• 00:05

    Silent Tears of A Military Mom

    in Blogs

     


     Recently my cousin messaged me, I would die if my son will be in the military. How can you live with the fear that any moment he could be sent to a war? I couldn’t do it .. I would have done all I could to stop him from going in the military, and for that I admire you.


     My answer to her was…I will never forget how my heart dropped when my son came to tell me he wanted to join the military. I asked him if he was sure and if that’s what he wanted then.. I will support his decision 100%. He explained his reasons and I noticed he had really thought it over and was sure of his decision. I knew if he saw that his decision was breaking my heart he wouldn’t go through with it. The next few months were emotionally torturing and that’s when my silent tears began. The day came when we had to drive him so he could begin his journey. On my way to drop him off, I prayed for strength. The time to say our goodbyes came, he said bye to my daughter, my boyfriend and then me. That hug almost made me break down, as I hugged him in my head I scream to God for strength and to please help me hold my tears. As we pull away I saw his tears, I took a deep breath and said "Hey, don’t cry you see me I'm strong and time will fly, we will see each other soon." He cracked a smirked and said "true," took a deep breath and walked away. I held my tears in till I got in my car, and I just let it out. I was not seeing my son leaving but one of my best friends. 


    I'm very proud of him and his achievements so far in his military journey, but I couldn’t be selfish. A mother or any parent must let their child free and let them spread their wings. My faith gives me strength and yes I'm hurting but I have faith that the Lord and my grandmother are watching over him and keeping him safe. Only I know how many silent tears I've shed.

  • 01:52

    Hidden Sacred Songs from The Trail of Tears Revealed: Earthkeeper's Tom Bluewolf

    in Religion

    Tom Bluewolf is a Muskogee Creek Elder who works with Earthkeepers


    Tom's Grandfather taught him that just before the Trail of Tears, many Sacred Songs were hidden in the Dreamtime so that they could be retrieved later... many years later, the current Rain Queen Modjadji of South Africa (of a line of Rain Queens lasting 10,000 years) contacted him,having leaned who he was through spirit, and told him that she had found the Sacred Songs in the Dreamtime, and to come get them. Hear the story of that Journey!
     

  • 00:21

    Milling About The Urban Wine Trail

    in Entertainment

    Milling About visits the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone. Our first stop is Cottonwood Canyon (www.cottonwoodcanyon.com) hosted by Randy. Known for their Pinot Noir, it's the first winery in Santa Barbara county to be put in caves; 6,000 square feet to keep the temperature and humidity constant for fine wines. They also have a European style 2001 Pinot with hints of earthy peat moss, mushroom truffle, caramel smoke and then the berries (in that order). Randy says their 'slap upside the head' perfect prime rib Syrah has red licorice and plum flavors. And their dessert Syrah comes with instructions to go perfectly with chocolate.


    Our next stop is the Santa Barbara Winery (www.sbwinery.com) hosted by Shai. It's the oldest winery in the Funk Zone. Their white wine is produced on the premises and their reds are done at Lafond vineyards in the Santa Rita hills. Their Pinot Gris has aromatics of granny smith apple and green pear; Shai recommends it as a cocktail wine. Their Reislings have different levels of sweetness to the amount of alcohol; the less sugar goes well with spicy thai and the sweeter wine is described as a cheesecake dessert.


    Our last stop is Riverbench Winery (www.riverbench.com) known for their sparkling wines; hosted by Cassie. Their Blanc de Blanc has notes of apple, kiwi and a toastiness that is attributed to an unfortunate fire but lends itself to a delicious smokey flavor. Check out their Valentine's Day mixer with a never before tasted Pinot and game night where you can taste wine and challenge yourself to Twister!

  • 01:18

    #182 Hong Kong 100 Ultra Trail Review

    in Fitness

    The Vibram Hong Kong 100 Ultra Trail Race is fast becoming one of the world's must do events for trail running enthusiasts.


    Attractive to both elite and weekend runners the Hong Kong 100 takes you on a journey through Hong Kong that most tourists and many locals never experience.


    With almost 5,000m ascent and a mix of trail, beach and mountain running the HK 100 is a truly special race.


    In this episode of the Partnerunning Show we review the 2015 event and share our experience of running the HK 100.


    In addition to reviewing the race we look at a few Hong Kong tourist options and outline our top 10 reasons to run the Hong Kong 100.


