Two Solstices

Both pictures were taken from the same hilltop six-months apart. When combined, the pictures show how the sun moves from southeast in December to the northeast in summer. Sunrise: Summer Solstice June 21, 2019 Sunrise: Winter Solstice December 21, 2018


“You were on the phone for quite a while,” Honey exclaimed as Rory walked into the front office. He nodded, chuckling, but didn’t offer an explanation. “Well, what’s her name?” The beautiful twenty-two-year-old was insistent. Honey was 5 ft 8 inches tall and had curly blonde hair. Her sea-green colored eyes and her freckled face were the first things you noticed about her. She had been working as Rory’s office manager and assistant for just over three years. “Selena, Selena Gomes,” Rory replied. Doc Rory Evans, a young, sturdily built man a few inches shy of six feet tall with sand-colored hair, wore a mustache he thought made him look older and more distinguished. His manner was sometimes g

Kitty Distemper: Panleukopenia

This blog is based on Dr. Karen Becker's wonderful vidoe. Here's the link: https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/11/06/feline-panleukopenia-virus.aspx Feline panleukopenia virus, often shortened to FPV, goes by several other names, including feline infectious enteritis, feline parvo, and most commonly, feline distemper. The disease does not occur in dogs. The feline panleukopenia virus is ubiquitous, which means it’s present everywhere in the environment, and it’s extremely stable so the organism can live for years in contaminated environments, and can survive freezing temperatures as well as treatment with common disinfectants such as alcohol and iodine. A mixture o

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