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Nature Gets Weird in Fall’s Newest Books

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I am in approximately 30th grade at this point, but I still get the back-to-school itch. I like pens and backpacks and the autumnal feeling that this year I’ll be smarter than the last. Luckily, a crop of new books this fall scratch that itch. Forthwith, deep dives into penguins’ sexual deviance, philosophical rambles across landscapes, obscure forensic-ecology facts, and more. ‘A Polar Affair,’ by Lloyd Spencer Davis (Photo: Courtesy Pegasus Books) Thirty years into what he thought was pioneering work on the complicated sex lives of Adélie penguins, polar researcher Lloyd Spencer Davis, who calls himself Professor Penguin, found a...

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A parent-child relationship is by birth, the relationship between siblings is by blood, and the one without compromises is friendship

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There is one more relation between two people who might come from the same or different cultural backgrounds but decide to hold each other’s hands and share their future together as Husband and Wife. Such relationships are made by God, and that’s why I think they say “Marriages are made in Heaven”. This particular write-up of mine is to share my thoughts about marriage. Sometimes, it takes years to find a life partner, but sometimes we just find him in no time; it’s all about destiny. And finally, the D-Day arrives when the wedding bells ring, the two take Wedding...

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Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Soup with Sweet Potato, White Beans, and Red Pepper

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I’m so excited to share this creamy vegan butternut squash soup recipe with you! You know why? Because butternut squash + soup = FALL!!! Yes, I know we’re several weeks into Autumn but it can be easy to forget that in the desert because the high temperature still hovers in the 90s. It was a long, hot summer here in the desert of California. In La Quinta, where I live, we had more than 110 days over 100 degrees! And while it still may be about 90 degrees outside, I know that soon the temperatures will drop and cool temperatures...

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Remarkable Square Fish Tank

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Apr 18, 2018 – If you are up to giving it a try, building a fresh or saltwater DIY (do-it-yourself) aquarium from scratch can be fun, as well as challenging. Decide which aquarium size is fit for your needs. If you only have a few fish or a small tarantula, you won’t need an aquarium that takes up the length of the wall. You could use a stand like this one for fish, reptiles, hamsters or whatever other . Contrary to the paranoia implied in many DIY aquarium designs, you do not need smaller or larger than that, and it...

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Farmhouse kitchen decor has a certain look and feel and I absolutely love it

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Small pieces that all add up to a lived-in and cozy home.  Farmhouse Kitchen Decor Must-Haves Here are some of my top picks for the perfect farmhouse kitchen. The best part about decorating with this style in mind is that you can find pieces almost everywhere you look. Target, Walmart, your local supermarket. Truly! Keep your eyes open and you will soon learn that the opportunities are endless.  Here are some of my top farmhouse kitchen picks that I found online that I absolutely fell in love with. I believe each item has such charm and style. Hopefully, you like...

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