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Dec 10 Published in Untagged by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Here's the list I give my clients. What with the stress of the holidays, it might be helpful.
• Drink water: no ice - you’ll drink more; same with using a straw. When you urinate, consciously let go of whatever has been pissing you off lately. Same when you defecate - say out loud, “I now release all
Dec 10 Published in wonders of nature by Chris | Comment (1)
A scene from the river path. Herons are so cool. Coots are, well, creepy. Especially close up, with their blood red eyes.
Dec 08 Published in Zen, stuff we like, happy time by Chris | Comment (0)
I am often asked questions by people who could easily search the Internet for the answer and frankly, find it irritating to be treated as a walking encyclopedia.
I started responding with "I don't know, what does Google say?"
However, there are certain times when the knife twist of sarcasm is called for.
Dec 08 Published in Untagged by Wordsmith | Comment (2)
Not a big deal, right? Usually, at this time of year my creativity is in hybernation and doesn't reappear until January, but it's eight days into December and I'm still able to string words together on paper, or at least into a computer.
This is a new development. For as long as I've been writing on a regular basis, my output slows down at Halloween,
Dec 05 Published in Quotes, Politics, Current Events by RamblingRose | Comment (2)
Dr. Laura Schlessinger is a radio personality who dispenses advice to people who call in to her radio show. Recently, she said that, as an observant Orthodox Jew, homosexuality is an abomination according to Leviticus 18:22 and cannot be condoned under any circumstance. The following is an open letter to Dr. Laura penned by Jim, the
Dec 04 Published in Untagged by Shingu2008 | Comment (0)
This was the greatest. The Taiko troupe in Shingu gave us a special performance. Notice the Japanese and American flags in the background!
Dec 02 Published in Tarot, Mental Health, Little Stories, Health, Astrology, Acupuncture Herbal Therapy by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
For almost two months now, I have been struggling for my health. Specifically, I've been struggling to get a breath. Ever since my birthday, when I was dealt a double emotional wallop, I have been doing everything in my power to regain my balance.
Every muscle hurts, as every cell feels starved for oxygen, and a deep depression has
Nov 30 Published in Untagged by Lupin | Comment (0)
I'd like to start by saying that I really like to surf. I'm not very GOOD at it, but it's still fun. Yesterday was a nice day, and I went to check out the swell at Cowell's to get an idea of what it was like, and I saw some of the biggest waves I have ever seen there. I went over to Steamer's to see what it was like there, and some of the waves were
Nov 30 Published in Personal Development, Life Coach, Health, Current Events, Consulting, Coaching by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
I found this great article in The Wall Street Journal I wanted to share:
A Hypnotic Answer to Financial Angst
By MARY PILON
After Gary Manouelian was laid off last year as a customer-service representative, he was anxious about his ability to pay off his mortgage and credit-card debt. So he sought help through hypnosis.
Thirty sessions and $1,500
Nov 29 Published in Health by Wordsmith | Comment (2)
Thursday before last on November 20th, my appendix was removed. It was my first operation, the first time I was rendered unconscious by anesthesia, and it was the most surreal experience I ever had in a life teeming with surreal experiences.
The whole episode began on Wednesday the 19th when I began to feel ill at work in the middle of the day. At
Nov 28 Published in Untagged by hugobarber | Comment (0)
Radiohead do Headmaster Ritual. Marvelous.
And the original:
Nov 28 Published in Untagged by TheScottishGuy | Comment (0)
Ahh Thanksgiving, an American Tradition I'm still learning the intricacies of.
At first blush it seems like a wonderful holiday where families can gather, give thanks for each other, for health and for happiness. Where people who don't necessarily spend that much time together can rejoice ine ach other's company.
over the past few years I've realised that
Nov 28 Published in Jokes by RamblingRose | Comment (2)
Yesterday I was buying a large bag of Purina dog chow for Athena the wonder dog, at Wal-Mart and was about to check out. A woman behind me asked if I had a dog.
On impulse, I told her that no, I didn't have a dog, and that I was starting the Purina Diet again. Although I probably shouldn't, because I'd ended up in the hospital last time, but that I'd lost 50
Nov 27 Published in Untagged by Lupin | Comment (1)
Ok...so. Today is Thanksgiving. I just wanna thank umm...people. I guess. Heck, I have NO idea what to write about...I realize that I am publishing this on the internet. Maybe I could talk about Twilight. Yeah! Twilight! Here goes! To start it off, I have only read the first Twilight book so far, but I am addicted to it. I am, like, last in line
Nov 26 Published in Untagged by admin | Comment (2)
It's done. I studied my ass off; answered every question in two practice test books. I probably gained 5-6 lbs as when I study, I have to eat carbs. Sigh. I took my test on Monday and I passed despite a really crappy case of bronchitis. Amazing taking a Board Exam. They photograph and finger print you, turn your pockets inside out and ask you to take off
Nov 25 Published in music, local color by Chris | Comment (1)
One of the joys of being the Cruzio Webmaster (tm) is that I peruse the web logs and see who's hittin' the site, and sometimes, how they got here.
Without fail, on the local monthly search reports, there are dozens of searches for the phrase "Neil Young".
But today, let there be a valid response. NPR, for a limited time, is hosting the
Nov 24 Published in wonders of nature, local color, happy time by Chris | Comment (0)
The waves were a little bit better out at Steamer's yesterday, which looks like the last fine day of the year as we comfortably slip off into winter.
Thanks to my Bucci polarizing glass lens sunglasses, the day had a psychedelic tone to it. The colors and the clarity of the afternoon light, and the sun gleaming through the waves were very special.
Nov 23 Published in Astrology by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Sagittarius: The Centaur
A Transperonal, Mutable Fire Sign
Sign of the Explorer
Fire Image: A Burning Bush
Relates to Jupiter & The Ninth House
Soul Purpose: To explore & expand
the horizons of my mind & world
Key Phrase: “I Seek ”
Collages for recycled altoid boxes
2.00" x 3.5"