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Ever since last fall when the clocks got turned back, my sleep schedule has been completely out of whack. If I go to bed too early, I'm up by two in the morning and if I go to bed too late, I wake … more
It won't be long now, spring is right around the corner, soon the clocks will spring ahead and we will get an hour more of daylight at the end of the day. Of course we loss it in the morning, so it … more
Last week I mentioned that I was visiting my mom in Florida. Well I had to mix a little business into the pleasure as I had a trade show to attend to check out the latest offerings for this coming … more
As I sit and write this week, I am eating a fresh picked banana. Now you might wonder where on earth did I get fresh picked banana, but a better question would be, where on earth am I. Well, it just … more
Watching the news this week from around the world, most countries are covering the coronavirus outbreak in China. Here in the United States, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is … more
On my way to work one day last week and listening to a comedian on the radio, he was talking about how a bunny laying colored eggs got associated with the resurrection of Jesus Christ. After the … more
Flipping through the pages of a recent garden center business periodical, I came across a quick paragraph about a mushroom that will eat plastic. Pestalotiopsis microspora is a species of endophytic … more
This time of the year, it can be a little daunting trying to come up with interesting topics about gardening. So this week I did a little digging on the internet instead of the ground for some ideas. … more
These days it seems like everyone is making home brews or moonshine of one sort or another and even if this seems like a new trend, it is really is just a revival. Back in the old days, early … more
The Yule log, Yule block, or Christmas block is a specially selected log burnt on a hearth as a Christmas tradition in a number of countries in Europe. The exact origin of the folk custom is unclear … more
What a mess the rain made this past week. Our nice coating of snow is gone and what are we left with but mud. Now many of you might be glad to see the snow go, but as I have mentioned many times … more
For those of you that read this column on a regular basis, you may remember that back in September I mentioned that the Old Farmer's Almanac said that we would have a twelve inch snowfall the week … more
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