Sunday’s flowers remind us to visit The Hunger Site Michael Norton in his book 365 Days to Change the World reminds us to visit the Hunger Site to which more than 200 million visitors gave more than 300 million cups … Continue reading Sunday’s flowers suggest you visit The Hunger Site…..
David Essex’s High-speed Vegetable Crunch recipe! Living Without Cruelty offers you this exotic and very tasty recipe for a Vegetable Crunch! David Essex musician and actor makes this quick and easy fry up which is perfect after a busy day! … Continue reading Sunday’s flowers admire David Essex’s vegetable crunch for a Living Without Cruelty dinner!
Sunday’s Flowers and their Health Nuggets! Eating vegetables raw is considered to be a good choice. But when it comes to carrots, it is better to have them cooked. Carrots are a better source of beta-carotene (made into vitamin A … Continue reading Sunday’s flowers & Health Nuggets!
Green tips for babies Skip the talcum powder for baby! The good smell we get after powdering a baby’s skin with talcum is very cheering. But powder is the last thing you should use for your baby. It can cause … Continue reading Sunday’s flowering paragraphs…tell to skip the talcum powder for your baby!
Keep greenfly away from houseplants by burying a clove of garlic in the soil. Standing the pot on a mirror is supposed to discourage greenfly! from: Good Housekeeping Household Hints Continue reading Sunday’s Flowers give you a small tip:
Sunday’s flowers admire those who say no to perfumes that stink of insane cruelty to animals! Many perfumes today are still made with Civet extracted from the civet cat, which is snared or netted in Ethiopia or kept in cruel … Continue reading Sunday’s flowers admire those who stop using cruelly made perfumes!
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