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Spice of Life column by Brenda Mallory for the week of July 1.
I do know many in my age bracket that take a big heap of pills. Enough that a container to organize things is needed.
Spice of Life: A topic most often ignored in polite society, but being regular is to your benefit.
My mother was right when she said healthy hair comes from what we eat.
Did you watch the Diamond Jubilee celebrations? I watched a little.
Since I’m slowly getting the hang of this new phase in my life I have to say there seem to be more questions than my mind can handle.
I wanted to tell you about the wild things that come to us at this time of the year that can be eaten, including dandelions.
It’s been one of those weeks again. Should we talk about birds or just life in general? The concepts are just a little blurred.
Talking about birds, so many reports have come in. Seems like a few warblers showing up around Smithers.
Go ahead laptop computer correct my mistakes now. You can be sure that having the birds to watch is keeping me sane.
Watching a few minutes of Dancing With the Stars I liked the dancing but wondered why very fit young men have to be hairless ?
Saw my first swallows today. They will be in the northeast soon as well. Make sure you clean the swallow boxes.
Television has become background noise for me I seldom have time to actually watch anything.
The pussy willows and the bird song confirms the season for me.
Brenda Mallory finds solace in reading notes from readers.
Lots of black-capped chickadees of late, also saw a mountain chickadee and Marilyn from Fort Nelson still has boreal chickadees.
Brenda Mallory talks about the latest bird sightings in For the Birds.
Brenda Mallory writes the Spice of Life and this week takes on reality television.
Brenda Mallory's For the Birds.
Brenda Mallory's Spice of Life