Acacia

18 Feb 19
Mel's Musings

Lie in till 5.00 am wake up today then off to Kings Canyon which is a big Gorge in the sandstone. It’s only been open for tourism since around 2004. We did the 6km rim walk and this was enough in the heat – due to hit 40 degrees today! What a fabulous walk this […]

17 Feb 19
Kaharuhay

Rainy and snowy Februaries tend to make me restless and yearn for travel. I’m staying put for a while so I will daydream and share photos of pretty accommodations with you. I book Airbnb’s more than hotels for the unique experience… Okaaay, actually, budget constraints. Aminin! Moolah levels, location and availability determine whether I book with […]

17 Feb 19
Breakthroughfitness

If being diagnosed with Stage III Breast Cancer at the age of 45 wasn’t surprising enough, I had yet to realize that I was in for a long series of surprises. It has truly felt like after each stage of treatment there has been one more surprise experience with the most recent one being hurled […]

17 Feb 19

TheGreatWork

Notice Mary Magdalene with her three children at the bottom of this picture, flanked by two women of the Jerusalem Church, representing the sacred feminine in the forefront of Jachin and Boaz, with dozens of masonic symbols, including the beehive, square and compass, spring of acacia, plumb, level, scythe, Jacob’s ladder, lamb, rough and smooth […]

17 Feb 19
Creative Botanical Ingredients

Experience the new Wild Harvested Australian Mimosa Oil. A unique beautiful oil with a distinct fragrance of fruity floral notes and flavour containing the distinctive wattle flower. This is a new and distinctly Australian oil for lovers of flavours and fragrances.

17 Feb 19
galefod

(Sevilla, 1874 – Madrid, 1947). Poeta español. Hermano mayor del gran poeta Antonio Machado, es una figura representativa del espíritu modernista en la poesía española de su época. Su personalidad a la vez cosmopolita y andaluza se plasma en una lírica en la que el gusto modernista coexiste con los motivos populares. Se trasladó con […]

17 Feb 19
I Don't Get It

Yes. All those geometric figures and unnecessary flaps, bangled belts, and denim tops. Yes. Popped collars. Flintstone Barbies. David Byrne meets Max Headroom. Um, no. I never wore that. What IS that? Is it dead? Is it ruffles? He is speechless. He wishes he could unsee it. But he can’t. It’s already been seen. All […]

17 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Cuca Escribano was born in 1973 in Madrid, Spain. She is known for her work on Poniente (2002), Atlas de geografía humana (2007) and Sin tetas no hay paraíso (2008). Born: 1973 in Madrid, Spain Actress (58 credits)   La Mancha Negra (announced)  2018 Segunda oportunidad Alicia  2017 Morocco: Love in Times of War (TV […]

17 Feb 19
Creative Botanical Ingredients

These unique oils are for foods, natural healthcare, cosmetics and armotherapy. The oils infuse and age over time like good wines and vinegars. Only a small amount is used as an ingredient or on their own. The combination of aroma and flavouring is unique and a must ingredient for cosmetics, natural healthcare and for the lovers of fine foods with unique flavours.

17 Feb 19
Wild Wing Creations

Well, my friends, as promised (or threatened, whichever the case may be) I have another fancy fold based on the same techniques as the Botanical Butterlies the other day. For all the card cuts and method, just click on the link: https://wildwingcreations.com/2019/02/15/stampin-up-botanical-butterflies-birthday/ I love this card, thanks to Jan B, a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator from […]

17 Feb 19
TweetYomi

#ParshaYomi #Tetzave 7: Incense altar: Acacia wood, 1×1 cubits x 2 cubits tall, gold overlay & crown, 2 rings, 2 poles. Bring incense daily.

17 Feb 19
The Alchemist R&D

When the Moon enters a zodiac sign it adds instinctive reaction, unconscious predestination, sensitivity, emotions, intuition, imagination and emotional depth to influences that are at play; when the Sun enters a zodiac sign it adds vitality, individuality, will-power, creative energy and inspirational action to the influences at play; both affect the energy of our daily […]

17 Feb 19
Botanical Innovations

  Turn Liquids, Oils, Extracts, Essential Oils into Free Flowing Powders Spray Drying Contract Manufacturing Spray drying produces a dry powder from a liquid of slurry by rapidly drying with a hot gas and sticking the liquid to a carrier like maltodextrin or acacia gum. Spray drying is the preferred method of drying many sensitive […]

17 Feb 19
Let's Talk. Real Talk.

My name is Maria Jude and I am a fourth-year nutrition student from Ryerson University in Toronto, and today I’m going to share some advice with you that I wish I was given early on my journey to RD. Firstly, let me tell you a  little about myself. I’m currently minoring in sociology and I […]

17 Feb 19
Mision Vivienda en Caracas
08 Sep 17
Casa Pareti

Primo piatto Risotto alle Zucchine Pappardelle di Semola e Ragù Bianco Secondo piatto Arrosto Morto di Campagna Insalata di Fagiolini e Pomodorini Dessert Gelato al Limone, Mantecato al Basilico con Insalata di Fragole, basilico e Zenzero Vini Rossi e bianchi di Cortona Caffè Info and bookings: alexf@il-girasole.com or info@tuscan-tours.com Alessandra’s “Real” Italian Kitchen We can […]

17 Feb 19
HUMAN WRONGS WATCH

Human Wrongs Watch 17 February 2019 (FAO)* — Barkissa Fofana believes that microbiology is key to making degraded land green and productive again, and she is carrying out research to prove it.   Barkissa Fofana, a young microbiologist from Burkina Faso, is confident that science can help combat climate change and desertification. ©FAO/Gideon Vink   […]