The most common sources of inspiration include: our experiences and personalities, children, family, pets, friends, conversations, television, newspapers, books etc.
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Secret number one; freshness. Once upon a time, truly fresh ingredients in the kitchen were more a matter of luck than design. In medieval times, food was heavily spiced for two reasons; one so that the founder of the feast could really impress his guests with his conspicuous wealth and two, so that his guests wouldn’t know how rotten the food they were eating really was. It took the Renaissance – and an Italian cook – to drag the culinary world out of the dark ages of disguising bad food into the light of freshness.
In our case, we have a full-grown seven pound Maltese. The breed developed as personal companionship including travel. Small, smart, easy to train (if done early) and deposed to use absorbent pads for relief of all body needs. Dog walks done for fun not for release periods for the pet.
Got to have at least one U2 song on here and this one is perfect for Earth Day. After all these years and a new album just released (“No Line On The Horizon”), it is more than clear that this band never ever phones it in. While a song like this may seem corny or overly sentimental in just about anyone else’s hands, U2 turns it into one of their most thrilling and uplifting songs. Indeed, some days you just cannot let get away. This is especially the case for Earth Day.
It was not clear if Rihanna had replaced Carey as a guest mentor/judge or if someone else did. Carey had been scheduled to assist Cowell in choosing which “X Factor” U.S. contestants would become finalists.
I know how that “wishing in one hand and crapping in the other” thing works out. And nope, I did not read Marx to learn that. Oh, I have read good ol’ Karl for sure, but common sense taught me the realities. Marx taught me how to dream the impossible dream. Mom told me to keep my head in the game. Ya know, Momma only had the one child. She had more than sufficient time to make sure he wasn’t hoping to ride the Unicorn across the rainbow of love.