Kimberly

In response to: Another Rudd Connection

Kimberly [Visitor]
Sometimes we find connections just by happenstance. If you hadn't followed that link, you would not have discovered this bit of information.
 Permalink 08/30/16 @ 01:35
Catherine

In response to: The Haunting of Lock 49 East

Catherine [Visitor]
I come to this park a lot and I have never felt something so tense. Specially at night in the heritage center.
 Permalink 08/18/16 @ 00:45
John Ciprian

In response to: Cemetery Ghosts: Johnny Morehouse and His Dog

John Ciprian [Visitor]
Mr. Livingston, Thank you for a very informative article with information that I have not seen elsewhere. I wrote a song about Johnny and his dog that is posted on YouTube and SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/user-482936990/johnny-morehouse I appreciate knowing the date since I was striving for accuracy in attempting to fill in the missing details of what occurred. I stand corrected in describing the water as "cold." If you are inclined to link to the song from your site that would be fine. John
 Permalink 07/30/16 @ 04:17
Kimberly

In response to: Easy-to-Make: Paper Mache Briquettes

Kimberly [Visitor]
Great idea. I know another use of these briquettes; they would be great to take on camping trips. Many parks won't let you bring in firewood claiming that it transports insects. So instead of buying expensive firewood at the parks, just bring along these briquettes for the campfires. They would probably make great firestarters as well.
 Permalink 09/26/15 @ 00:31
Alyse

In response to: Wild Irises of Texas

Alyse [Visitor]
Iris giganticaerulea is not a native of Texas. According to the USDA plant list (http://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=IRGI), this iris is only found in Louisiana.
 Permalink 03/10/15 @ 15:58
Ronald Howard Livingston

In response to: Native Plums in Bloom

admin [Member]
Yes, the sweet fragrance of these blooms fills the air throughout the vicinity of the trees. I made jam year before last from the fruit from these trees. It was easy to do and the jam was delicious.
 Permalink 02/22/15 @ 19:02
Ronald Howard Livingston

In response to: The Cow Slobber Are in Bloom Again!

admin [Member]
Thank you, Kimberly. This particular species grows throughout much of Texas and in southern Oklahoma.
 Permalink 02/22/15 @ 18:57
Kimberly

In response to: Native Plums in Bloom

Kimberly [Visitor]
Plums are one of my favourite spring bloomers. The fragrance is so wonderful; not to mention the beauty of the flowers and the wonderful jam one can make with the fruit.
 Permalink 02/21/15 @ 05:10
Kimberly

In response to: The Cow Slobber Are in Bloom Again!

Kimberly [Visitor]
Those are so pretty. What is the growing range of these flowers?
 Permalink 02/21/15 @ 05:06
Kimberly

In response to: Candied Tangerine Peels

Kimberly [Visitor]
This is a great article, clear precise directions and the photos help to illustrate the steps needed to make the candied tangerine peels. I don't have tangerine trees here but I intend to purchase some tangerines so I can try this recipe. Thanks for sharing this.
 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 17:38
Mer

In response to: The Haunting of Lock 49 East

Mer [Visitor]
"Hell hath no fury..." Must be fury or something that could make a woman go out of her mind and hold down her children like that.
 Permalink 07/24/14 @ 07:17
Mer

In response to: Maypops (Passiflora incarnata)

Mer [Visitor]
Love passion fruit. I didn't know it could grow in the continental US.
 Permalink 07/24/14 @ 07:14
Augie Doggy

In response to: The Haunting of Lock 49 East

Augie Doggy [Visitor]
I spent some time in that part of the world -- didn't run across and ghosts though.
 Permalink 07/16/14 @ 22:25
Kimberly

In response to: Maypops (Passiflora incarnata)

Kimberly [Visitor]
Beautiful flowers and I have tasted these maypops.
 Permalink 07/02/14 @ 22:35
Kimberly

In response to: Wild Irises of Texas

Kimberly [Visitor]
Some of the cultivars of irises are done with the intent of increasing the bloom size. I have some breaded irises that are prone to bending and breaking; especially during rain storms. These wild irises prove that bigger is not always better as they are very pretty.
 Permalink 04/16/14 @ 00:51
Caroline

In response to: Wild Irises of Texas

caroline [Member]
These are beautiful flowers; I like the diffences compared to bearded irises. I wonder if I could transplant these to my gardens? What sort of soil do they require?
 Permalink 04/16/14 @ 00:34
Augie Doggy

In response to: Trick or Treat!

