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Sunday, February 17, 2019


Observed annually on February 17th.

With St. Patrick’s Day exactly one month away, National Cabbage Day is a great day to test out some recipes with cabbage, a staple ingredient for Celtic holidays.

From the French caboche, meaning head, cabbage comes in a variety of forms.  The cabbage family is quite varied and includes Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, bok choy, kohlrabi and kale.  Cabbage is an ancient food with origins in Asia Minor (Turkey today) and the eastern Mediterranean.

French explorer Jacques Cartier was the first to bring cabbage to the Americas.

When selecting a cabbage, the head should be firm and dense.  The fibrous leaves of a healthy cabbage should be shiny and crisp with no browning or bruising.

Cabbage is versatile and can be eaten raw, steamed or sautéd.  A popular ingredient in Asian, German, Irish and Latin recipes, it’s a culturally diverse food.

Having low calories (6 per leaf) makes cabbage a popular diet food as well.  It has no fat or cholesterol, is low in sodium and carbs, and is a good source of Vitamin C.


Get a charge out of National Battery Day!  Observed each year on February 18th, this is a day to appreciate the convenience batteries provide to our everyday lives.  
Today we would be hard-pressed to find someone in the United States who doesn’t derive a benefit from a battery.  Even those who live “off the grid” have battery operated devices such as a flashlight, radio or watch.
A battery is used to change chemical energy into electricity by bringing the different chemicals together in a specific order.  When correctly ordered the electrons will travel from one substance to another creating an electrical current.
While manufacturing of batteries for everyday personal use has only developed in the last 50-60 years, archaeologists have found evidence of a device that may have been used to electroplate gold onto silver, much like a battery would.
In 1936, during the construction of a new railway near Baghdad, a Parthian tomb was found.  Archaeologist Wilhelm Konig found a clay jar containing a copper cylinder encasing an iron rod. Konig suggested the find to be approximately 2,000 years old.
In 1748, Benjamin Franklin first coined the term “battery” to describe an array of charged glass plates.
In 1800 French scientist Alessandro Volta layered silver, cloth or paper soaked in salt or acid and zinc into what he called “voltaic piles,” which generated a limited electrical current.  He published his work, and we get the word “volt” from his name to describe electric potential.
It was William Cruickshank, an English chemist, who first designed a battery for mass production in 1802.
We can credit chemist John Daniell with developing a way to reduce corrosion when batteries aren’t being used. In 1820 he invented the Daniell Cell, which incorporated mercury, reducing the corrosion.
Gradual improvements were made by various scientists and inventors over time until in 1896 when the National Carbon Company (later known as the Eveready Battery Company) manufactured the first commercially available battery called the Columbia.  Two years later, National Carbon Company introduced the first D sized battery for the first flashlight.
The first battery operated watch was produced in 1957 by the Hamilton Watch Company.
Today batteries are available for numerous purposes.  In our modern age, portable electricity isn’t something we think about every day because it is so easily accessible.  We charge the batteries on our phones by using the batteries in our cars as we travel down the road.  We even have portable chargers that can charge our batteries where ever we are.

Saturday, February 16, 2019

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February 16th is National Almond Day.   Whether you are eating them by themselves, using almond milk, pasta, flour, butter, oil or meal, almonds offer a delicious flavor along with many health benefits. Almonds are one of the most heart-healthy foods on the market, packed with vitamin E, magnesium and fiber.
  • According to a survey of 500 health professionals, almonds may be beneficial to a healthy lifestyle.
  • According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, “Scientific evidence suggests, but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as almonds, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease.”
  • Recent research from Purdue University suggests that eating almonds can help people feel satisfied for several hours, which can support weight management and counter weight gain.
  • Eighty percent of the world’s almonds are grown in California.
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Everyone knows a grouch, and some of us may even be guilty of being one.  February 16th is a call to kindness in the name of a grouch.  On National Do a Grouch a Favor Day, you can do something to make their day much better.
For some, it’s in their nature to be grouches all of the time; while others may just be having a rough day or two.  On National Do a Grouch a Favor Day, we have an opportunity to turn the grouches frown upside down!
A grouch can be called by a number of names, some of which won’t be described here. However, a few that might come in handy are curmudgeon, crank, grump, sourpuss, bellyacher, grouse, crosspatch, malcontent, crab, and grumbler. If you manage to turn their mood around they might become known as the neighborhood idealist. 
The grouch that you know might be a friend, relative,  co-worker,  boss, neighbor or that someone who lives in your house.  The favor you do on National Do a Grouch a Favor Day can be simple or elaborate.  Either way, doing them a favor is going to feel right for you!!
A grouch is a habitually irritable or complaining person, a grumbler. ~ Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Maybe February 16th would be a fun day to watch the movies Grumpy Old Men and Grumpier Old Men.
Let’s make it a better day for your favorite grouch!
Do something to make a grouch’s day better and Use #DoAGrouchAFavorDay to post on social media.

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Saturday, February 2, 2019

Taking place almost halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox, Groundhog Day is an annual event when groundhogs are brought outside and are observed to see if they see their shadow or not. If they see their shadow, it is said that there will be six more weeks of winter. If they do not, it means the weather will be mild in the upcoming weeks, and spring will come early.
Its GroundHog day. Did Phil see his shadow.

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Candlemas is a Christian holiday that celebrates the early life of Jesus. In particular it celebrates his presentation at the Temple. Candlemas takes place forty days after the celebration of Christ's birth, because religious law said women were purified forty days after giving birth to male children, meaning the Virgin Mary would be purified on February 2, and could enter the Temple on that day. Jesus' presentation is recorded in Luke 2:22-40. In Luke 2:32, a man named Simeon, who was at the temple, calls Jesus "A light for revelation to the Gentiles." This reference to light is why the day is called Candlemas.

