The American Civil War was a turning point in the history of medicine. Many of the advancements made during the war influenced modern medical practices. Those ideas are still relevant today such as a structured ambulance, on-site response team, and a hospital system. At the beginning of the war, there wasn’t a system to transport…Read more »
Woodland Park Zoo
Walked along the gardens in Lakewold. I expected more, but what I saw was appealing.
Biden, Trump, and Lincoln
I was reading from a historical book, The Impeding Crisis by David Potter and found something quite similar to Trump’s ideals. It made me wonder if Trump’s cohorts used this material. It stated: Another point of danger was the national capital itself. Lincoln’s sense of being the target of a conspiracy was no doubt enhanced…Read more »
Creep Through the Exotic Plant Shop
I saw this plant shop hidden behind vegetation and decided to check it out. It had some great statues up to the path of the shop. I bought a Spring Fling plant which has pink flowers and big leaves.
Pioneer Square of downtown Seattle in 1915
Easter Dessert In a Flowerpot
Pashka is a Russian dessert during Easter time. It’s made in a flowerpot. At serving time it’s unmolded and decorated with flowers and Easter eggs. Ingredients: 5 eggs, 2 cups sugar, 1 tsp. vanilla, 2 pkg. 8 oz. of cream cheese, 1 stick of butter, 1/2 cup raisins plus 1/2 cup golden raisins, 1/2 cup…Read more »
My Little Guy
My dog, Joey loves this soft ball my daughter gave him. He even took a nap with his paw over the ball. His security.
The Power of Folate
B vitamins are important for energy and nerve health. The most famous of them is Folic Acid that obstetricians recommend to pregnant women to help with the spinal development in fetuses. New scientific evidence has shown that it also helps your brain. Researchers found in a clinical study that folate levels were reduced in people…Read more »