Jueseppi B.:

Thank you Ms. Barbara for this post. We must save our children.

Originally posted on idealisticrebel:

I wonder how this works

I wonder how this works

Child's letter to President Obama about guns.

Child’s letter to President Obama about guns.

Guns instead of toys

Guns instead of toys

No guns sign

No guns sign

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Faces of the children at Sandy Hook School murdered by one lone kid.

Organization that attempts to protect children from guns.

An organization that attempts to protect children from guns.

Which sign would make you feel safe?

Which sign would make you feel safe?

Gun stats

Gun stats

So, the theory I am hearing over and over is that a gun is needed in the home for protection. Our society has degenerated to being more hate and violence than love and compassion. And especially when you have children you want to protect them. We lose children to accidents in the home every year. Accidental poisoning, dog bites, bullying, molestation, and abuse.

I believe that most people who have a gun say they are “for protection.” I understand the need to try and keep the violence away. In a home with children…

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Jueseppi B.:

This is delicious from Bell Grove Plantation…..enjoy for brunch tomorrow.

Originally posted on Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast:

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Here is a new recipe I recently tried. It is really good, but I have already thought of several ways to improve on it.

I am sharing the basic recipe now.

Once I play with the recipe and figure out what I am going to change or add, I will post the recipe with the changes.

Enjoy!

Potato and Boursin Frittata

makes 4-6 servings

Ingredients: 

  • 8 extra large Eggs
  • 1 Tablespoon Canola Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Butter
  • 2 cups freshly shredded Russet Potatoes (I used Yukon Potatoes)
  • 5 Scallions, finely chopped
  • 5-ounces Light Boursin Garlic and Herb Cheese
  • Kosher Salt and freshly Ground Black Pepper
  • Cayenne Pepper to taste (optional)

Directions:

Shred the potatoes.

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Chop the scallions using the white and green sections.

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Place an oven rack in top position and preheat the broiler.

In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs and season with salt and pepper.   

Heat the…

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Jueseppi B.:

Amen Mr. Rhett. You speak the Gospel, truth and facts.

Originally posted on Black History 360*:

What we know is killing us! To defend homes, entertain ourselves, or assert constitutional rights do we take a butter knife? Is a spoon the weapon of choice in domestic violence? Are the dark minds of spree killers filled with voices that say purchase bar-be-que forks?

gatlingThe NRA’s argument is ingenuousness. Let’s look at crime, mental health, video games, and media. They share one thing in common: when the decision is made to kill the choice of weapon will be gun.

Look at history: from fists, the knife (and knife fights) became the weapons of choice for thugs. Many of us carried a hawk bladed knife with the spring loosened so it can be popped out in a single move. But guns arrived on the scene–flooded the scene! Especially urban areas; uzis first, then MAC-10s. The NRA ignores this illegal traffic, proposes no measures to stop it, arguing only for–more…

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Jueseppi B.:

Beautiful words. Thank you Ms. Seyi Sandra David.

Originally posted on seyisandradavid:

Funny Chinese Child Playing Boy

Funny Chinese Child Playing Boy (Photo credit: epSos.de)

 If children live with
criticism, they learn to condemn.

If children live with hostility, they learn to
fight.

If children live with fear, they learn to be
apprehensive.

If children live with pity, they learn to feel
sorry for themselves.

If children live with ridicule, they learn to feel
shy.

If children live with jealousy, they learn to feel
envy.

If children live with shame, they learn to feel
guilty.

If children live with encouragement, they learn
confidence.

If children live with fairness, they

learn justice.

If children live with security, they learn

have faith.

If children live with tolerance, they learn
patience.

If children live with praise, they learn
appreciation.

If children live with acceptance, they learn to
love.

If children live with approval, they learn to like
themselves.

If children live with recognition, they learn it is
good to…

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This looks & sounds so YummY. Thank you Ms. Judy.

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