Miracle Gro

16 Dec 18
Back to the Land

I pride myself on being a conscientious organic gardener. Never using pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, only purchasing seeds stamped with the USDA certified organic label. And a couple of years ago I started buying (mostly) certified organic soil. As a beginner I thought organic only meant not using poisonous chemicals It took me a dozen years to learn […]

15 Dec 18
Le-Joueur

C’est l’heure du … B-B-B-BAN ! Yu-Gi-Oh! était un diamant brut de puissance commerciale, taillé et affiné par les meilleurs experts en marketing dans le but d’en faire une machine à imprimer les billets infatigable. Pensez donc, tout commence avec un manga publié dès 1996 qui dispose déjà de quelques éléments clés pour faire marcher […]

14 Dec 18
Before and After Francis Ponge

Under my cloud, I saw a giant rock, and when I examined it closer, there seemed to be letters inscribed on it, a p, an r, maybe a b. There were three men there next to the rock, and they looked very small because of the distance. The sky was dark. It appeared that the […]

14 Dec 18
Daily Republic

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Gratitude is like stretching. It’s preparation for the vigor ahead, easing the way for effort, warding off injury. People don’t do gratitude for the same reason people don’t stretch. It’s so easy they forget. Don’t let that be you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Many material things bring more torment than delight, […]

14 Dec 18
Site Title

The new research from Global QYResearch on Global Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizers Market Report for 2018 intends to offer target audience with the fresh outlook on market and fill in the knowledge gaps with the help of processed information and opinions from industry experts. The information in the research report is well-processed and a report is […]

14 Dec 18
Boston Herald
hhd@get.creators.com (Holiday Mathis) Today’s talk centers on what we deserve out of life. Is anyone inherently deserving of more than the essential human freedoms of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Deserving or not, the lunar conjunction of Neptune and Mars suggests that getting expectations met depends largely on educating others as to what they are. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Gratitude is like stretching. It’s preparation for the vigor ahead, easing the way for effort, warding off injury. People don’t do gratitude for the same reason people don’t stretch. It’s so easy they forget. Don’t let that be you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Many material things bring more torment than delight, as the maintenance, cartage, storage and display of these things, coupled with the fear of losing them, can be more acute than any joy of ownership. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Among other things, love has been compared to fever, dreaming and anesthesia. Certainly, that’s one version — and a very pleasant, though temporary, one at that. So enjoy! CANCER (June 22-July 22). Avoiding sadness today is like standing in the ocean and avoiding wetness. Sadness (like joy, excitement, frustration, trepidation, curiosity… ) is part and parcel with the experience of the day. It will quickly wash over you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The question is not whether you’re better off than you were. That thought journey has the potential to meander high and low but ultimately will lead straight into a wall. The thought journey you want to go on begins with “What now?” VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You’re not afraid of responsibility, and when you commit yourself, you go all in. Somehow, making up your mind to do a thing reduces your fear. It’s like each action you choose comes with a side order of courage. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’ll find it interesting when people you’ve known for a long time have a different recollection than you do about your shared history. Perhaps both versions are equally valid. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Sometimes you wonder whether you should even go to the expense of buying event tickets when the best part of going out is the anticipation of it, and that’s absolutely free. Put something new on the books. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The ennui is not relievable by purchase. The retail rush lasts somewhere between 15 minutes and two hours, and then the ennui settles back in. It will take a big project to send the ennui running. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Everything looks original to the one who’s never seen it before. Put you work in front of fresh eyes of all ages to get a different perspective on what you’re doing. The feedback will help you hone in on a more lucrative direction. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You’re so respectful and appreciative of even the most accessible joys because you know that sometimes a lot more work goes into presenting them than most people would guess. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Modesty isn’t always about what you say; it’s often a move that comes before that — the avoidance of being spotlighted at all. A low profile will keep you in the good graces of humility. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 14). Your life will be lush with mutual appreciation. Your love is like Miracle-Gro. Those you nurture will thrive, and it’s your pleasure to watch this happen. Highlights to come include travel done in style, a group effort to launch your project and the happy resolution to what was an ongoing conflict. Capricorn and Aquarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 9, 4, 39, 22 and 18. WEEKEND LOVE FORECAST: ARIES: The most romantic plan will be a low-key night in. TAURUS: Anyone can be wonderful for short stints. Long dates are the trials that teach you who you’re really dealing with. GEMINI: The secret to your attraction is pretty simple: You’re the most fun person in the room. CANCER: It’s gracious of you to realize that what seems charming and spontaneous may actually have taken hours of preparation. LEO: You’re closer to falling in love than you think. Stay open to it. VIRGO: Worry is a sign of intelligence. Keep it to yourself. Don’t show your cards. The confidence act will take you far. LIBRA: The compassionate move is to humor that person talking out of school. The blowhard is insecure, but who isn’t? SCORPIO: Only the person who keeps his or her word is worthy of your time. SAGITTARIUS: You used to think you had a type, but your best match will defy category. CAPRICORN: You have more influence over your date than you know, so be kind! AQUARIUS: Your heart is as fragile as it is resilient, so there’s nothing to be afraid of. PISCES: When a person answers questions that no one is asking, it’s a major sign — a pointer to crucial information. Look into it. COUPLE OF THE WEEKEND: Not only do they have the simpatico of the sun and moon favoring their interests but Aries and Sagittarius also receive the benefit of a lucky lunar trine between the Aries moon and Mercury in Sagittarius this weekend. These fire signs will find each other very easy to talk to and will get such a serotonin boost from the connection that they could quickly become addicted to each other’s company. Write Holiday Mathis at HolidayMathis@gmail.com. COPYRIGHT 2018 CREATORS.COM Last Updated: Thursday, Nov 15, 2018 05:49:24 -0800
14 Dec 18
Critical Reading Andrian Rosidin

William E. Simon Jr., Opinion contributor Spot quiz: What is the only subject in school that engages a child’s mind, body, and spirit, promotes their physical and emotional health, helps them to learn better and cultivates the character they need to become productive adults? And what subject is consistently underfunded, understaffed and underscheduled? If you […]

13 Dec 18
Shoshana Sumrall Frerking

New Employee Orientation Day: 1999 • Daath the Angel • Just an Earthquake: August 2000 • Daath the Angel Soundtrack: “Subdivisions” by Rush Note: This story is being pubbed in serial form. You should probably start with EPISODE 1. New Employee Orientation Day: 1999 They are the first batch of hires since the accident. Each […]

12 Dec 18
CMFE News

Manufactured Soils Market Soils are basic foundation of any city. Without soil there can’t be life, but still from many years we are neglecting soils. After certain period of time, because more usage such as farming, soils losses its productivity turns it into unusable. Henceforth to increase the productivity and efficiency of soils, manufactured soils […]

12 Dec 18
The Roundup

Welcome back to Greater Bristol Gigs  — your source for finding current job openings in the greater Bristol areal. Whether you are searching for a part-time position or full-time, let The Roundup connect you with your new local job. Employers, looking to hire a talented millennial? Send us your job postings! Business Development Specialist – new JENSEN HUGHES, Inc. Plainville, CT […]

12 Dec 18
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, December 11, 2018 ) Animal Feeding Systems Industry Market research offers remarkable insights related to factors which are likely to support growth strategies of market players. This market research report entails growth estimates, forecasts, and a comprehensive analysis of all key factors at play in the Animal Feeding Systems Industry Market. This report summarizes […]