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  • Send Flowers is the debut album release from Black Lungs, the side project of Alexisonfire guitarist and backing vocalist Wade MacNeil. MacNeil's sound has been described as "the soundtrack for punk rockers, hip hoppers, pill poppers, young ladies and show stoppers."
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  • The capital of the province of Alberta, in western Canada, on the North Saskatchewan River; pop. 703,070
  • the capital of the province of Alberta
  • Edmonton can refer to a number of places: * Edmonton, Alberta, Canada * Edmonton Capital Region, Canada * Edmonton, London, United Kingdom ** Edmonton (hundred), an ancient hundred in north Middlesex ** Municipal Borough of Edmonton, a local government (1850-1965)
  • Edmonton was an ancient hundred in the north of the county of Middlesex, England. Its former area has been mostly absorbed by the growth of London and it now corresponds to the London Borough of Enfield and parts of the London Borough of Barnet and London Borough of Haringey in Greater London
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Send Me No Flowers
Send Me No Flowers
Rachel Grant has had it with Valentine's Day!
No wonder she and her other single girlfriends call it Black Sunday! The pressure of being a couple on Valentine's Day can send people over the edge. As a therapist she knows all about it. So Rachel decides to organize a boycott. And soon everyone is taking sides in Love, Michigan—the town that celebrates Valentine's best!
The town council thinks that if Rachel had a valentine she'd have a change of heart, so they send out their best weapon—sexy bachelor mayor Drew Lavery. He expects a kook, but finds a charming and beautiful woman who makes his own heart beat faster. Now he wants to make her his valentine for real, but Rachel is convinced he's more liar than lover….

Rachel Grant has had it with Valentine's Day!
No wonder she and her other single girlfriends call it Black Sunday! The pressure of being a couple on Valentine's Day can send people over the edge. As a therapist she knows all about it. So Rachel decides to organize a boycott. And soon everyone is taking sides in Love, Michigan—the town that celebrates Valentine's best!
The town council thinks that if Rachel had a valentine she'd have a change of heart, so they send out their best weapon—sexy bachelor mayor Drew Lavery. He expects a kook, but finds a charming and beautiful woman who makes his own heart beat faster. Now he wants to make her his valentine for real, but Rachel is convinced he's more liar than lover….

