Survival of the Fittest – Natural Alternatives for Colds & Flu

Originally posted on Be Like Water:
Echinacea use reduces the incidence and duration of the common cold. Echinacea appears effective in preventing upper respiratory tract infections in children. Treatment with Echinacea Plus tea at early onset of cold or flu symptoms was effective for relieving these symptoms in a shorter period of time than a placebo. Probiotic bacteria reduce the…

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My State of Mind in Color

A phenomenon of color saturating my world defining paled hues arranged in a swirl Each petal reflects a segment of life ignorant of peace unaware of strife Conclusions surprisingly amassed such beauty far unsurpassed My state of existence never to cower my life flourishes as a flower My poem inspired by photo-challenges/state-of-mind While sipping coffee […]

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Guest Post Thursday: Amanda Panda

Originally posted on Foster Cat Chats:
Today’s guest post is by a girl cat  that I think is a fabulous, furry, feline diva .  Her name is  Amanda Panda and  she has a pedigree. Unfortunately, I don’t.  If we lived closer, though,  I think we would make a beautiful couple. ? Hi, I am Amanda.…

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Everything Dances

“Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances. ” ― Maya Angelou   As stars dangle and jangle waltzing across the celestial dome a rhythmic concerto  * A universal thought the cow jumps for naught how high was the moon It is my first trip. I must get a grip – two fold meaning, […]

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Freedom

  “Individuals entering society must give up a share of liberty to preserve the rest.” George Washington “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you — ask what can you do for your country.” John F. Kennedy Our country is one of opportunity. Our country is one of unity. United we […]

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Tuesday Chatter 16

Is it that I am impatient in wanting to see spring? It is still February, which has never been a balmy month. And, in my neck of the woods, we have not had a harsh winter. In fact, wintry weather has been quite sporadic, thus far. It must just be me and my yearning to […]

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Fragility Adorned?

Gazing out the window, while sipping a hot cup of coffee, I felt helpless.  The trees looked cold and sad. Their branches seemed to want to stretch inside to gather warmth and love. I said out loud “No more whining, no more pining. Can you not hear?  Spring is near. Just listen!” I have bared […]

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Exaggerating the Truth?

An exaggeration is a truth that has lost its temper. Kahlil Gibran Ah, a big man I had to be from myself I had to flee an exaggerated fool is me Sipping my coffee ☕, laced with cinnamon, I noticed how beautiful it is outside today. It is almost springlike, however, I have a feeling […]

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Green Toy Saga

No way! You can’t make me wear that silly bow.It’s just not my style and you, as my human, should know what I like! Mowrrrr! Ah, c’mon – I am not wearing that collar either! No and no to the bandana. I don’t like that red color and never have. Blue is the only color […]

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