    Also on the show:



    Over the shoulder
    Ask Sue
    The road ahead

  • 01:29

    TRAIL BUSTERS & TRAIL BLAZER on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!

    in Entertainment

    Tues. Jan 20th Noon CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!


    GARY HOLT and TINA MAE WEBER are joined by Susana Gibson publisher of Trail Blazer Magazine and we travel to TRAIL BUSTERS Horse Campground in beautiful Love Valley NC to explore the trails surrounding this special campground in the mountains of the Tar Heel State.


    SADDLE UP AMERICA! is brought to you by Trailguard 24 hour Roadside Assistance Learn more about Trailguard at www.trailguard.org
    And by Trailhead Supply your Source for the Best Camping Gear, Horse Packing Equipment & Horse Riding Gear.  
    Learn more about Trailhead Supply at www.trailheadsupply.com


    EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO is Heard World Wide Online...Listen on our FREE Mobile App and at our Website www.equestrianlegacy.net   Listen to our Live shows or our Archived Podcast anytime On Demand 24/7

  • 00:18

    Lynden Trail, Norfolk State, LB/DE - NFL Draft Podcast

    in Football

    Lynden Trail started all 12 games for the second year in a row and became just the second NSU defensive player in the Division I era (since 1997) to earn first-team All-MEAC honors and some form of FCS All-America recognition in three straight years (DB Terrell Whitehead was the other, from 2007-09). He was voted to the All-MEAC first team at linebacker and named to The Sports Network and Associated Press FCS All-America second team.


    His senior incredible season earned him and invite the 2015 Reese's Senior Bowl the first Norfolk State player ever invited to the game. He was a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award as the top FCS defensive player for the second straight season. He finished the season with 91 tackles (11th in MEAC), 11.5 tackles for loss (17th in MEAC) and 5.0 sacks (tied for 17th in MEAC), and also registered nine quarterback hurries, four pass breakups, two forced fumbles, two blocked kicks and one fumble recovery on the year. 

  • 02:14

    The Smoking Glass Hour hosted by Baron Glass & The Northeastern Trail Riders

    in Social Networking

    All about the Trail Ride, Rodeo and Life


    7:30PM to 8:30PM


    A Round Table Discussion of Current Events


    8:30PM to 9:30PM


    Anthony Bruno, The President of Northeastern Trailriders


    The History of Trail Riding with Special Invited Guest each night.


     We want this history preserved in a format where it can be shared by all Trail Riding groups. Giving people their flowers while they are still upright. Let's stop waiting for that box date to share our thoughts of Gratitude.

  • 00:29

    Preacher Wants Me Buried ! The Trail of Noah

    in Spirituality

    The Trail of Noah, Christians, Muslims and Jews are called to the stand to defend the story of Noah! Listen as we present the evidence for Noah not existing without this key  there is no Abraham the father of the three monotheist religions! Listen to the eveidence. 

  • 01:04

    Live at Prairie View A&M Trail ride HLSR

    in Social Networking

    A.F. Riggins will be interviewing Myrtis Dightman Jr. and maybe others live at the trail ride for Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.


    This year’s trail ride will assemble in Hempstead, TX on Friday, February 20, 2015 at 8:00AM with a “Show & Tell” at the Hempstead Elementary School. The trail will travel approximately 17 miles per day until it reaches Memorial Park in Houston, TX in preparation for the Annual HLSR Parade. For more information or photos contact, 281-235-5426 or email Ldbrown225@gmail.com

  • 01:00

    On the Road to Freedom, a civil rights trail

    in Travel

    World Footprints will travel along The Road To Freedom with author and former civil rights activist Charlie Cobb as he introduces us to the places of the movement and the personalities who made those places historically relevant. Then meet fellow travelers Scott Hartblay and Christine Bischoff as they recount their independent journeys along the civil rights trail through Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana.

  • 01:59

    The Smoking Glass Hour hosted by Baron Glass & The Northeastern Trail Riders

    in Social Networking

    All about the Trail Ride, Rodeo and Life


    7:30PM to 8:30PM


    A Round Table Discussion of Current Events


    8:30PM to 9:30PM


    Anthony Bruno, The President of Northeastern Trailriders


    The History of Trail Riding with Special Invited Guest each night.


     We want this history preserved in a format where it can be shared by all Trail Riding groups. Giving people their flowers while they are still upright. Let's stop waiting for that box date to share our thoughts of Gratitude.

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