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The B Word

Shrouded in mysticism, doubts, and a bad reputation, describing a wine using the “B” word typically leaves a consumer with a skeptically raised eyebrow and a lot of questions about what is involved in the process and why a company would operate this way. 844 more words


It Ain't Necessarily So

This is a more modern piece of classical music written by George Gershwin for the violin. I want to keep this posting brief, in response to a question I have been asked by many of my friends. 375 more words

Sarah Rose Vining

Follow Your Gut on Family Health

Family Share picked up and reprinted a post from my website. It’s about kid health, boogers and dirt, and overprotective parents.



Bread plus something extra

I stiffened and looked in alarm at my wife when I heard the family enter the church through the door behind the pew in which we were sitting. 291 more words

Daily Recap: The pond on campus

Like I said names are changed to protect the hard working person but I can’t believe Ana is saying to me and herself, shame on her for not applying for this mini gran as of yet. 141 more words

Daily Recap

Special Microorganisms produce Anti-Obesity molecule in the gut

Bacteria in the gut fulfil a host of useful function for humans. But recent study says that the gut microbiota can be an effective long-term strategy for inhibiting development of obesity. 431 more words