An Apple Fritter Today!

Yesterday, I posted on the benefits of eating an apple a day. http://www.bee-queen.com/an-apple-a-day/ Today, my evil twin( I am a Gemini) is going to share another way to eat apples, coated

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An Apple A Day!

  An Apple A Day keeps the Doctor Away! A common quote but is it TRUE? Well, according to medical research, “an apple a day,” is a positive step in the prevention of many health issues.

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Adopting a Stray does your Heart Good!

Once upon a time (Feb 2014) there was a young male cat that would streak from the loft of our hay barn into the woods. My dogs being dogs would give chase and cats being cats, the dogs would never come

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The Reviews Are In!

    I love hearing from my readers. Especially when it is something positive Seriously, I like feedback whether good or bad and take seriously your thoughts and comments. I have had a lot of

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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Should I stay or should I go? Darlin” you got to let me know Should I stay or should I go? The Clash, 1981  It’s that time of the year-decision time!  Not only is November a time

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Evening Wanderings

A full moon rising tonight and as we are want to do my husband and I went on one of evening wanderings around our property. Mike had told me about a large hornet nest suspended from a tree he thought I

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Fall Colors: Life Lessons

 Fall mornings are a special time here at the farm. The sunlight is soft and reflects the vibrant hues of the beautiful fall foliage. In order to catch the light, I took a hike up the hill and as

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Let’s chirp: Bird Facts

Let’s chirp about birds this morning. I’m sitting in the Westglen Endoscopy Center waiting for my husband’s routine checkup. As most of you, know, there is nothing routine about any

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In 1492, Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue

       In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. He had three ships and left from Spain; He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain. He sailed by night; he sailed

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Ebola: Disseminating Fact from Fiction

EBOLA. The headlines scream the diagnosis of each new or suspected case at the top of every hour. The increasingly dire updates on the status of Patient zero, currently being treated in a Texas hospital

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