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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Underwater Harvesting

Many lakes around the world stand sprawling underwater forests.
Underwater Harvesting
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Quote by ~Pablo Picasso
Are we the paint what's on the face,What's inside the face
or what's behihd it?

Facts Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881, in the city of Malaga in Spain.
According to his mother, his first words were ‘piz piz’, which meant pencil in Spanish.
During World War II, Picasso who resided in Paris then was banned from exhibiting his art as his art forms did not confirm to the Nazi views on art.
Paintings rendered in shades of blue and green characterize the Blue Period of Pablo Picasso's works. A stark use of color, gloom and blindness were some of the features of Picasso's paintings of the Blue period. The Rose Period bore paintings rendered in cheerful colors like pink and orange. Many of his paintings of the Rose period depicted his warm relationship with Fernande Olivier. Picasso's paintings of the African-influenced period show an influence of the African artifacts. Cubism reflects the use of monochrome brownish and neutral colors.

Wax on your dust pan. The dirt,dust bunnies will slid right off.
Lubricate Measuring Cups and Spoons. Rub or spray olive oil on your measuring tools for easy clean-up of sticky substances like honey, grain mustards, and sugar syrups,.
Shoe polish. Rub down your shoes with just a spray of olive oil to maintain their shine.Cure diaper rash. Gently wipe on olive oil to your baby’s bottom to help with the irritation of diaper rash.
Remove paint from your skin. Rub on olive oil onto messy hand and arms (or faces) and allow the oil to soak into the skin for five minutes, then rinse with soap and water.

Chinese Fried Rice
2 oz Pork, chopped or cut into 2 inch strips
1/2 cup Fresh or frozen peas (if peas are fresh, chill first)
1 tsp Salt
2 tbsp soy sauce
4 tbsp Oil, preferably peanut
2 Eggs; lightly beaten
2 cup Long-Grain Rice, cooked, preferable day old
4 oz Fresh Bean sprouts
1. Heat wok or a dry skillet, when pan starts smoking, spread peanut oil into pan.
2. Add beaten eggs, cook, stirring constantly. Remove from wok and set aside.
3. Pour off all but 2 tablespoons of oil from the wok.
4. Add rice, pork and peas and stir-fry for about 2 minutes.
5. Pour in soy sauce, stir-fry for another minute.6. Return the cooked eggs to the wok.
Stir-fry just until eggs are re-heated, about 1 minute.Serves 4
Note: Although freshly cooked rice can be used, day-old rice gives a much better dish. Fresh rice will produce a somewhat sticky, lumpy fried rice.

Crafts & tutorials
Grow some upside down Tomatoes

Woven button Coasters tutorial

These buckets are decorated with children's book illustrations and pom-pom trim.
For easter too!

Stumpwork Snail Tutorial

Cross stitch free patterns

Egg Bouquet

Hankie bunnies

Enjoy your day,Lord Bless you!

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