Friday, September 27, 2013

Flower Power



It's getting closer to Halloween.
You can become a real witch by visiting this blog and learning how to grow weeds in your garden to benefit your health.
http://www.drjakefelice.com/services/botanical-medicine/
botanical medicine blog posts below

Burdock – an herb to really get stuck to
Medicinal Trillium in bloom in Seattle
Thistle for your liver
Calendula for wounds, burns, bruises…. now flowering in Seattle
Mullein now in flower, Capitol Hill, Seattle Washington
Yarrow in flower in Seattle, WA
Feverfew for migraine headaches
Foxglove now in flower in Seattle
Sage tea for your sore-throat
California poppy helps you relax through coughs and colds
Anti-viral Elderberry in flower in Seattle
Comfrey in bloom at Interlaken Park in Seattle
Horsetail at Golden Garden’s State Park in Seattle
Nettles in flower at Golden Garden State Park in Seattle
Oregon grape flowering in Seattle WA

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 A lady lost her handbag in the bustle of Christmas shopping. It was found by an honest little boy and returned to her. Looking in her purse, she commented, “That’s funny. When I lost my bag there was a $100 bill in it. Now there are 100 $1 bills.” The boy quickly replied, “That’s right, lady. The last time I found a lady’s purse, she didn’t have any change for a reward.”
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 Children and Music

The Mozart Effect: Makes a child smarter and more mathematical along with a higher IQ

The Haydn Effect: Child is witty and quick on his feet, quite often bringing a grin to the faces of those around him. Despite this he exhibits remarkable humility.

The Bach Effect: Child memorizes Scripture and says his prayers every day; may overwhelm listeners with his speech.

The Handel Effect: Much like the Bach Effect; in addition, the child may exhibit dramatic behavior.

The Beethoven Effect: Child develops a superiority complex and is prone to violent tantrums; is a perfectionist.

The Liszt Effect: Child speaks rapidly and extravagantly, but never really says anything important

The Bruckner Effect: Child speaks very slowly and repeats himself frequently. Gains a reputation for profundity.

The Grieg Effect: This child is quirky yet cheery. May be prone toward Norwegian folklore.

The Wagner Effect: Child becomes a megalomaniac. Speaks for six hours at a stretch.

The Schoenberg Effect: Child never repeats a word until he has used all the other words in his vocabulary. Sometimes talk backwards or upside-down. Eventually people stop listening to him. Child blames them for their inability to understand him.

The Ives Effect: Child develops a remarkable ability to carry on several separate conversations at once.

The Stravinsky Effect: Child is prone to savage, guttural and profane outbursts that lead to fighting and pandemonium in preschool.

The Shostakovich Effect: Child only expresses themselves in parent-approved ways.

The Cage Effect: Child says exactly nothing for 4 minutes and 33 seconds. Preferred by 9 out of 10 classroom teachers.

The Glass Effect: Child repeats one word over, and over, and over, and over....


The Mozart Effect: Makes a child smarter and more mathematical along with a higher IQ

The Haydn Effect: Child is witty and quick on his feet, quite often bringing a grin to the faces of those around him. Despite this he exhibits remarkable humility.

The Bach Effect: Child memorizes Scripture and says his prayers every day; may overwhelm listeners with his speech.

The Handel Effect: Much like the Bach Effect; in addition, the child may exhibit dramatic behavior.

The Beethoven Effect: Child develops a superiority complex and is prone to violent tantrums; is a perfectionist.

The Liszt Effect: Child speaks rapidly and extravagantly, but never really says anything important

The Bruckner Effect: Child speaks very slowly and repeats himself frequently. Gains a reputation for profundity.

The Grieg Effect: This child is quirky yet cheery. May be prone toward Norwegian folklore.

The Wagner Effect: Child becomes a megalomaniac. Speaks for six hours at a stretch.

The Schoenberg Effect: Child never repeats a word until he has used all the other words in his vocabulary. Sometimes talk backwards or upside-down. Eventually people stop listening to him. Child blames them for their inability to understand him.

The Ives Effect: Child develops a remarkable ability to carry on several separate conversations at once.

The Stravinsky Effect: Child is prone to savage, guttural and profane outbursts that lead to fighting and pandemonium in preschool.

The Shostakovich Effect: Child only expresses themselves in parent-approved ways.

The Cage Effect: Childs says exactly nothing for 4 minutes and 33 seconds. Preferred by 9 out of 10 classroom teachers.

The Glass Effect: Child repeats one word over, and over, and over, and over....

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Have A Zipidee Week end.!!!

8 comments:

Gattina said...


These are also adult effects ! I know a few who have several of them, lol !

I didn't quite understand your comment on my Brussels without car post.

"Too bad Mr G is missing it all.These are nice memories you could have together." He doesn't miss anything because he never wants to go out, lol !

"Do you not have the electric cars?
Here every one is driving them but even with a nice wheel chair he should be fine. This way he can walk and sit".
Of course we have electric cars and I ordered now a Toyota Hybrid,but what has the wheelchair to do with it ? Mr. G still drives his car and walks (if he is not too lazy) !

A Lady's Life said...

look at my blog:
Now it may be slow but nice

This is not a car. I wish I had one to drive cause they are so much fun.

Gattina said...

Of course our hospitals are open too but only the emergency service. When you have an appointment for a surgery the reception opens at 7 am. These security measures have been taken because everybody could go in and out and steal things in the rooms. There was even a young guy of 20 who raped old grandmas of 80 /90, lol ! Of course I could have stayed the whole day in his room. But I went there when he was coming back from the surgery secton.

A Lady's Life said...

Gattina Wow! Times sure have changed.
But I can see things being stolen.
Every day we go out and see just how much
society is going down. But then you keep having hope in the good people.
People who can say NO. People who say we have to go and take a few steps back,to when a mans word meant something.

Margie said...

Very interesting about children and music and cute story about the boy finding the handbag
Smiles

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Margie

Sandy Carlson said...

thanks for all that info and for the inspiring image!

A Lady's Life said...

Welcome Sandy