out, because I have a feeling you need to live in a cartoon in order to get there.  I’ve been doing the stay-home dad thing for going on three years now, and I still feel like Marisa Tomei at Hillman College, if you know what I mean.

According to the 2010 census, there are 154,000 stay-home dads in the U.S.

154,000?  That’s not even a lot of people in Delaware.  Isn’t that exactly the number of Wayans brothers?  We couldn’t take over Lichtenstein with those numbers.  You really think we’re taking over parks?

Look, I’m not one to cry “oppression”.  I’m a middle-class white male, after all.  My kind have had it pretty good for the last few millennia or so.  Yes…

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A Dash of Cinema

Blood, Bones, and Butter by Gabrielle Hamilton |Best Food Writing 2011 by Holly Hughes | An Economist Gets Lunch: New Rules for Everyday Foodiesby Tyler Cowen | The Film That Changed My Lifeby Robert K. Elder

Summer is the perfect time to finally read all those books you’ve been neglecting during the year. I currently have a list of 11 books that I am hoping to get through in the next few months. I’m sure I will find more books as the weeks go on, but my goal this season is to finish my list – no excuses! These are the first four books on my “To Read” list. What are you reading this summer?

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Nostrovia! Poetry

Nostrovia! Poetry


Nostrovia! Poetry is a website for poets, readers, and all types of writers.

I was born Febuary 12, 1995 in New England where I currently live. I am still attending high school. I don’t know what I intend to do in the future, but it will certainly involve writing.


I am Jeremiah Walton. “Nostrovia!” is an upcoming poetry collection I am self publishing. It will soon be available, but is currently in the process of being finalized. I am also author of “To Your Health: Humanities Diagnosis”. This poetry collection is available free on my website, Nostrovia! Poetry ( Nostrovia! Poetry is a website I manage that is a tool available to all forms of poets and writers.


Azure Rain

Azure Rain

A Creative Neo-conglomerate Networking Company in development.

~With Focus on:: ~Abstract Artwork & intelligent design ~Poetry ~Puzzles ~Food for Thoughts ~Visual Imagery ~Breaking the boundaries of the typical artistic expression ~Crystal and human Healing+Health~ .:Music of the Spheres:. ~We are the Moon, We are the Stars, “We are the Ocean, We are the Rain” ~Azur3

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