Monthly Archives of: October 2013

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Weekly Review #17

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Scribblings of a Southern Belle

Good evening, bloggers! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I’m not feeling my greatest today, so be prepared for today’s blog to be a short one.

 

Halloween has taken over my every minute. With props and decorations………its going to be quite a show. We still have a good bit to do and only have two weeks left until the party. I just hope everything works out and that we have a full house!

 

Just one book review today. Another great request I received via Author Alliance. By the way, my request total is closing in at 60 now.

The Eternal Fountain of Youth by Thomas Peace has a lot to offer, from topics of time, death and fear to God, life and eternity. It’s an honest perception of humans……how we act, how we live. Thomas takes us on an unique journey of true discovery. A discovery of…

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If you intelligently think for yourself… you’ll be a threat (though not a violent one) to…

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.     If you intelligently think for yourself… you’ll be a threat (though not a violent one) to all of the greedy, bureaucratic powers that be. 

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Honey Mushrooms are called Honey Mushrooms for a good reason!  These mushrooms are edible.  I used to go mushroom-hunting with adults (when i was a child); beware… there are very dangerous mushrooms that are not Honey Mushrooms, though they look much like them.  The visible part of the mushroom is only a small part of the organism.  The main body of the mushroom is called the mycelium… and it can spread for miles.  Some Honey Mushrooms are estimated to be over 400 years old.

Honey Mushrooms ... by Thomas Peace 2013

Honey Mushrooms … by Thomas Peace 2013

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The deepest intelligence isn’t merely remembering a lot of patterns. It is…

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.     The deepest intelligence isn’t merely remembering a lot of patterns.  It is warmhearted, all-encompassing care.

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Boxelder bugs — larvae and adults — remove sap from seeds, flowers, and leaves… but they do not do much damage.  In the fall, they can congregate on the sunny side of buildings.  When i lived in Kansas, there were tons of them on the warm side of the house in the fall!

Blood-shot-Red-eyed Boxelder Bug ... by Thomas Peace 2013

Blood-shot-Red-eyed Boxelder Bug … by Thomas Peace 2013

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A mind of infinite wisdom is infinite. An uncaring mind (full of limitation and enclosed selfishness) is…

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.     A mind of infinite wisdom is infinite.  An uncaring mind (full of limitation and enclosed selfishness) is essentially of transience involving limitation and the finite.

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The Bumble bee that isn't bumbling awkward at season's end ... by Thomas Peace 2013

The Bumble bee that isn’t bumbling awkward at season’s end … by Thomas Peace 2013