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Lets Talk Astrology..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Debra A Smith on Thursday. 12 Replies

How about some daily reading..Continue

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Debs Discussions...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Debra A Smith yesterday. 59 Replies

Ok have a new idea.. how about we make this a Foodie Discussion ..anyone interested? or I will be closing this discussion board. My groups have been approved.. please come join them if they interest…Continue

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Debra A Smith commented on Debra A Smith's group Debs Thoughts,Insights & Finds
"Summarize your goals for those who support you and they'll give you an energy boost."
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Debra A Smith replied to Debra A Smith's discussion The Spellary.. in the group Debs Pagan Info
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Debra A Smith replied to Debra A Smith's discussion Lets Talk Herbs.. in the group Debs Pagan Info
"Eucalyptus( Greek eukalypto - " covered " or " wrapped ", which is the description for how the hanging seedpods cover the young flower buds).This is a Native Australian plant and has been used for treating the common for…"
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"“Happiness based on what’s temporary and arbitrary is forever elusive, while happiness based on eternal truth is forever.” - Daniel Parmeggiani"
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"Holidays for Saturday, February 25th, 2017International Sword Swallower's Day Observed the last Saturday of FebruaryInternational Tongue Twister Contest Day Observed the last Saturday of FebruaryLet's All Eat Right DayNational…"
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Debra A Smith replied to Debra A Smith's discussion The Spellary.. in the group Debs Pagan Info
"Good for you.. Best of luck!!"
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"Happy SaturnsDay Everyone..have a rockin weekend!!"
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Michael o'malley replied to Debra A Smith's discussion The Spellary.. in the group Debs Pagan Info
"I just did the spell so let's see what happen's"
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Michael o'malley replied to Debra A Smith's discussion The Spellary.. in the group Debs Pagan Info
"thank you I hope so"
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Debra A Smith replied to Debra A Smith's discussion Debs Discussions...
")HUGZ("
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Debra A Smith replied to Debra A Smith's discussion The Spellary.. in the group Debs Pagan Info
"Good going Michael.. may it bring you prosperity!!"
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"Undines: Undines are the spiritual beings that inhabit the spirit realm of the element Water. They not only exist in the water itself, but also in substances of humidity and all other liquids. They appear to humans as beautiful water nymphs or the…"
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"Sylphs: Sylphs are the spiritual beings that inhabit the spirit realm of the element Air. Their activities are manifest in the gatherings of clouds, in the blowing of the wind, the downpour of rain and the formation of snow. They are also…"
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"n folklore elementals were thought to be fickle, malicious and unpredictable spirits sent by the “wicked-witch” in the form of familiars to trick people into accidents and traps and sometimes killing them. This is the sort of belief that…"
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just a old pagan hippie..sharing, caring and building a pagan community.. New Community Site is up an running The Home Site!! www.oaksfoundation.info
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At 10:30am on February 25, 2017, Debra A Smith said…
At 11:42am on February 24, 2017, David J. Mcessey said…

At 11:19am on February 24, 2017, Debra A Smith said…

Celebrating Black History Month Celebrating Black History Month

A month is never enough to celebrate the African-American contribution to our American Experience. Commemorating the courageous actions and notable achievements of African-Americans in our nation's history can help us all gain a greater vision of the values that make America great.

At 10:55am on February 24, 2017, Debra A Smith said…

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At 10:21am on February 24, 2017, Debra A Smith said…

Friday, February 24th, 2017

International Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day Observed the last Friday of February
International STAND UP to Bullying Day Observed the last Friday of February and the third Friday of November
National Tortilla Chip Day
National Trading Card Day
World Bartender Day

At 9:53pm on February 23, 2017, ☼SunKat☯ said…

At 3:22pm on February 23, 2017, Debra A Smith said…

NEW DAY PROCLAMATION: NATIONAL SKIP THE STRAW DAY – Fourth Friday in February

National Skip the Straw Day - Fourth Friday in February NATIONAL SKIP THE STRAW DAY

For thousands of years, humans have enjoyed slurping a refreshing beverage through a cylindrical tube.  On the fourth Friday in February The Coral Keepers ask you to consider a different way on National Skip the Straw Day!

If Marvin Stone (the inventor of the first paper straw in 1888) were alive today, he might be shocked to know of the five large areas of the ocean, called gyres, where plastic garbage collects. The sea’s currents create vortexes trapping plastics, and in the collection are plastic drinking straws.

Straws and other plastics cause harm to marine life in many ways.  Birds, fish and other sea life consume plastics accidentally or when they mistake it for food. Plastics don’t biodegrade.  They break down into smaller and finer, microscopic pieces. When plastics break down, they produce bisphenol A (BPA) which interferes with reproductive systems in marine life. It also produces styrene monomer which is a suspected carcinogen.

According to the National Park Service, Americans use 500 million drinking straws daily! So, on National Skip the Straw Day that’s potentially 500 million fewer straws that don’t end up in landfills or the ocean.

We can give you all sorts of other statistics to convince you to Skip the Straw on National Skip the Straw Day (and on other days), but we would rather show you how.

HOW TO OBSERVE

For most of us, the easiest way is to pick up the glass and tip it back like our parents taught us to do when we four or five. It may take some practice and maybe both hands.  There are other fun, eco-friendly, healthy options.

  • Bamboo straws are a renewable, reusable and biodegradable.
  • Paper straws, while still disposable, are biodegradable and from a renewable source.
  • Glass straws are coming in durable, colorful designs fit for a variety of beverages.
  • Stainless steel straws are an option for those of us who like our cold drinks really cold!

Other Ways to Observe:

  • Volunteer to help clean up your local beaches, parks or neighborhoods.  Take note of how many straws are included in all the litter.
  • Plan ahead. Do you frequent fast food restaurants or get beverages to go?  You will often receive the straw before you have the chance to say no.  Be prepared when you order to request your drink without a straw.

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At 12:22pm on February 23, 2017, Debra A Smith said…

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At 9:06am on February 23, 2017, Fiona said…

Merry Meet and I hope you're having a pleasant day. 

At 8:36am on February 23, 2017, Dragon Lady Bree said…

Merry Meet! Thank's for the friend request....B

 
 
 

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