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“On November 11, 1918, the First World War officially ended. A year later, American President Woodrow Wilson formerly instituted Armistice Day to honor the brave hearts, who were martyred during the war. However, Second World War veteran Raymond Weeks from Birmingham, Alabama had a different vision. In 1945, Weeks announced that 11 November should honor all war veterans. Hence two years later, the first Veterans Day was observed, paying tribute to all those who served the military during war.” [Source] […]
“For the apparent disappearance of many plants and animals, autumn is often seen as an end. But the seasons are part of a continuum, a revolving process of birth, death, and renewal–and if such could be said to have any beginning or end, then fall could just as well be viewed as a beginning. Like the counterweight on a flywheel, autumn provides the inertia to turn the annual cycle over.” -Peter J Marchand This post is part of Verena’s Festival […]
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Some Food For Thought: “Preach not to others what they should eat, but eat as becomes you and be silent.” -Epictetus Today’s Special: Bean and Sausage Stew Sometimes it’s hard for me to stand in the kitchen to prepare and cook meals so I really love using a slow cooker. One pot makes a few days worth of healthy meals that are easy to warm up. This is one of my go-to recipes when I want something hearty and comforting […]
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“Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own; and from morning to night, as from the cradle to the grave, it is but a succession of changes so gentle and easy that we can scarcely mark their progress.” -Charles Dickens This post was created for Sonel’s Split-Toning Weekly Photo Challenge. If you would like to participate in this challenge click here to find out how.
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“Not many insects are active in the winter, but the nymphs of dragonflies, mayflies and stoneflies live in waters of ponds and streams, often beneath ice. They feed actively and grow all winter to emerge as adults in early spring.” [Source] “The large-scale migration of dragonflies is a well-known phenomenon among entomologists, but not as well-known to the general public. Twenty-five to 50 of the approximately 5,200 dragonfly species worldwide are thought to be migratory. A total of 14 dragonfly […]