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2014 Food & Flowers By Robin Wright
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Uncommonly beautiful flowers grown by mostly me. My big problem is if I see a pretty flower anywhere it's awfully tempting to snatch a picture. Unfortunately sometimes there's a big old fence in the... More > way. So when a neighbor catches me peeking over their fence and taking pictures, I just go home and cook them up one of my homemade, handcrafted, from scratch recipies. After that they don't seem to mind my peeking at all. It's a seriously pretty calendar. And if you cook, it's tasty too! Treat yourself.< Less
2014 BLACK SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLIES GO WHERE THE PARSLEY GROWS! By Robin Wright
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This is something to do with your kids when it’s gloomy outside—plan your Black Swallowtail Butterfly garden. It’s easy and fun! All you need is sunshine, a garden, a few plants and... More > a warm spring day.< Less
Robin Michelle's ~Autumn Bay By Robin Michelle Zachery
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Autumn Bay is a small town in Kentucky with more than secrets of the past. Finding the small town by accident, Charlie and Raven Wright decide to honeymoon...and they may never leave. Murder, love,... More > hate and suspense all wrapped up in a web of secrets and lies. ~The truth is too cruel to know.< Less
Autumn Bay By Robin Michelle Zachery
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In part two of "Autumn Bay" the suspense continues to build in a small town in Kentucky as Charlie and Raven Wright fall deeper into a mystery of the past and present which will determine... More > their future. The truth is too cruel to know.< Less
Heroes Every Child Should Know By Hamilton Wright Mabie
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If there had been no real heroes there would have been created imaginary ones, for men cannot live without them. The hero is just as necessary as the farmer, the sailor, the carpenter and the doctor;... More > society could not get on without him. There have been a great many different kinds of heroes, for in every age and among every people the hero has stood for the qualities that were most admired and sought after by the bravest and best; and all ages and peoples have imagined or produced heroes as inevitably as they have made ploughs for turning the soil or ships for getting through the water or weapons with which to fight their enemies. To be some kind of a hero has been the ambition of spirited boys from the beginning of history; and if you want to know what the men and women of a country care for most, you must study their heroes. To the boy the hero stands for the highest success: to the grown man and woman he stands for the deepest and richest life.< Less
Heroes Every Child Should Know By Hamilton Wright Mabie
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If there had been no real heroes there would have been created imaginary ones, for men cannot live without them. The hero is just as necessary as the farmer, the sailor, the carpenter and the doctor;... More > society could not get on without him. There have been a great many different kinds of heroes, for in every age and among every people the hero has stood for the qualities that were most admired and sought after by the bravest and best; and all ages and peoples have imagined or produced heroes as inevitably as they have made ploughs for turning the soil or ships for getting through the water or weapons with which to fight their enemies. To be some kind of a hero has been the ambition of spirited boys from the beginning of history; and if you want to know what the men and women of a country care for most, you must study their heroes. To the boy the hero stands for the highest success: to the grown man and woman he stands for the deepest and richest life.< Less
Heroes Every Child Should Know By Hamilton Wright Mabie
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Inspiring stories of heroes from various times and places relating their daring deeds, prompted by their high ideals. Perseus and Hercules are included from Greek mythology and David and Daniel from... More > the Bible. Among the legendary heroes of the middle ages are St. George, King Arthur, Sir Galahad, Siegfried, Roland, Robin Hood, The Cid, and William Tell. Historical persons such as Alfred the Great, Richard the Lion-Hearted, Robert the Bruce, and Robert E. Lee round out the collection.< Less
The War Correspondent Vol 24 No.1 April 2006 By Crimean War Research Society
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Canning Walter 11th Hussars – by Lawrence W. Crider; Cartes-de-Visite: Photographic Portrait – Lt. Gen. V.H. Bowles – by Michael Hargrave Mawson; Charger? David Wright – by... More > the Editor; Colonial Newspaper & The Crimean War – by Ian R. Stone; Cory Wm. 11th Hussars – by Roy Miles; Engineers reasons for the fall of Malakov – by Mark Conrad; French Army – Tragic second Winter – by John Barham; Gamble Sgt. John 23rd R.W. Fusiliers – by Glenn Fisher; H.Q. Lord Raglan in Crimea Visit in 1869 – by Dr. Douglas Austin; Hale Dr. T.E. at the Redan by Pete Starling; Hall Dr. John The Crimean Doctors – by Pete Starling; Helmet of Gen. Scarlett – by Major Colin Robins; Kilmainham Hospital – by Karl Shower; Nolan DID try to redirect -Who says? by Major Colin Robins; Poem Collaboration “A Cautionary Tale” by John Rawlinson; Scarlett’s Helmet – by Major Colin Robins; Songs Relating to the Crimean War – by Major Frank Clark; Winter – A Tragic Second Winter for French Army – by John Barham.< Less
The War Correspondent Vol 24 No.1 April 2006 By Crimean War Research Society
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Canning Walter 11th Hussars – by Lawrence W. Crider; Cartes-de-Visite: Photographic Portrait – Lt. Gen. V.H. Bowles – by Michael Hargrave Mawson; Charger? David Wright – by... More > the Editor; Colonial Newspaper & The Crimean War – by Ian R. Stone; Cory Wm. 11th Hussars – by Roy Miles; Engineers reasons for the fall of Malakov – by Mark Conrad; French Army – Tragic second Winter – by John Barham; Gamble Sgt. John 23rd R.W. Fusiliers – by Glenn Fisher; H.Q. Lord Raglan in Crimea Visit in 1869 – by Dr. Douglas Austin; Hale Dr. T.E. at the Redan by Pete Starling; Hall Dr. John The Crimean Doctors – by Pete Starling; Helmet of Gen. Scarlett – by Major Colin Robins; Kilmainham Hospital – by Karl Shower; Nolan DID try to redirect -Who says? by Major Colin Robins; Poem Collaboration “A Cautionary Tale” by John Rawlinson; Scarlett’s Helmet – by Major Colin Robins; Songs Relating to the Crimean War – by Major Frank Clark; Winter – A Tragic Second Winter for French Army – by John Barham.< Less
My Calendar By PRATIBHA RANKA
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My Calender contain true beauty of nature. “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing... More > in the repeated refrains of nature -- the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.”Beauty of nature is described by different people in different ways like, “The poetry of the earth is never dead.” ― John Keats “Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.” ― John Lubbock “I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.” ― Frank Lloyd Wright “Water is the driving force in nature.” ― Leonardo da Vinci “I'm proud to be a freak of nature.” ― Robin Brande, Pratibha Ranka< Less