Mulberry Public Library Indiana
Oct. 18: Susan Page, entrepreneur, columnist, emcee, public speaker and philanthropist, has answered challenges in her life with one wins or losses, the result has been an earned depth of experience providing perspective and inspiration. In Page talk story session, she will share her intimate life moments hoping to motivate all to embrace a philosophy of a positive, 8: Join holistic coach and renowned private chef Olelo paa Faith Ogawa, who will speak on the topic of mindfulness and how to live a full life through mindful eating and work/life balance..
Maybe there a third category of difference beyond attitude and method it just plain old knowledge. Watching a professionalbeekeeper an apiary is a thing of wonder. He walks in and can determine by sound and movement where he needs to look further. “Before I worked at the restaurant, I really thought I was put on this earth for to be an accessory, a cheerleader; I just didn’t know any better. But the cute, shy waitresses didn’t last long. I learnt very quickly that the women who ran that restaurant were the strongest, cleverest ones who had something to say and they valued a sense of humour.
Correct timing for planting is essential. The bible for vegetable gardening is Dr. Sylvan Witwer publication, Gardening in Moapa and Virgin Valleys, available from the Nevada Cooperative Extension. Menu at Enrico goes way beyond pizza, including all of the classic Italian comfort foods like bruschetta made on housemade focaccia bread, and super stringy housemade mozzarella sticks served with tangy marinara. There are ultra fresh PEI Mussels swimming in an addictive white wine broth that you will want to mop up with housemade garlic bread. For another taste of that brick oven, get the wood fired chicken wings, cooked at a high temperature to lock in the flavor..
The tiny cabin with its crudely cut log exterior, rough pallet on the floor and bare loft stands in stark contrast to Washington’s 11,400 square foot mansion five miles away, with its opulent furnishings, white pillared verandah and vistas of the Potomac River. Construction of the 16 foot by 14 foot dwelling was based in part on a 1908 photo of a dilapidated slave cabin, one of many that once dotted the 8,000 acre estate. In a letter written in 1798, a Polish visitor to Mount Vernon described “the huts of the Blacks, for one cannot call them by the name of houses,” as “wretched” and “more miserable than the most miserable of the cottages of our peasants.” But that jolt of despair, said Sheila Coates, president of Black Women United for Action, is what Mount Vernon needed.