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The Texture and Color of Fear!
The Texture and Color of Fear!
Mama’s Wet Bloomers - How I spent my 4th of July! Mama’s bloomers got wet yesterday. And Mama was very scared. Mama was wondering if it would be her last day on this earth… ~~~ I am one of the head admins of Mama’s Bloomers, here on Flickr. One of our recent contests was called, “Mama’s Wet Bloomers,” a play on flowers with droplets of water. I am kind of the Mama of Mama’s, but in my other life, I am a children’s entertainer…I make balloon animals. And I wear a costume that includes a pair of wide blue satin pants that could be referred to as “bloomers.” Here is my tale of how I spent my 4th of July, in a faraway place called Canada…in a faraway village called Wabamun. In a place where I thought I was going to die. ~~~~ Gotta tell you that yesterday was a very scary day for me. I went out of town to do balloon animals for a family carnival. Yes, I am a children's entertainer. There I was, twisting animals for 4 hours, when I saw the sky change. Now I know skies. I lived through a day back in 1987, when a tornado left 22 people dead. Believe me, I know skies. When angry clouds gather and rush across the sky, darken, hang low, and take on a green tinge, I know trouble is coming. Those kinds of clouds mean snow, or heavy hail, or worse, a tornado. However, while I advised the kids and parents in the line-up that bad weather was ahead, instead of quitting, I continued to twist. Then it happened. Things got too calm, the wind got too cool, and the lightning too close. I told the people in my line-up that I was done. No more balloon animals. That's when the first hailstone hit my head. I raced to repack my gear...this normally takes about 10 minutes. But I was stuffing everything away in under 2 minutes. More hail...and I grabbed what I could and ran. Towards a nearby gazebo. Someone else came along and grabbed more of my gear. Just as I set my foot inside the gazebo, the skies opened and a torrent of rain, and more hail than I have seen in my life poured from the sky. It cracked against the roof, and the ground, and hit the people inside the gazebo like tiny bullets. I stood helplessly. I was so wet. I was so cold. I was so scared. It seemed to let up for a moment but it was only gathering strength. Then the worst thing happened. The wind came up. I know that kind of wind. I knew we were in trouble. I wanted to run, to find some low ground, some shelter from possible tornado force winds, but the hail was coming down so thickly that it was impossible to see. The wind whipped through the gazebo, and though I searched, I could see nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide. Was I going to die here? I didn't want to die here. I remembered the news stories after the 1987 tornado hit. They called it, “Black Friday.” Was that how it was going to be? Was I going to be a name in a newspaper story? The hail now turned upon us like shrapnel. The wind drove the icy pellets into our skin. We had no protection; the gazebo was open on all sides. I had my Blackberry in my hand. David, my husband, was back in Edmonton running a huge function. We were actually married on Black Friday. What irony, I thought. What irony. I had no idea what my life was going to be like in the next few minutes, so I thought I had better send him a message. I couldn't remember how to text him. I fumbled with the buttons, and finally managed to send a message, in spite of my freezing fingers, in spite of the water that coated my Blackberry, in spite of my fear. "I think I am in the middle of a tornado," I typed. I was so wet. I was so cold. I was so scared. I stood helplessly, and waited for the worst. The wind increased and we tried to shield ourselves from the machine-gun spatter of the hail. That’s when I caught sight of the street. It was a river! And it was rising! The racing water was now half way up the tires of the cars on the street near us. My car was about 100 feet away. My Magnum is a low-rider, and I knew I had to brave the storm to get to her, and move her, or the water might come up too high. Affect the brakes, or worse, the engine. Or even worse, flood the entire car. And then how would I get home? I was an hour away from my home. I prayed for the hail to stop. That it hurt didn't matter as much as knowing that I needed to get to my car. The hail slowed its pace, and I turned to my best friend, Marilyn, a face painter, who was also working the job, and said I was going to run for it. And I ran. The hail stung. I put my arm above my head to protect it. I thanked God that the stones weren't the size of golf balls. I wondered how I'd look unconscious on the ground in a pile of hail stones. Kind of funny, I thought. And I ran. Water soaked my clothes, my blue bloomers, my shoes. I was running through puddles way above my ankles, but I had to make it to my car. It was like looking through frosted glass, the hail was coming down so thi
Herbal Facial Steam and Eye Treatment - All skin types by MisticalAcScents.etsy.com
Herbal Facial Steam and Eye Treatment - All skin types by MisticalAcScents.etsy.com
One of our spa quality herbal products! These cost a fortune in spas, but they are so simple at home. And the results are visible immediately! Just pop the muslin bag into a large pot of boiling water. Move the pot off the stove and onto another surface where you can easily put your face over it, and drape a towel over your head to catch the steam. When the pot begins to cool and there is less steam, return the pot to boiling and repeat. I don't recommend doing this for more than 20 minutes all tolled, and the steam should never burn you. However, a slight tingling sensation of circulation can be felt that will fade as your skin normalizes. For best results, facial steams are recommended once a week, and the effect is cumulative. And the bonuses don't stop after the steam! The herbs I use are beneficial for all skin types, and especially the eyes. Use the spent bags as a treatment for baggy, puffy eyes or for any other problem areas. All ingredients organic where possible. I designed this product to work with any other regime. I made this originally for myself, as I couldn't find it on the market made with quality ingredients as well as reasonably priced. You'll see these in boutiques and spas for four times the amount! Environmentally friendly with all natural, biodegradable ingredients. Price is for three packets. $2 off shipping with the purchase of two items. Three or more and shipping is free! To save on packaging and shipping, as well as the burden on the Earth, I do not ship these in singles. Three bags for $7 or one bag can be sent with the purchase of another product for $3. Herbs can vary according to availability. A batch of Gifts of Nature Facial Steams may contain: Fennel: Wrinkle remover. Fragrance herb. White Willow: Moisturizing. Healing wash for eruptions and sores. Nettle. Astringent, tonic, improves skin. Very high in vitamins and minerals. Lavender flowers: Soothing. Stimulates circulation. Toning. Anti-microbial and topical antiseptic. Healing for cuts, burns. Fragrance. Rose petals: Wrinkle removing, moisturizing. Fragrance. Sacred in Western Europe. Linden: Softening, healing. Wrinkle removing, antiseptic, mildly bleaching. Fragrance. St. John's Wort: Anti-microbial. Healing for skin ulcerations and severe conditions. Red Clover: Skin conditions of all types. Purifier. Blood cleanser. Yarrow: Astringent and healing, especially for cuts and gashes. Elderflowers: Tonic. Clears and softens skin, smoothes wrinkles and bleaches freckles. Calendula: Treats inflammation, wounds, irritations, and sores. Chaparral: Treats severe skin conditions, including serious infections.

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