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Spring Clean Your Body


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    spring clean
  • thoroughly clean the entire house, often done only once a year; "she started spring-cleaning on April 1"
  • Spring cleaning is the period in spring time set aside for cleaning a house, normally applied in climates with a cold winter.
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  • "Your Body" is the second hit single by the R&B group Pretty Ricky produced by Jim Jonsin. It reached #12 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the second single off their debut album, Bluestars. The explicit version of "Your Body" was released with more adult and less radio-friendly lyrics.
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Energize!: Kickstart Your Life in 6 Easy Ways*Spring Clean Your Mind and Body*Get Your Bounce Back Today and Every Day
Energize!: Kickstart Your Life in 6 Easy Ways*Spring Clean Your Mind and Body*Get Your Bounce Back Today and Every Day
Energy levels can be affected by a variety of factors. Working too hard, relationship difficulties or simply the change in weather or season can all take their toll. Whatever is causing your energy slump, help is at hand with Energize!.

In this book Jo Salter describes six energy areas (physical, emotional, intellectual, personal, creative and spiritual) and includes a detailed questionnaire for each so that you can work out your own personal energy profile. She then suggests the appropriate exercise techniques, visualization methods and ways to boost and sustain your energy, in addition to tips and strategies to help you take charge of your physical, emotional and mental well being.

Whether you need to recharge your betteries or just want to learn how to make the most of new challenges and experiences, Energize! will restore your liveliness whenever it's lacking!

