From oscelots and jaguars to panthers, there is something for all big cat lovers here. Sorry, no king of beast in this photo shoot. Enjoy!
Spring is in the air, or at least in my mind it is. I have had spring fever since January 1st and have been counting down the days to spring ever since. Lucky for me the weather has been nice and cooperating with my intent. Now that March is here, we have started planning our summer and the 'fun projects' we hope to accomplishing.
Like you, I have my morning routine that I follow to a tee. I got up this morning the same time I do every morning, stumbled into the kitchen and retrieved my lucky mug from the dishwasher. I shuffled to the sink, turned on the faucet and filled my mug with cool refreshing water from the tap. As I stood there half asleep in my pink bathrobe and slippers and sipped the crisp water from my good old lucky mug, I began to ponder something I had read some time ago, rocket fuel.
Sedona, Arizona used to be one of my favorite places. But continued growth and development has changed the area...the way it feels and affects me. It's changed from being a quaint, little stop, known for its energy vortex...to a big tourist dive.
How clean is the air you breathe at home? From what the studies have found, not very clean.
Air pollution indoors occurs at levels two to five times higher than outdoors, even in major cities. Considering that you're probably spending nearly 90 percent of your life indoors
Now that our kids are out of the crawling and falling stage of childhood, my husband and I are considering what kind of flooring to put throughout the house. When we moved in, Malia, my daughter was just five months old and learning to crawl. So we were fine with carpet throughout the house; actually, we welcomed it. However, we knew we did not want to keep the carpet forever.
Aquaponics or integrated hydroponics is the symbiotic cultivation of plants and aquatic animals in a re-circulating environment. Aquatic animal waste matter (accumulates in water as a by-product of keeping them in a closed system or tank. The effluent-rich water becomes high in plant nutrients but this is also toxic to the aquatic animal.
"This is an inspirational little short story that was initially posted about 10 years ago on forum I visited. Enjoy!"