Monthly Archives: June 2008

Rewind: Posts from June

Below is a recap of posts from the month of June.  These are compliled for you just  case you missed a few posts, would care to share or are new to Best of Mother Earth.  I appreciate your readership tremendously. … Continue reading

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HealthE News: Digestive Health

This E – Newsletter comes to you on or around the 5th of each month because you either requested it, gave me permission to send it to you, or I thought you might find it of interest. If for any … Continue reading

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Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp

Eight summers ago I drove to the Muskegan region of Michigan to take my daughter to Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp.  We have not missed a summer since. At the time, my Kate was playing the viola. To us the … Continue reading

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Marinades and Rubs for Grilling

Last summer someone told me that if you take a portabello mushroom and marinate it for DAYS, that it’s exceptional grilled.  So I tried it, and sure enough. It was just superb.  I began experimenting with stovetop grilling and found that I … Continue reading

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Toxic Household Chemical Facts and Statistics

I recently found these alarming Toxic Chemical Facts and Statistics. Thank you to Cynthia Latham VP of research and development, for this very compelling sourced data. Since 1950, at least 70,000 new chemical compounds have been invented and dispersed into … Continue reading

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Sports Nutrition

Summer is a Great Time for Sports Nutrition Products  Are you exercising more now that it’s summer?  Perhaps casually;  on your bike, taking walks, or creating your annual garden?  Maybe you are an amateur athlete in volleyball, baseball leagues or preparing for a tri-atholon?  Sports nutrition products can help hydrate … Continue reading

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Made to Order Fluffy White Cloud Days

My recent vacation has had me be very very grateful for many things. More on that when I am really back, vs back for a day and then off on another trip. In the meantime one of the things I … Continue reading

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Homemade Popsicles that Hydrate.

It’s that time of year when it’s definitely hot enough to enjoy popsicles again. I have always been a tad horrified by those plastic tubes with food dye colored popsicle treats, something that turns your mouth blue just doesn’t seem very … Continue reading

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Doodles by Kate

My daughter is a creative. The doodles below are charming, filled with personality and all the whimsy that defines her.  They bring humor, storytelling and joy to those who see them The cast of characters in these include: Her brother – whom we … Continue reading

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A Fondness for Food by Nadine Sellers

Poet Nadine Sellers of Greenadine Weblog came to me through my blogging green network.  To say she is a find is an understatment – she is a gift.  I find her to be a gentle giant, a force of wordy wisdom. I am … Continue reading

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