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This week "Pa Mac" from the Farm Hand's Companion joins Scott M Terry for some backwoods conversation about all sorts of things. Promises to be a great show. Be sure to log into the chat room so you can join the fun!
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“I am not an armchair gardener. For the last forty years of my life I have broken my back, my fingernails and sometimes my heart in the practical pursuit of my favourite occupation”. - Vita Sackville West
Ann Chapman is a celebrated rosarian from New Zealand who is the author of several books on roses including "Women In My Rose Garden". About 20 years ago, she and her husband purchased Trinity Farm that they transformed into the largest organic, no spray rose gardens in New Zealand with over 1500 roses under cultivation.
Many of our best-loved heritage roses are named after women and in Ann Chapman book "The Women In My Rose Garden" she explores the lives and stories behind the evocative names. We may be familiar with Mary Queen of Scots, Amy Robsart and Jeanne d'Arc, but who were Adelaide d'Orléans, Nancy Steen and Nur Mahal? Among the 35 women described here are serene queens, duchesses and aristocrats, courageous heroines and pioneers, as well as the passionate gardeners who contributed much to the cultivation and preservation of the roses named for each one.
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...originally recorded 4/2/2012
Marcine Quenzer of Marcinequenzer.com
Marcine, is an accomplished artist in many mediums, concentrating on graphite, oils and acrylics. Her work is at home in Europe, as it is in Canada, Hawaii and other places around the nation.
Marcine's early years growing up in southwestern Idaho and living on the farm instilled in her a deep and enduring appreciation for the relationship between man and nature. Her father, Milbert Quenzer, sat her down at the age of four, and helped her draw her first picture. Little did he know that she had a natural gift and it would be the beginning of a life long pursuit.
Join Prophecy Quake LIVE 8:00-10:00 PM CST as we look at the possibility that ISIS may soon obtain nuclear weapons along with several other Islamic countries in the Middle East and what that will mean for the world. We will also look at the recent rash of big earthquakes across the world and their prophetic significance. We will also share some prophetic words and dreams about what is coming to America very soon. Don't miss this episode to watch some mindless TV!
The Chicago Baseball Report focuses on the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox as they finish up the 2014 Season. With September call-ups around the corner, listen to JA break down the Cubs loaded farm system and Jose Abreu's chase for the American League Rookie of the Year award.
Just because there will not be October baseball in Chicago, doesn't mean we can't talk about all the hype! Over the last 18 months, both Chicago baseball teams have taken on a youth movement for their Major League clubs. We will cover all of the young players that we hope will be fixtures for these organizations for years to come.
The Land to Mouth Food Edition of Eartheart Network Radio brings you the latest in important food, farm and garden news with ways to deepen your connection to what your are eating and the world it's grown in. We are honored to feature wonderful guests and helpful information for each week as the seasons pass in the garden with the help of Pat Battle's This Week in the Garden. Hear from inspiring teachers and leaders in sustainable, organic agriculture and celebrate your relationship with food and the earth.
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Meet our guest for next week's a Chat in the Garden.... Keisha Pexton, Director of Apprentice Athletics. You don't want to miss talking about this unique Institution- the Student-Athletes are indeed "Employees". Ask your questions live at www.chatinthegarden.com and 347-989-8385 Tuesday at 11:30 am est.
Bio- A former Lady Builder basketball standout who played two years of professional basketball, Keisha Pexton enters her seventh year as the Athletic Director at The Apprentice School. She is entering her third year as Manager Strategic Projects in addition to her role as Athletic Director.
Pexton worked for two years as an Electrical Planner on CVN 76 Ronald Reagan before becoming a Craft Instructor at the school for Production Planner Apprenticeship Program in 2005. She stayed with the Lady Builders as an assistant coach until the start of the 2005-06 season where she moved into the role of Academic Coordinator for both basketball teams. Her duties for the Apprentice School changed again in 2007 when she became a Craft Instructor for the Modeling and Simulation and Nuclear Test Technician Apprenticeship Programs and she was supervising three of the advanced programs until she took over as Athletic Director in March of 2008.
A native of Virginia Beach and a Salem High School graduate, Pexton earned her undergraduate degree in Organizational Leadership and Management in May of 2004 from Regent University and her master’s degree in Human Resource Development at George Washington University in December of 2006. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctorate in Strategic Leadership from Regent University.
Pexton has one son, Andrew (9).
Our guest this morning is James Talmage Stevens, aka Doctor Prepper™.
James has been primed for his career in the preparedness industry since he was a child.
In 1974, upon finishing graduate school with 4 young children and no prospects for a job due to economic conditions, James reverted to his past experiences on the farm and chronicled them in a notebook, along with some hand-me-down recipes from his mother and grandmother.
Noting there were no viable books that dealt with all the basics, i.e. a broad range of food products, he began to utilize his analytical skills, organizing handwritten notes, recipes and food lore into one volume of information.
In 1974, during his spare time while job-hunting, Making the Best of Basics was created. Before going to press, the subtitle Family Preparedness Handbook was added to distinguish his book from the emergency preparedness genre of the existing Civil Defense and governmental agency information. Making the Best of Basics is now in its 11th edition.
James is the award winning host of ‘Preparedness Radio Network’ and can be found right here on Blog Talk Radio.
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A lot is written about seeing our parents through dementia, but not much is available to discuss what it takes to deal with parents who might need our assistance, but who still have all their faculties. How do we finesse a parent who wants to maintain their independence into moving nearer to us; into giving us Power of Attorney to take care of their healthcare and financial needs; to accept daily help? How do we do this while allowing them to maintain their dignity?
With honesty and insight borne of experience, through Elderly Parents With All Their Marbles: A Survival Guide for the Kids, author Pam Carey shares her personal journey as well as the (humorously serious) "Rules of the Road" she developed while caring for her parents.
Anyone who has ever had to care for elderly parents will see their own situations reflected in this witty yet practical guide to surviving the ordeal. You will feel like you’re right by Pam's side as she outlines 49 essential points for navigating the trials of elderly living, the medical issues and the inevitable loss that eventually comes. She illustrates each point with her own sometimes hilarious and often poignant experiences.
This book is a must-read as a resource for anyone dealing with assisting an aging loved one. Please consider purchasing a copy as a gift for a friend, care facility or YOUR children.
Pam wrote the book as a resource for others facing similar journeys. She is also the author of Minor League Mom, A Mother's Journey Through the Red Sox Farm Teams (2009). The mother of Red Sox farm team veterans Tim and Todd Carey, Pamela holds a B.A. from Colby College and an M.A. from Columbia University Teachers College.
Jim Angelucci knows all abougt mushrooms. Especially the ones grown at Phillips Mushroom Farm in the Kennett Square area of Pennsylvania. If you thought that those white button mushrooms or portabellos are the only kind, wait until you hear about the variety and flavors. Perhaps we can get some cooking tips as well.
ISIS, Ebola, Impossible Weather and Prophecy Updates
Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room while they cover a wide range of prophecies and emerging headlines that herald the coming of the apocalyptic calamities spoken of in Revelation chapter Six. Information has surfaced that further confirms that ISIS is a team of black-ops paid mercenaries that will be leveraged by the forces of darkness to usher in World War III and drive forward the demonic goal of global dominance during the reign of Lucifer on earth, as the incarnate Antichrist of the Revelation 13 "beast government". We will also cover the pestilence, famine, and other "as in the days of Noah" events which also continue to dominate the news.
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