Augie Doggy [Visitor]
Get a life, Dude.
 Permalink 10/26/13 @ 13:57
Augie Doggy

In response to: Lucky Peas for a New Year

Augie Doggy [Visitor]
That was interesting. In my family, black eyed peas were regular fare, but I never paid much attention to how they were cooked or even if they were cooked, as opposed to being poured from a can into a pan. In recent years, I've tried to cook them myself, with varying degrees of good and bad luck.
 Permalink 08/03/13 @ 09:56
Augie Doggy

In response to: Native Plums

Augie Doggy [Visitor]
I wandered in from your link on Google+, but I think I already commented, plussed and liked on one of the other 92 sites. I suppose if we were younger the variety would be exciting, but sometimes it "plum" tuckers me out.
 Permalink 08/01/13 @ 22:38
Augie Doggy

In response to: Turk's Caps

Augie Doggy [Visitor]
Hmmm, I'll have to check this out to see if it will grow in Colorado.
 Permalink 06/08/13 @ 15:28
Kimberly

In response to: Lucky Peas for a New Year

Kimberly [Visitor]
What a great article. Thank you so much for writing and sharing the history of black-eyed peas and how the tradition of eating them for good luck on New Year's Day got started.
 Permalink 01/02/13 @ 22:17
Lilly

In response to: What to Do for the Sleep You Deserve

Lilly [Visitor]
It's hard to find educated people in this particular subject, however, you sound like you know what you're talking about! Thanks
 Permalink 09/18/12 @ 23:33
Rei

In response to: A Word on Freedom

Rei [Visitor]
I think it is difficult to have the means to be able to run for a prominent office without having sold one's loyalty to the highest bidder.
 Permalink 09/14/12 @ 02:21
Mary R.

In response to: Virtual Graveyards

Mary R. [Visitor]
Some one told me they like http://billiongraves.com/ better for posting but I have not figured out how to search and find things there yet. I haven't spent a lot of time there yet though.
 Permalink 09/04/12 @ 13:44
Augie Doggy

In response to: A Nifty Site!

Augie Doggy [Visitor]
I have a bunch of interesting grave site pictures. This goes on my list of things to do. I wish my list were shorter.
 Permalink 09/02/12 @ 13:25
nook color rooted

In response to: From Plastic and Biomass Refuse to Oil

nook color rooted [Visitor]
Why viewers still make use of to read news papers when in this technological world the whole thing is presented on net?
 Permalink 07/08/12 @ 18:59
cannabis videos

In response to: Toulouse Goose, a la Seuss

cannabis videos [Visitor]
Hi! I could have sworn I've been to this blog before but after going through a few of the articles I realized it's new to me. Anyhow, I'm certainly delighted I found it and I'll be book-marking it and checking back regularly!
 Permalink 06/24/12 @ 18:24
Justus  Kai

In response to: What to Do for the Sleep You Deserve

Justus Kai [Visitor]
if you don?t get at least 7-9 hours of sleep per night, any persistent feelings tiredness is most likely due to not getting enough sleep on a regular basis, rather than having too much REM. Although some people can ?get by? on less than 7 hours of sleep?or think that they can ?get by?? it?s not sustainable. The human body pays a heavy toll in the long-run, including higher risks for heart disease and diabetes and a decrease in cognitive abilities. If it?s work that?s keeping you up, strongly consider making sleep a higher priority, one way or another.
 Permalink 01/19/12 @ 06:25
ldavis

In response to: From Plastic and Biomass Refuse to Oil

ldavis [Visitor]
Yeah this has become totally normal now. Recently I saw some pieces on shows like CNN and the journal with Joan Lunden on PBS that were talking about issues and solutions for industrial recycling. This kind of thing takes it to the next level.
 Permalink 09/16/11 @ 15:19
Peter Gruwell

In response to: What to Do for the Sleep You Deserve

Peter Gruwell [Visitor]
In my opinion too many people take sleep for granted. It is usually low on the priority list when there is a time crunch and something has to go. As hard as it is to believe some people are too lazy to go to bed at night. We should make sleep a higher priority because it helps us do more during the times we are awake.
 Permalink 08/16/11 @ 13:11
Rei

In response to: Sleep: Staying Friends With the Sandman

Rei [Visitor]
Ron, I can't get to your Multiply page! Anyway, I read the article you linked to, and it seems as though it's not that soy products are processed with msg, but that msg is a by-product of hydrolysis of soy protein. I am guessing that glutamic acid is a component of soy proteins, and that when the protein is hydrolized, it breaks down into the glutamate salt. End effect is the same, but the process is different.
 Permalink 07/12/11 @ 00:48
rei

In response to: Welcome to "De Omnis"

rei [Visitor]
"I prefer the 'just the facts' treatment because all so often the facts themselves are what makes a subject so interesting" Haha, I always think that facts can vary based on perspective. Best of luck on your new venture. By the way, given that I had to give an Algebra lesson in an office skills course I taught, it is quite possible that some non-spammers won't be able to solve your anti-spam equation!
 Permalink 06/11/11 @ 01:13

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