Come With Me on My Star Trek Adventures

Gene Rodenberry’s Star Trek series really made a name for itself and earned the reputation that allowed for all of the other ST spinoffs. Any program that wants to carry on the Star Trek tradition should be worthy. It’s 2020 and my Star Trek lust is not being satiated. I viewed a few episodes in […]

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Thyme: Its History and Use for Cooking and Medicine

Many people know the popular Simon and Garfunkel song “Scarborough Fair”; especially the line that includes the words “parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme”. Out of these four (4) herbs the one I use the most in my cooking is thyme. For years I have used thyme in my recipes without giving this phenomenal herb a […]

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Health Benefits of Cranberry and Black Cherry Tea

I have been a die-hard coffee drinker since the age of 16. I am in my sixties now and my daughters seem to be bending over backwards trying to convert me to tea drinking. Mind you, I love tea. I enjoy it very much. Not just for the flavor but for the medicinal value. It […]

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My 3 Favorite Cary Grant Movies

One of my favorite leading male actors when I was growing up was Cary Grant (1904 – 1986). Why did I like him? He reminded me of my father. No he didn’t look like my dad at all. But he dressed like my father. Always neat, well groomed, and very dapper! Grant was much like […]

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4 African Countries on My Travel Bucket List

It’s 2020 and because of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous travel bans or restrictions have been implemented by various countries. Both the airlines and the cruise lines have taken heavy hits financially and are taking desperate measures in the hopes that they will recover. Still! That doesn’t stop many people from dreaming and making up travel […]

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Why Do Some of Us Do Our Own Thing?

As always, one thing leads to another. A random memory that popped into my head led me to want to know more about brain connectivity and mind control. Many moons ago, my late husband had a friend who was a missionary in Jamaica. He was visiting America to ask churches for some financial support. He […]

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How to Grow Coffee in Your Garden

It is believed, human beings have been drinking wine since 8000 years, making it the oldest beverage. From Romans and Greeks to the Hindus and Chinese, every civilization has been drinking wine. These civilizations have even a deity associated with wine. Another oldest drink is tea. The Chinese people started drinking tea in the third […]

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Growing Peppers Organically in Your Urban Garden

Pepper is a tender and easy-to-grow vegetable or spice crop that is suitable for garden farming. Pepper is also one of the easiest plants to grow in urban space as you can easily grow peppers in containers. Pepper (Capsicum spp.) belong to the family Solanaceae, and there are very many varieties. Popular varieties of pepper […]

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How to Recycle Plastic Bottles and Containers For Urban Gardening

You want to have a garden of edible plants but no available soil in your place? No problem! Why not use plastic bottles, plastic containers, or tin cans that you generally throw away? Instead of buying costly pots, recycle those old bottles and grow your favorite plants. Just use your imagination and be creative with […]

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