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Today I give a live update as I walk around the homestead inspecting the garden, fruit trees, bees, animals and more. It was so nice out, I decided to use my small digital recorder and headset to record the podcast. Natural Audio with real wind, birds chirping and all the rough audio we normally edit out. Walk with me as I check out and taste test the thornless blackberries we planted this year.
I talk about our native and Red Texas Star Mayhaw trees, Apples, Pear, Persimmon and Rabbiteye blueberry varieties among others in Zone 1. Take the live audio tour as I check the growth in the backyard vegi garden and travel out into Zone 2 where we have bees, mullberries, figs and wild plums.
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Laura McIntosh wants to help keep meal-planning insanity to a minimum this holiday season. “If you can take the time to organize, it won’t be so hectic. I have a really big family. We’ve done up to 35 people for dinner—with two turkeys. For parties like that, it makes sense to be hyper-organized, like putting little stickers on the serving dishes so when the food’s done, you know what goes where,” the host of the PBS cooking series Bringing It Home tells In the Kitchen’s Jackie Plant. “But keep your menu to the four main ingredients—turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy—then do just one extra dish and get real creative with it. Like a corn chowder soup, or sliced persimmon with candied pecans and dried cranberries salad. Have a signature dish to make the meal memorable.”
Welcome To The Beautiful Butterfly Show... During this Segment we will be Discussing LIVING WITH OI ( Osteogenesis Imperfeta). . Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a genetic disorder characterized by fragile bones that break easily. It is also known as “brittle bone disease.” A person is born with this disorder and is affected throughout his or her life time.
Today we will be Joined by Lavina Missie Jackson who is a parent of a daughter that has OI, and is also an Advocate for it as well and Founder of Lions Heart Network.
The Jackson Family consists of Tyler Smith, 16, Tory Jackson-Smith, 12, and Tabytha Brown, 9, Kissez, the dog, Turbo, the turtle, and Mittens the cat. We have lived in Greensboro 5 years. Lavinia is USCG Veteran who was honorably discharged to take care of Tabytha, after she was diagnosed with OI and couldn't find proper care. Beyond taking care of 3 gifted children, Lavinia has remained active in the community. Lavinia is one of the co-founders of Sigma Theta Lambda, a literary sorority. She is a trustee at Persimmon Grove AME. She is the founder of PEACE Camp. She co-facilitates the Friendship Community Partnership. Lavinia worked with Reading Connections, as a member of The Mission Continues, in Family Literacy. She sits on the board for Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet. Lavinia supports Poetry events in the city, as well.
Today we meet a golfer whose love for old school persimmon woods and blade irons has driven him to set up a web site dedicated to those who share his passion. The site, www.persimmongolftoday.org, is already proving popular after just one week and co-founder Riley King joins us to talk about how the site was born and what he hopes it will achieve.
A rare insight into top flight tournament golf when we chat with two time Australian Masters champion Bradley Hughes and ABS founder John "Lagpressure" Erickson about their dramatic finish at the recent Las Vegas TRGA Classic. If you've ever wondered what goes through these players' minds as they battle for a golf tournament, tune in to find out...and even call in and ask yourself.
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