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Exercise Is For Girls

Exercise Is For Girls

As I sit in my chair today, my back is sore, my legs wobble, and my arms feel much heavier than they did yesterday. Today I will be confined to the home, drinking tea and licking my wounds. All because ...

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Is Tea The Answer To Fighting Bioterror Attacks?

Is Tea The Answer To Fighting Bioterror Attacks?

As unlikely as it may sound, the unimposing tealeaf might be the answer to bioterror worries—most notably anthrax and ricin attacks. Researchers have already learned of green tea’s ability to protect against anthrax, and now, new studies indicate that black ...

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Country Living

Country Living

Living in the boondocks can be very relaxing, but now and then it gets the best of me.  Living in the country most of my life, I have been through events that city slickers can only read about.  If you ...

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Fishing Memories

Fishing Memories

Ah, to be young again. I was sitting in my truck down by the boat ramp yesterday taking a break, when a kid ran up to my window. “Mister, can I use your phone?” he said excitedly. “It’s important,” he ...

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Space-Saving Solutions For Kids’ Rooms

Space-Saving Solutions For Kids’ Rooms

When trying to live off the grid, you want to make use of everything you have—and that includes the space you have! Any household with kiddos is a home in need of space-saving and storage solutions. When it comes to ...

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Turning A Sow’s Ear Into A Silk Purse

Turning A Sow’s Ear Into A Silk Purse

“Have you ever raised a pig?” the old man asked me. “Why yes I have,” I said with a smile. Like most people who listen to my rants, he didn’t believe me, but I was telling the truth… this time. ...

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A Handy Man

A Handy Man

I like to build things. There is no feeling in the world like finishing a project, stepping back and admiring your accomplishments. It’s a man thing, or so I thought until the other day. My wife wanted a new corner ...

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