Monthly Archives: May 2010

Happenings at my Home

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For Mothers Day, I made my Mom this bag.  It was my first non-dress/nightgown.  I lined it with    lime green.  I think it turned out great.  I am going to have to make myself one too!

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Addison wanted a garden of her own.  So here it is, there are two of these raised planters.  There is one on each side of her playhouse.  She has pink flowers and red/green peppers growing right now.

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My garden has been changed over to raised beds this year as well.  In this picture I have spinach, lettuce, and arugula.  So far I am loving the beds.

So far I have sowed/planted

lettuce                   arugula

spinach                  bok choy

carrots                   onions

potatoes                garlic

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The Strawberries are flowering.

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Mommy and Addi’s watering cans.

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The Crabapple looks beautiful.

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The Beautiful Truth

Have you seen it?

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The Beautiful Truth is a movie about a 15-year-old boy who wants to find out more about a doctor and his claims of curing cancer.
Dr. Max Gerson claims to have found an alternative way to treat diseases in the 1920’s.  Cameras follow the boy as he proceeds to find out as much as he can about the “cure” for numerous diseases.

The Gerson Therapy is a safe, natural treatment developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1920’s that uses organic foods, juicing, coffee enemas, detoxification and natural supplements to activate the body’s ability to heal itself.  Over the past 60 years, thousands of people have used the Gerson Therapy to recover from so-called “incurable” diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.

For me the movie was a little hard to follow, but not hard enough to lose my interest.  It left me wanting to know more about the actual “Gerson method” of curing cancer and other diseases.  I thought it was insightful and it really did make sense.  So go ahead and watch it, I would love to hear your input on this one.

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