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It's amazing how all the things we used to do when we were living in the country that kept us healthy are looked down upon now that we live in the city. In the country, children ran barefoot in the grass, swam in the river, ate wild berries off the bushes, and had far less colds and diseases than urban children. Living around concrete and the constant electromagnetic waves from TVs, Radios, computers and cell phones is breaking down our immune systems. But there is a natural cure, and it doesn't cost a penny. Have you ever hugged a tree? Have you ever taken your shoes off and walked barefoot in a field of grass? Have you ever soaked your feet in the ocean? Nature has the power to heal our bodies and to restore us to emotional balance. Learn how you can experience the transformative healing powers of the earth in a place as close as your own back yard!
We're talking with the experts HGTV's Chris Lambton and This Old House's Roger Cook: What makes a grass become a 'lawn'? Tune in.
Green grass rules most lawns, but is that the only thing that makes a lawn? Mark started his career in home improvement as a landscaper in Cape Cod and has strong opinions about grass, yards, and lawn equipment. He's often seen 'walking the property' and loves to care for their yard. Theresa is not a lawn expert, and sees a landscape as art in terms of color, shape and texture.
So we've invited two landscaping experts to join Mark & Theresa to talk about lawns and yards. Chris Lambton and Roger Cook are diving in to share favorite mowers, spring planting tips, landscaping pet peeves, ways to enjoy a yard, water conservation issues, and dealing with the new view of what is a 'lawn.'
Chris Lambton is DIY Network's 'Yard Crashers' host and landscaping expert. A Cape Cod native, he and his wife Peyton Lambton hosted 'Going Yard' on HGTV. Often seen on The Weather Channel with his landscaping expert dad, Chris' passion for yardscaping is infectious.
Roger Cook is the landscape contractor for the Emmy Award-winning This Old House, and appears on its sister show, Ask This Old House. Roger motivates aspiring green thumbs and inspires stumped professionals with expert advice learned over the course of a lifetime in landscaping.
Frankie Picasso, host of the Good Radio Network, is bringing 2015 in with a BLAST! Joining Frankie this Thursday March 5th at 1:00 pm EST, is Author and Radio host, Deb Scott,BA, CPC.
Deb is 4 time award winning author of The Sky is Green and The Grass is Blue as well as host of award winning Radio Show, "The Best People I Know" and I know she will be able to 'right your world'!
I invite you to call in and allow Deb to show you :
How to Transform anything bad into something you love whether it’s a relationship gone south, or a work situation from hell, - Deb will explain how to turn it around.
Learn Five surprising (and easy to learn) tactics to transform anyone’s drab, ho-hum life into a sensation!
Why even bad scenes like alcoholism, depression and abuse can be spun into something positive.
How devastating events (like the death of a parent) can be the springboard to lifelong, positive change.
This truly is a unique opportunity for anyone suffering with a huge obstacle in their life, trouble moving forward past a traumatic event or even those who just find each day a challenge to see anything Positive in their lives to get help in real time from two positivity experts.
.If you want to make sure that Deb will take your call, email Frankie in advance at email@example.com to arrange a time.
"He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: He leadeth me beside the still waters”
In this message I'll share a personal testimony on how the LORD via His rhema word brought Psalm 23 alive to me last month during a flight to Tampa on a business trip.
Then we'll see just how very similar we actually are to sheep, yes sheep!
So be sure to tune into this very important message on where to find the green grass!
Join Andrew Aloha “Live”
with Jessica (Arael) Marrocco in “The Seer: Violets in the Grass”
FriNite, 29 August 2014
From 7 – 8:30pm AZT
A Spiritual Image Production’s Event
Arael steps into a space of non-ordinary reality that stirs her childhood memory of picking violets in the grass at her neighbor's home, where a misty portal appears. This is the fi rst time she discovers that she is able to see into a multiverse of non-ordinary realities where other dimensional beings exist. All of this begins when Arael, as an adult, is regressed and discovers that her childhood experience was the portal to the historical past, land of the Fae, extraterrestrial realities, and a lifetime of unexplainable events and visions.....for more on this story go to http://www.spiritualimageproductions.com/Andrew_Aloha_Live.html
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To really describe Blue Grass Gospel Music is almost impossiable,it has had the infulence of other musicial venue's. The sound of the mountains,some touch of the blues, southern gospel, all blend into the production of the high lonsome sound of blue grass & blue grass gospel Music, it has no equal, it stands alone, to bing that wonderful joy of hearing it done by some of the very best artist in this field.
Today's Guest Artist:Rhonda Vincent
PRAY FOR AMERICA,ISRAEL,OUR LOST,OUR MILITARY & POLICE OFFICER'S
The very essence of bluegrass gospel music is the underlying base of this heart felt spiritual awaking sound that tells the story is the fabric of this genre of music. Man's relationship with God, a life filled with sorrow and heartache now become's another song of how one's life can be changed,and praise to God through the awesome sound of Blue Grass gospel Music.
Todays's Guest Artist: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
PRAY FOR AMERICA.ISRAEL,OUR LOST,OUR TROOPS,& POLICE OFFICER'S
HAPPY NEW YEAR
in Self Help
The grass is greener where you choose to water it.
This is a statement that my father shared with me at a time in my life when I was always thinking the grass was always greener on the other side of the fence.
Tonight I ask what is this all about?
What is the reason we think the grass is greener somewhere else?
I look forward to you joining me tonight.
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