It’s time to decide…

Flintstones Vitamins Contain GMO's

Listen, the only way we are going to get rid of genetically modified food is to stop buying it. I know how hard it is, trust me.  My husband and I have been struggling.  We love to go to Taco Bell.

When they find the market has dried up for this crap, we’ll get real food again.  If we don’t stop this experiment soon, it will be too late.  I mean they are purposely giving us breast cancer and making us sterile and no one seems to care.

Please watch this.  If this doesn’t piss you off, you are beyond hope.

The leaders of Big Agriculture–Monsanto, DuPont, Syngenta–are determined that world’s populations remain ignorant about the serious health and environmental risks of genetically modified crops and industrial agriculture. Deep layers of deception and corruption underlie both the science favoring GMOs and the corporations and governments supporting them.

This award-winning documentary, Seeds of Death, exposes the lies about GMOs and pulls back the curtains to witness our planet’s future if Big Agriculture’s new green revolution becomes our dominant food supply.

Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation

Seeds of Destruction

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Buy groceries from Trader Joe’s brands which are non-GMO! Support those companies who care for you – boycott those companies who disregard your health, but prefer to fill their bank account at your expense.

And this one.  Want to move?

Makes me proud that Ireland is GMO free

Educate yourself.  Do all you can for yourself. There are lots more of us than their are of them.  Use your voice, call, write letters.  Expose them every chance you can.

I’ve been calling the companies that make the products we use.  Did you know Ocean Mist lettuce is a natural product, made with non-gmo seed?  It’s important to identify these companies and support them.

I am convinced that if we don’t make changes soon, it will be too late.  Matthew 24:22 says,  “If those days had not been cut short, no one would survive, but for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened.”  Could this be what the Bible was talking about?  I don’t know, but I’m very worried and you should be too.

Please watch the video and share it.  You decide.

 

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Celebrate St. Patrick's DayFamily Heritage

My maiden name is Patrick and I’m hard pressed to let a single St. Patrick’s Day go by without making a big deal of it, it is still to this day one of my favorite holidays.

For many years I claimed Irish as my own heritage. Surely, with a last name like Patrick I must be Irish. You can imagine my dismay when I discovered that I’m actually Scottish. I’ve traced our families heritage back to the Lamont clan in the 1400’s, in Edinburgh, Scotland.

As a child I was convinced that somewhere along the line we were related to royalty. As luck would have it, I haven’t found a royal bone in my body, turns out instead of being heir to a throne, I’ve decended from horse thieves and criminals.

My husband on the other hand is the great-great-great-great-great grandson of Lyman Hall a previous Governor of Georgia and signer of the Declaration of Independence, not to mention being related to William Shakespeare.

Celebrations

Fortunately, you don’t have to be Irish to enjoy the festivities on St. Paddy’s Day. Just don your green beanie or your “Kiss Me if your Irish” button and make your way to one of the many St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Who knows maybe the Luck O’ The Irish will rub off on you or you’ll find that pot o’ gold at the end of the rainbow.

St. Paddy’s Day is celebrated the world over, with parades and events taking place in Irish communities in cities around the world. Though many communities have jumped the gun and held their festivities a little early, perhaps to prolong the holiday, we’ve managed to locate 2009 St. Patrick’s Day Parades all over the U.S. and even a few across the globe.

Irish Stew - Pugg Mahones Tuesday AUD10 Special

Irish Stew – Pugg Mahones

St. Patrick’s Day Parades & Events

The first formal celebration of St. Patrick’s Day took place not in Ireland, but in Boston in 1737. It consisted of a dinner attended by wealthy Protestant gentlemen and merchants who had recently come over from Ulster to settle in the colonies. By 1775, the Boston celebration included a march with 70 soldiers from the British Army who were at the time occupying Boston (an interesting note is that exactly 1 year later, in 1776, the British Army was marching again – but in double time – as they were retreating from the city. So in Boston, March 17 holds two causes to celebrate – St Patrick’s Day and Evacuation day.)

The very first St. Patrick’s Day Parade  in the United States was held in New York City in 1766 by a band of homesick Irish ex-patriots. This was during a time when the “Wearin’ O’ The Green” was still a sign of Irish pride that was banned in Ireland.

A parade celebrating the freedom to speak the Irish language, sing Irish songs and play the bagpipes to Irish tunes was very meaningful to the immigrants who had fled their homes at such great cost leaving so much behind. Today modern celebrations in Ireland tend to avoid the green which has come to symbolize the flag that flew during the years that Ireland suffered under British rule!

American’s have a lot in common with the Irish people, which might be perhaps one of the many reasons so many in this country celebrate this joyous holiday.

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