• Surveying Surveys

    Although complaining is par for the course with many bloggers, I try to avoid it. It isn’t because I can’t think of things to kvetch about; it’s because of my philosophy of complaining, which goes something like this:

  • Tree of a Different Kind

    An American artist has found roots in his agricultural upbringing. Award-winning contemporary artist and Syracuse University art professor Sam Van Aken has created a tree that bears 40 different types of fruit.

  • Standard Height and Weight Chart for Babies that every parent should know

    A common cause of worry for most Indian Moms is regarding the weight of their children.. a reflection of the Mom’s way of raising the child and think a chubby baby is a sign of good upbringing!!

  • Art in Bloom Took Over Edmonton! 2015

    Edmonton hosted the first annual Art in Bloom Festival earlier this month. The four day festival featured five art galleries and five flower shops collaborating in a fun and unique event.

  • 9 Tips to Protect Babies from Rainy Season Diseases

    These are really easy tips that hardly need any special effort but are very effective! With little babies, it’s always better to be safe than sorry, so err on the side of caution and keep your baby healthy…

  • Exhibition Opening – Standing Room Only

    Saturday afternoon the weather was, well it is winter. Actually the sun came out and it was pretty good. What a wonderful turn out we had. John Morris opened the show with some kind, quiet words of wisdom…

  • Reflections: The Price Of Bigotry

    On Thursday evening, after a long day of blogging conference meet ups, I took the subway down to 14th Street.. My bags were very heavy and, as cab after available cab sped by,.. Then a pained sadness settled in my spirit.

  • Early Memories

    I’m a baby in my crib, and it’s unbelievably hot. I’m sweating profusely and wearing only a diaper. Something other than the heat is bothering me. I’m too good natured to cry…

  • When Can I Give my Baby Meat and Fish?

    So you see, while some babies may not take to non-veg foods right away, some babies seem to ask, ‘where were you all this time?’ Whatever the case may be, just follow your baby’s cues and stick to…

  • Sweet Summer Dreams | Wordless Wednesday

    Mother Nature just won’t release us from a weather cycle of rain and thunderstorms.. the Talking Dogs take advantage of the A/C to do some serious afternoon napping.. Rosie, is dreaming of fresh dog cookies.

  • Motivation Mondays: WEALTH

    While many might immediately think of material things, the great sages and philosophers have always said that contentment is true wealth. When we add to that, the love of family, friends, freedom and…

  • Signals of a Good Marriage

    Mrs. Chatterbox and I have gotten along extremely well for the past four decades, but there is one area of friction. Like many husbands, I’m not particularly observant when it comes to doing things around the house.

  • A Girl Undone by Catherine Linka

    Linka has given us a dystopian world with harsh guidelines and rules. Those who do not cave to the rules are often killed or disappear with no one the wiser.

  • Event Extraordinaire: #BlogHer15 & #BBNYC In NYC

    From Wednesday through Saturday night, I attended two phenomenal conferences in NYC. Yes, two! I got to zip around Manhattan flitting from Blogger Bash offerings at Pier 60, to BlogHer15 offerings at the Hilton Hotel midtown.

  • Oops… Apology to our FB users

    I would like to apologize for being ignorant of the fact that although The Blog Farm – A Growing Blog Community​ has been uploading posts to our FB page all along.. they were only visible to me.

  • Kick off your weekend with Dog Song Saturday here at Talking Dogs. Named to the Rolling Stone magazine’s 40 Saddest Country Songs of All Time list, they note this song…

  • Weekly Photo Challenge: HALF & HALF

    When I read the assignment for today, what struck me how things that create juxtapositions often tell a striking contrasting story that we might not always think about until we see the contrast…

  • The Dinner Party: Conclusion

    I stared at the sap seeping through the white paint on our dining room table and taxed myself to think of a creative solution. Maybe I could tell Aarone the sap was hashish and she’d smoke it…

  • Bean Salad

    This recipe is called bean salad because I vary the types of beans depending on what I have or what sounds good. I use garbanzos, white beans, kidney beans, black beans and even field peas like black-eyed peas.

  • Silent Creed by Alex Kava

    When major catastrophes happen, Ryder Creed and his animals are often some of the first responders. In Silent Creed by Alex Kava we follow him to another disaster site.

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