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Today's #quotable from #saimariejohnson #limitations #letnobodydefineyou#defineyourlimits #breaktheboundaries #believeachieve #inspireaspire #justdoit#standupforwhatyoubelievein #bethechangeyouwanttosee #authorsaimarie#positivemantras #influentialdecisions #selfmade #builtforsuccess

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photo 2015-07-11 16:54

Dreams can Become a Reality! Recognize your Potential even when Everyone around You doubts it!!!

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text 2014-12-04 15:15
YES!!! I'VE DONE IT!!!!!




I finished it!!!!!




I can't believe it. I am DONE!





Feeling awesome right now. Freakn achievement, I tell ya. 


I shall do write my rant review soon. 

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review 2014-11-03 06:30
The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms by Amy Stewart
The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms - Amy Stewart
bookshelves: autumn-2014, nonfiction, fraudio, gardening, published-2004, under-1000-ratings, environmental-issues, entomology, nature, sciences, darwinism-evolution
Recommended to ☯Bettie☯ by: Sylvester
Read from April 15 to November 02, 2014


Six hours.

Description: In The Earth Moved, Amy Stewart takes us on a journey through the underground world and introduces us to one of its most amazing denizens. The earthworm may be small, spineless, and blind, but its impact on the ecosystem is profound. It ploughs the soil, fights plant diseases, cleans up pollution, and turns ordinary dirt into fertile land. Who knew?

In her witty, offbeat style, Stewart shows that much depends on the actions of the lowly worm. Charles Darwin devoted his last years to the meticulous study of these creatures, praising their remarkable abilities. With the august scientist as her inspiration, Stewart investigates the worm's subterranean realm, talks to oligochaetologists—the unsung heroes of earthworm science—who have devoted their lives to unearthing the complex life beneath our feet, and observes the thousands of worms in her own garden. From the legendary giant Australian worm that stretches to ten feet in length to the modest nightcrawler that wormed its way into the heart of Darwin's last book to the energetic red wigglers in Stewart's compost bin, The Earth Moved gives worms their due and exposes their hidden and extraordinary universe. This book is for all of us who appreciate Mother Nature's creatures, no matter how humble.

Not this, no, Amy Stewart is the one with the REAL nightcrawlers. M used to have a worm farm on the island of the life before, maybe it is time he had one again. As we were listening through this, we found it very tempting to set one up.

oligochaetologists - who knew that!?

Nobody likes me
Everybody hates me
Guess I'll go eat worms!
Long Ones
Short Ones
Skinny Ones
Fat Ones
Guess I'll go eat worms!

Three wiggly worms as rating:
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url 2014-09-07 16:41
Another year, another birthday

calendarAnd yet another reminder that I haven’t achieved as much as I wanted to by this age. Not even close.


Career, job, husband, children?


None of the above.


But I’m not alone. The global recession seems to have stalled many a young person on the rites of passage road to achievement.


I’ve seen far too many news articles telling stories of young people killing themselves over the lack of a job and everything else it can bring, like a home, a partner, children and pets.


Continue reading 

Source: literaryames.wordpress.com/2014/09/01/another-year-another-birthday
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