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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Cyndi Roberts 
 Article Title :: Growing Your Own Herbs for Tea
If you love herbal teas, as I do, you know they are just a little bit pricey. However, growing your own herbs is easy and so much fun! Here are just a few of the herbs you might want to consider for a tea garden: Chamomile: Remember the favorite tea of Peter Rabbit? Only the flowers of this fragrant herb are used when making tea. Chamomile tea can be enjoyed by itself or you might enjoy adding mint or lemon verbena. Lemon Balm: This herb is lemony with a touch of mint and makes a soothing cup of tea. It's easy to grow (almost too easy) so remember to keep it clipped back. Lemon Verbena: An excellent herb to grow in a sunny spot, it makes a delicious tea. You might try combining it   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Judi Singleton 
 Article Title :: Balm of Gilead
Balm of Gilead (Cedronella canariensis) Jeremiah 46:11 Go up to Gilead and take balm, O virgin, the daughter of Egypt; In vain you will use many medicines; You shall not be cured. Words & Music: African-American spiritual. There is a balm in Gilead To make the wounded whole; There is a balm in Gilead To heal the sin sick soul. Some times I feel discouraged, And think my work’s in vain, But then the Holy Spirit Revives my soul again. There is a balm in Gilead To make the wounded whole; There is a balm in Gilead To heal the sin sick soul. If you can’t preach like Peter, If you can’t pray like Paul, Just tell the love of Jesus, And say He died for all. There is a balm in Gilea  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Carolyn Beale 
 Article Title :: Celebrate Your Senses: An Evening Scented Garden
You have permission to publish this article electronically or in print, free of charge, as long as the signature box is included. Courtesy copy requested. Word Count: 735. For those who are new to the pleasure of growing, welcome. My fellow Northern-hemisphere gardeners are celebrating the promise of spring on our doorsteps... "Before me, may it be delightful. Behind me, may it be delightful. Around me, may it be delightful. Below me, may it be delightful. Above me, may it be delightful. All, may it be delightful." -- Navajo prayer This is an ideal time to curl up with some full-color seed catalogues (virtual or real) and create your "ideal garden" plan for the year. And don't let small  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Michael Setz 
 Article Title :: Buying the Right Guitar
Buying the Right Guitar By Michael Setz www.guitars-on-line.com Buying the right guitar can be a lot more difficult than it seems. That's because there are a lot of them to choose from; electric, acoustic, classical, folk, hollow body, semi-hollow body, solid body, 12-string, and 7 string just to name the more common ones. Which one is right for you? First, it will be important for you to know the type of music you are interested in playing. If you are only interested in screaming solos, you could probably just focus on an electric guitar. If you like playing folk music, a steel string acoustic would be an excellent choice. What about Classical and finger picking? A Classical guitar is def  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Neil Street 
 Article Title :: Collecting Antique Maps - A Beginner's Guide
California wasn’t always attached to the west coast of the North American continent. It used to be an island. At least, that’s what mapmakers, mostly European, believed for about 100 years, from around 1650 to 1750. So that’s how they drew it on their maps. The “Island of California,” as it is commonly called, is just one of the innumerable collecting niches that are possible in the increasingly popular field of antique map collecting. Antique map collecting is a tradition that goes back hundreds of years, which is perhaps one reason why there is such an enormous amount of material, from the affordable to the prohibitively expensive, in circulation today. Two reasons for the popu  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: tamara stevens, BA 
 Article Title :: help share your passion about letter writing
The unwritten “reality” of letter writing You may wonder why I have chosen this title of this post. Well from my experience is that it is really hard to put the feeling into words about what letter writing means to me. Letter writing is becoming a lost art on many levels. It is fading into the background of society. It is still practised by many people. It is those people that I am looking to connect with. I have been told by many people whom have read my posts that they feel the same way about letter writing as I do. I want to hear from those people what they feel; I want to hear their words. I think that it is so important that we embrace the things that we are passionate about. In t  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Astrid Bullen 
 Article Title :: Monsters and Demons: A Short History of the Horror Film
Going to the movies may not seem like a novel way for little kids to spend an afternoon. But have you ever brought your child to see a Disney flick and ended up viewing trailers for Jeepers Creepers 2 or Freddie vs. Jason? When this happened in a Birmingham, Alabama cinema last year, parents became concerned about what the main attraction would be. But before the managers at the cinema could turn off the previews, the main attraction came on, and it wasn’t Piglet. Instead they were presented with the gruesome opening of Wrong Turn, an 18-rated slasher flick in much the same vein as the previews. Is there a more genre more criticized than the horror film? Not bloody likely. There’s the   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: michelle gauthier 
 Article Title :: Preserved Flower Candles
Preserved Flower Candles Putting flowers in your candle will add a unique look, while preserving your favorite flower. Written by Expressive Candles We have been asked many times, how to put flowers and other objects on the outside of a candle. So, we'll be showing you how it is done. The most important thing to remember is to be safe. Putting anything on your candle such as paint, dried flowers, ribbon and other objects, pose a fire risk. While this is unlikely to happen with this project, we need to warn you before hand. We do not recommend burning any candle that has flammable material on it. To start with, you will need a few supplies. First and the most important is a big pillar candle  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Andy White 
 Article Title :: Secrets of Coffee Roasting, De-Mystified
I started my coffee roasting career as a home roaster. Getting started was easier than I thought. And as I did so, it occured to me how a relatively simple concept, roasting coffee beans, has been made to appear to be an arcane art, with a variety of roast types held out as arcane knowledge. How many different names have you run across for different types of coffee roasts? Light, Medium, Dark? Espresso? Continental? Vienna, French, Italian, Spanish? City? Full-City? C'mon, who's thinking up these things? Well, the dark secret (pardon the pun) of the coffee industry is that, well, there really isn't full agreement on which roast is which. So basically, we all pretty much get to hunt around  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: michelle gauthier 
 Article Title :: Jar Lid and Jar Candle Decoration
Jar Lid and Jar Candle Decoration Create a personal look to your Jar candle and Jar lid Written by Expressive Candles Supplies Needed: Most items can be found around the house or in a craft store. Jar Candle with lid - with removable plastic bottom Craft Glue Paint Scissors Decorating Candle Jars and Lids is a fun and easy project for all ages. You can use many different craft items to embellish your jar and lid. If you are really creative, you could even make a snow globe out of the lid. But we are going to go over a few inexpensive ideas to turn your Jar into an attractive looking and still functional decoration. Most jar lids come with a plastic under cap, which can be taken off by a s  (read full article)
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