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Sunday, January 27, 2019

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The advantage of having a container constructed using just one piece of cardboard is that it can fold out into a makeshift plate for easy access to tangled noodles and simplified post-dinner cleanup. The containers also fit easily inside one another, so can be easily stored in tall stacks before they’re filled with your favorite Chinese food.

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Saturday, January 19, 2019

Jesus said: "I am the way the truth and the life." He also said "Follow Me" These two words are the most important words that you can obey in your life.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Our earth seems to have been completely discovered: Humans have reached the top of Mount Everest almost 7,000 times so far. The ice deserts of Antarctica attract about 30-40,000 tourists annually. And even on Tristan da Cunha, the most remote island in the world, is home to 270 people – 2,800 kilometers from the nearest mainland. However, 70% of our oceans are still unexplored and make up two thirds of the earth’s surface. With a groundbreaking idea, an innovative team within the thyssenkrupp network wants to make the dark spots of the deep sea visible. Their goal is to develop “oXeanpedia”, the world’s largest real-time underwater database – inspired by the digital map services of the internet. For this highly ambitious mission, the company developed the oXeanseeker, an underwater vehicle that can explore underwater conditions completely autonomously. 

The oXeanseeker says “ahoy by-catch”

In addition to various and easily interchangeable sensors for different applications, the meter long and 10 kilograms light oXeanseeker is equipped with up to three high-resolution cameras. The oXeanseeker opens up the extremely interesting, and perhaps surprising market of deep-sea fishing – an industry in which there is particular pressure to work both sustainably and cost-effectively. “Despite their sonars and their experience, fish skippers still have to accept great uncertainties today because they cannot always clearly determine the exact composition of the shoal of fish among them beforehand,” says product manager Max Abildgaard, who is also the creative mind behind the idea. “As a result, there are is still an unbelievable amount of by-catch today.” By-catch, these are fish and other marine animals that end up in the trawl but are not the fisherman’s actual target.
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Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Two Horses Rescued with Funds from Angel Animals Network

Allen and Linda Anderson are pet-experts, keynote speakers, best-selling authors, and founders of the Angel Animals Network. They help people discover and benefit from the miraculous powers of animals. Dedicated to promoting human-animal companionship, Allen and Linda donate a portion of proceeds from their work to animal rescue organizationis and do fundraising activities. The Andersons believe that whenever you connect spiritually with animals, thousands of new doors open. Through their books, newsletters, presentations, insights, and this website they will show you portals into a whole new world where animals are your guides, healers, and friends. With pets in 63% of American homes (71 million households) in 2007, it's astonishing to consider the consequences of ignoring animals as wisdom partners and the benefits of tapping into their hidden talents.

Friday, December 28, 2018

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Sunday, December 9, 2018

America is big. Very big. It's big even before you account for its snowy Alaskan and tropical Hawaiian outposts. The sunny surf beaches along California give way to dusty deserts, snow-capped peaks and endless forests that reach across to the gritty East Coast cities of New York and Boston. There are distinctly American adventures to be had in all four corners of this vast land. 
There is  nowhere on earth where Mother Nature can be seen at its most dramatic than the Grand Canyon. The cavernous behemoth, which stretches 18 miles across and over a mile deep, is impressive to say the least. Don't just gawp at its beauty though. Circle overhead by helicopter, paddle along the Colorado River or pretend you're John Wayne while you gallop along the rim on horseback. 

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Today, December 5, 20018 we said good bye to a beloved President George Herbert Walker Bush. I was really moved by what many said at his funeral in the Washington Cathedral in Washington D.C.

There are many items that we did not know about this many who guided the United States for 4 years including the fact that he guided us during the time of the end of the cold war. I hope you enjoy this video and a small look at the history of this man, son, father, grandfather, and great grandfather as well as serving our country in many facets including the office of President of our great country.

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Thursday, October 18, 2018

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Dan Whittemore is a musician-artist living in Reno, Nevada.He has been a songwriter - singer - music pastor for years, an artist in secret and for fun.He loves  the arts, life, and like most artists, he I enjoys capturing beautiful and interesting images and thoughts in musical notes and on canvas.He looks forward to contributing to and learning from all of you at FAA. Please check out his galleries and let him know what you think.

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Trying a different affect.... Starting with a pattern of splatches and then filling in what comes to mind... No plan, just how it made me feel.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Joni and Friends - Volunteers

For the past twenty-five years, Heaven has inspired us to live well on earth even as we long for eternity. Drawing on Scripture, Joni Eareckson Tada answers the deepest questions of our hearts about what heaven will be like, who we will see there, and who we will be there.
This updated and expanded edition of Joni’s classic brings a new understanding of what heaven is, along with new mysteries and hopes. Now in her late 60s, Joni is much closer to heaven than she was when she first wrote the book in her mid 40s. And she says, “I will soon—soon!—hear His voice, look into His eyes, and feel His embrace. And He will say, ‘Welcome home, Joni.’” It is from this vantage point that Joni now speaks about how we can live for Jesus as we look forward to our real home.
At the end of each chapter in this updated book, Joni includes additional reflections that speak to where she is now, higher up on the hill of perspective. She calls these thoughts Climbing Higher, and that’s her invitation to all who make this journey with her.

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Thursday, September 6, 2018

Louvre - the most visited Museum in the World

In 2017, around 8.1 million people visited the Louvre in Paris, making it the most-visited museum in the world. No wonder Mona Lisa is wearing that self-satisfied smirk! But the Louvre should watch it's derrière: the National Museum of China comes in at a very close second, with a little over 8 million visitors in 2017. Pretty impressive, considering that it opened its doors in 2003, whereas the Louvre has been building its cred since the 18th century.

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