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The Last Time I Saw Coffee Bob...
The Last Time I Saw Coffee Bob...
Two weeks ago I hiked up to Bob's tent above the swollen stream bed and spent an hour or so with him. I've been back to his tent two times since then but his tent stands empty and I have a dreadful feeling in my heart. Last week end my family and I had to go to Florida for a tile and stone convention. It was sunny in Florida but it rained steadily in Utah while we were gone. The first chance I had to visit Bob was Wednesday evening. I hiked up in the rain to his camp site. I was surprised to see no signs of life. It was close to dark and Bob is always home at dark. No one was there. I called his name from outside the tent. No answer. I stood in the rain right outside his tent and called him again. "Bobby!...Bobby! Are you asleep?" A sick feeling crept over me as I unzipped the flap to his tent door. I peeked in and saw his sleeping bag. All was cold. A Valentine heart given him by Ruth's daughters lay on top of his sleeping bag. A newspaper and two articles about "Mind Control" that I had down-loaded off the internet lay on top of the newspaper. Everything smelled of stale tobacco smoke. Bob smokes about 40-50 rolled smokes a day. I didn't want to look in the sleeping bag. When we parted two weeks before Bob had called out to me as I headed down the trail. "Hey, Aubrey," he had said. "Yeah?" I answered and walked back towards him. "Now I want you to remember something.... And I want to to promise me something..." "What?" I asked. He lowered his voice and continued. "If you ever come up here and I don't answer you when you call me I want you to open my tent and make sure I'm ok." "What are you talking about?" I asked. "You thinking of dying in your sleep?" I was smiling because, despite his excessive smoking, Bob seemed to be in good physical health. Only one time did he have even a sniffle during the past bitter cold months of the winter. "You just look in there... Cause if I'm dead I want you to take care of my body." "OK," I chuckled and turned to head back down. "I'll take care of your body if I find you dead in your tent." I'm not a superstitious person. I don't believe in luck, bad or good, based on what one says. No sacred topics in my conversations. I'll talk about dying, getting hurt, getting lost or whatever without worrying about any consequence in the reality of my life. But I remembered that conversation when I knelt in the doorway of his tent last Wednesday night in the rain. I reached over to the top of his sleeping bag and pulled it back. Nothing. Whew, I thought. He must have ridden his bike into town and is getting back later in the evening than he planned. He'll be ok. I hiked out and got to my car after dark. His bike was still gone from where it was normally locked to the trunk of a tree. Yeah, I thought. That's where he is. Wednesday night I went to bed at 3:00 AM. I stayed up late drawing the details for two hand-carved fireplaces I need to get prices on from Italy and China. It rained all day and was raining when I went to bed. I was exhausted but I still knelt next to my bed before I settled in for the night. In my prayer I remembered Bob sleeping alone in his tent up in the canyon above Mueler Park. "Please bless Bob," I said. "Help him to not be troubled by the voices he hears that troubles him so deeply and has caused him to run for the past couple years..." I prayed. "And watch over him." I got up this morning and did my chores around the house. Finished painting the laundry for my wife. Put everything away and cleaned up the room that has been a mess for the past couple weeks while I repainted it. Mowed the lawn. Edged it. Weeded a couple flower beds. Then my daughter brought Chandler and Indianna over while she joined my wife and other daughters next door where they held a bridal shower for McKenzie--my future daughter-in-law. So I spent the next few hours playing with two of the loves of my life. Finallt after three PM I was free to head up to Bob's tent. His bike wasn't there again but I still didn't think anything. I headed up the trail taking pictures of the spring flowers and trees along the way. Several mountain bikers passed me along the way. It felt like a great spring afternoon. I took the upper trail to Bob's camp site because they atre charging $2.00 to walk through Mueller Park and that bugs me. It's like charging a toll to cross a bridge that has been there for a hundred years. Taking the upper trail avoids the gate to the park and is free. I started on the trail that drops down to Bob's camp site and looked for tell-tail signs of Bob's presence. Nothing. The rains had washed out all the footprints. Only droves of deer tracks were visible in the muddy paths leading down towards Bob's camp. I came to the pool in the stream where
Bristol Social History - Cholera
Bristol Social History - Cholera
Cholera With the aforementioned conditions existing, it was not surprising that when epidemics of cholera broke out in Bristol, Bedminster was one of the areas with a high incidence of case. The following table identifies where deaths occurred in the Bedminster district. It is from the General Board of Health Report of 1849. Allen’s Court - Deaths 2 - Knowle Lane -1 - Brightbow - 19 Luckwell Lane - 2 - Bull Lane - 4 Limekiln Dock -1 Baynton’s Buildings - 19 - Mill Lane - 1 - Bagg’s Court - 5 North Street - 15 - Bedminster Down - 6 - Philip Street - 1 Boot Lane - 1 - Prince’s Street - 4 Bedminster Causeway - 1 Parson Street - 1 - Back Lane - 3 - Regent Street - 1 Browning’s Alley - 3 - Southey’s Paddock - 11 - Charlotte Place - 1 Sargeant Street - 2 - Clarence Place - 1 - Stillhouse Lane - 5 Colston Street - 4 - Spring Street - 1 - Clarence Square - 4 Somerset Terrace - 1 - Dean Lane - 8 - Sion Terrace -1 Devonport Street - 4 - Sidney’s Buildings - 1 - East Street - 2 Water’s Place - 5 - Hanley’s Buildings - 2 - West Street - 25 Hope Square - 2 - Windmill Hill - 3 - King Street - 14 Waterloo Square - 2 The living conditions at Brightbow at the time of the 1849 epidemic and where 19 deaths were recorded, are graphically detailed in the 1850 report. (1) First case (of cholera) in the Paddock was a woman who died. Under the bed on which she lay was found putrid meat, bones and maggots. The woman herself was a drunkard with her husband having twice had delirius tremens. (2) Then died a man named Witnell, who lives next door. Then a woman named Wilcox at whose front door were two or three pigs. Bamall and son-in-law died. Three feet from the front door of their house was a muck heap, of course. Lawrence and one or two more died making together a fearful number. At Brightbow No 1 died a man and a boy and an old man. At No.2 - Hancock father and mother and two children. At No 3 - one man. At No 4 - one woman who had sold fish and kept pigs, which tainted the whole neighbourhood. Numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 - all more or less clean - no pigs, no deaths. Baynton’s Buildings, where 25 deaths occurred, were near the Ashton Gate Turn pike. The location here was similar to that near Brightbow; low marshy ground, poor quality houses and tenements, pig sties at the rear of the buildings and a large open ditch which received sewage. As a consequence of this epidemic a special hospital was opened at Wapping for Cholera cases. 35 deaths were reported there. When an outbreak of cholera occurred in 1832, a notice was printed and issued by the Bristol Board of Health, giving certain directions to the general public. Preventative Directions were Avoid all kinds of food that have a tendency to relax the bowels, and particularly guard against overloading the stomach. Make use of a dry nutritive diet, of which well boiled rice is an excellent article. Eat fruit and garden stuff sparingly, and abstain from fat luscious meats. No meal requires more caution than supper, for Cholera occurs most frequently at night or early in the morning. Observe the most rigid temperance in every thing. It is desirable that the body should be braced up to its full natural strength; but, in endeavouring to obtain this object, you cannot be too careful to avoid undue excitement, which necessarily followed by depression and weakness. Do not think, therefore, that you will maintain your strength by drinking spirits or other strong liquors; such attempts are useless and dangerous - the intemperate are most frequently attacked, and most rarely recover. Take exercise in the open air, in fine weather, but not to the extent of fatigue or profuse perspiration. Avoid draughts of air, and sitting in wet clothes. It is of the utmost importance that the whole body, but particularly the feet, should be kept warm. Remain at home as much as possible after sun-set. Looseness of the bowels should be immediately attended to, as it is the most frequent commencement of the disease. Lose no time, therefore, in seeking medical aid for the relief of this complaint. As Cholera prevails most in dirty and confined apartments, keep your dwellings well-aired, and in the greatest possible cleanliness. You cannot be too cautious against crowding together in small rooms, as those in public-houses. Directions to persons whose friends or neighbours may be attacked. Remember the course of the disease is fearfully rapid, and therefore requires the most prompt and vigorous treatment; that constant attention must be afforded, as well as a great variety of measures, many of which are extremely difficult, and some impossible to carry into execution in your houses. It is consequently your duty to urge the immediate removal of the sick to the hospitals, which have been specially provided for Cholera patients. In these places good medical assistance, and the attendance of nurses will be constantly at hand for the proper management and care o

spring clean your body
spring clean your body
Energize!: Kickstart Your Life in 6 Easy Ways*Spring Clean Your Mind and Body*Get Your Bounce Back Today and Every Day
Energy levels can be affected by a variety of factors. Working too hard, relationship difficulties or simply the change in weather or season can all take their toll. Whatever is causing your energy slump, help is at hand with Energize!.

In this book Jo Salter describes six energy areas (physical, emotional, intellectual, personal, creative and spiritual) and includes a detailed questionnaire for each so that you can work out your own personal energy profile. She then suggests the appropriate exercise techniques, visualization methods and ways to boost and sustain your energy, in addition to tips and strategies to help you take charge of your physical, emotional and mental well being.

Whether you need to recharge your betteries or just want to learn how to make the most of new challenges and experiences, Energize! will restore your liveliness whenever it's lacking!

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