When pregnant women experience life-saving dreams

Being pregnant can be a real roller coaster ride. Samantha discovered this through the power of her dreams. Sam is my niece. I was involved in the study of dreams at the School of Metaphysics during her pregnancy, so I was the first person she thought of when she wanted to talk about her dreams. His “Roller Coaster Dream” sparked […]

Hats off to parents

In honor of Father’s Day on June 15, 2014, my hat is off to all parents who have chosen to actively participate in their children’s lives. One of the most endearing moments I see, when I am in public, is parents interacting with their children. It always seems to me that the child or children are always happy and engaged […]

The benefits of getting travel coupons

Travel coupons are very essential if you plan to go on vacation with your family. Traveling with your family can really cost you a lot of money, especially if your family members are more than two or three. These days, travel expenses have really skyrocketed, thanks to the current financial crisis and high prices from local travel agencies. However, the […]

Ordinal and Cardinal Numbers Scavenger Hunt Ideas

Why not plan a scavenger hunt for the first day back from vacation for kindergarteners who need to know ordinal and cardinal numbers? Try working with a small group to engage the youth in a conversation about cardinal numbers. For example, your first clue is: look for number one under the teacher’s desk. Under the teacher’s desk is the second […]

Using molasses in hydroponics

Hydroponic gardeners who wish to reap the benefits of molasses during the flowering stage should use products designed for hydroponic systems, hand-feed their plants, or be foliar-fed. Molasses is a great source of potassium during the flowering stage. However, using it on your deposit can be difficult. First, it will feed the bad bacteria that cause root rot and mucus. […]

Ash Wednesday – The first day of Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the Lenten season. Lent begins 40 days before Easter, not including Sundays. As the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday comes the day after Shrove Tuesday or Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday), the last day of the Carnival season. Many churches hold services on Ash Wednesday early in the morning, at noon, and in […]

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