This is totally amazing! This is what our world is coming too? What in the world is going on with our country? When people are allowed to buy this stuff with food stamps that is a sad situation all on it’s own. Come on people this help is for food and nothing else. Not to trade them for money so they can buy their drugs, beer or anything else…..Just food!!!!! This is sad and should not be allowed.
These are great pictures! Thanks for sharing…..
You are totally right! Sometimes you are at a loss for words and you have to read other people’s thoughts and opinions to see if you can add some insight of your own. Thanks for posting this wonderful information.
Here on The Daily Post, we’re always advising you to build blog relationships by leaving substantive comments on other people’s posts. That’s easy enough to say, but how do you think of more to say than “Great post!” when all you can think to say is, well, “Great post!”
I often have trouble coming up with things to say — both in blog commenting sections and at parties. Here are some questions I ask myself when I want to leave a comment on a post but find I’m at a loss for words:
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Even though the picture does not reflect Jazz it still represents the romance between husband and wife spending a Sunday morning together.
A perfect Sunday would include waking up to the quiet surroundings of your home. While the children are sleeping you are making coffee, and listening to the jazz station until 12. Looking out the window watching the birds fly here and there. On the other hand you could be sitting in your kitchen looking at the calming serenity that the mountains have drinking coffee, and listening to the jazz station that plays all the wonderful classics. If she could spend all the Sunday’s from here on out doing this it would be wonderful. However, in reality this only happens on occasions when she finally gets a Sunday off from work. Those are the moments to treasure because they only come around once in a while.
A wonderful blog post! I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I am a huge fan of dream catcher’s. They are wonderful and beautiful to look at. Thanks for posting this wonderful information Dr. Rex
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In some Native American cultures, a dreamcatcher (or dream catcher; Lakota: iháŋbla gmunka, Ojibwe: asabikeshiinh, the inanimate form of the word for “spider” or Ojibwe: bawaajige nagwaagan meaning “dream snare”) is a handmade object based on a willow hoop, on which is woven a loose net or web. The dreamcatcher is then decorated with sacred items such as feathers and beads.
Dreamcatchers originated with the Ojibwe people and were later adopted by some neighboring nations through intermarriage and trade. It wasn’t until the Pan-Indian Movement of the 1960s and 1970s, that they were adopted by Native Americans of a number of different nations. Some consider the dreamcatcher a symbol of unity among the various Indian Nations, and a general symbol of identification with Native American or First Nations cultures.
The Ojibwe people have an ancient legend about the origin of the…
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