Joined 8 years ago from Southwestern New Hampshire
A M Fredenburg has been writing for publication for over 30 years, including for a variety of local newspapers and, more recently, for the Internet. She covers a wide range of topics from food, nutrition and health to finances, history and social issues. She also edits for the Catholic University of America Press, Fordham University Press, and Demand Studios. She has studied traditional Reiki at the Master level with Pat Warren of Massachusetts and Jean-Yves Esquerre of Montreal and Reiki Jin Kei Do at the Master level with Gordon and Dorothy Bell of Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. She has also studied Ensersense I and II with Warren and Esquerre.
3 years ago
"Sunday Morning Coming Down" may be Kris Kristofferson's best work -- sung by a range of artists, from Johnny Cash to Trisha Yearwood to Willie Nelson, but never better than by Kristofferson himself.
3 years ago
Square foot gardening is an easy, inexpensive organic gardening method that uses only 20 percent of the space and 10 percent of the water of a normal, single-row garden, and can be adapted for small backyards, patios and apartment balconies. The method uses four-foot-square wooden boxes, divided...
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