by Stopwatch Gardener Cottage Gardening Podcast
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Tags: stopwatchgardener, Rare Plants for Rare Disease Research, spring
The garden is waking up, with birds and bumblebees starting to show their faces. Plus, talking about moving plants around and purging what you don't want.
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Tags: Podcast, running, endurance
Laura and I meet at Camp Creek Greenway Trail for a short easy 5K. Laura has been suffering with pinky toe problems and has just started running again. We had a nice run and chat. Originally broadcast March 18, 2013.
Hello Sue a long days of driving Rover. I know we're running this week. One that full driving day and before before we get on the ferry tomorrow and sail for the UK. So today we started off in New Way so we'll always receiving an ___ in in Denmark. So I will now in then then Denmark. But it was really an enjoyable day and we said hello to everyone else at Charlson drumming yeah and we were able to sort out the tyres and everything and so sometimes to keep going that helps us with but there's some bits and pieces of kit for the best It was nice to be able to have the go ahead the end of the loose ends and so I just wanted to make you aware of that we got back ok and enjoying the vehicle is Now it's not a preferred to have a chat with you Susan 35 thousand miles and I'm going to have a bath I was in a meeting but
by Mrs. Pre's Channel
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Tags: texting, byod, learning
Students love texting. Why not harness this for learning? This phonecast provides 3 options for using texting in an educational setting. Texting is a viable education tool and I believe that we should start using texting for communicating and collaborating on school work.
Well today we headed further South into Altie(?) along the the main route that we're hoping to take all the way home and it really brought us into the mountains today. So we've been following this really deep river gorge and it started off as just a little shallow river and then it sort of slowly got deeper and deeper into the ground and then we passed over a few mountain passes and it really started to get speculator but it's still getting dark quite early it's sort of gets dark pretty quickly so we didn't see the last bit so we decided to stop in a little ___ which is like well a guest house really but this one's more like a road side motel and I feel a bit rough and ready round the edges. It's cheap which is the plus side but you know no running water and it has got an inside loo but there's no water in it so I'm not quite sure how that works.
I’ve dropped 11.8 pounds since I started this new diet on January 26th, exactly 2 weeks ago. On January 30th, weighing in a 214.5 and still overcoming a case of influenza, I checked into the UMass Memorial health center to have some blood drawn for a checkup following some chest pain I had experienced about six months ago. I’m pretty sure that the chest pain was muscular in origin (not cardiovascular) but since I was obese (according to the BMI charts) my doctor wasn’t taking any chances. An electrocardiogram treadmill test showed that my heart was in very good shape…but at my current age of 52; my doctor wasn’t taking any chances. Today I’ll reveal some PHI and talk about one of the reasons I’ve decided to lose some weight and get healthier.