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Laura Flacks-Narrol
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New post about blogging and overcoming your inner fears.

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Blogginf Fun with Food Not Bought Blog and Heirloom Gardener
I am so excited to say I am blogging for Heirloom Gardener.  I started a blog called Food Not Bought.  Food Not Bought, is a blog that will cross over from the Ivan back and forth across the garden.  It will cover topics of the kitchen and how to build a pa...

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All Fridge and Nothing But the Fridge
Today I am going to ramble on about a fridge.   Well about a couple of fridges. We have had several fridges over our married life and through raising the boys.  We had a lovely freezer at the bottom, European Style but it only lasted 6 years.  We had a nice...

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I got a big but and I do not care...
Amy Jones may seem like your ordinary Mother of two in America today, and in many ways, she is.  Along with at least 40% of the population of people just like, her she has a problem that needed solving.  Research shows that a huge percentage of women have m...

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This election has everyone down.

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The Tipping Point of America's Decency
I sit here feeling hallow inside. Feeling like, frankly, I could toss up my comfort food lunch.  I feel like the carpet was pulled out from under my feet and I landed by falling down a rabbit whole.  I feel like I have watched the decency of our democracy r...

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Got another post out about Israel. I need to preserve this so years from now we can look back and remember how great this trip was.

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Yad Mordichai, flowers a wall and the reality of Gaza
One of our last days in Israel was spent visiting my cousin who is doing his army service, stationed near Yad Mordichai on the Gaza boarder.  We drove out following our relatives in their car. We drove down the coast of Israel through Tel Aviv down to the t...

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Dead Sea Area... From Oasis to Healing
This post will be about the South of Israel.  The next adventures we had on our trip were in the Dead Sea area.  Our destination that night was the Isotel Dead Sea, and it was to be a wonderful relaxing healing time.  I had not expected such a sumptuous res...

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From Ruins to Strength
I We started traveling through the north of Israel checking out the usual spots.  We saw ruins from the biblical period and before.  We saw spots like the Bahia Temple in Haifa and even went to the city of Acco which was one of the first places named in the...
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