Most beekeepers are hobby beekeepers. These people typically work or own only a few hives. Their main attraction is an interest in ecology and natural science. Honey is a by-product of this hobby. As it typically requires a significant investment to establish a small apiary and dozens of hours of work with hives and honey equipment, hobby beekeeping is seldom profitable outside of Europe, where the lack of organic bee products sometimes causes buoyant demand for privately produced honey.
Is your yoga routine insufficiently liberating? The yoga studio Denver Nude Yoga in Denver is pushing the workout frontier, offering classes where yogis strip themselves – literally – of all their insecurities.
The studio offers all-male naked classes.Meant to be sensual but “not sexual,” as the website description stresses, the workout is an endeavor to be taken seriously - or not.
Tasha Adams, a stay-at-home mother of three, has been cleared of child endangerment after she was arrested for drinking while breastfeeding this past November. The charges were dropped last week after the deputy city attorney for Conway, Arkansas determined there wasn’t enough evidence to prove that she had too many drinks to care for her child.
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A woman has been accused of claiming her son had cancer in order to fund a lavish lifestyle and trips to Disneyland. Sandy Nguyen convinced her family, her neighbours and even the six-year-old boy himself that her son had been receiving treatment for cancer since September 2012. A website set up to promote a charity walk in June last year said the little boy ‘probably only had eight more months’ left to live. It is thought the 28-year-old woman raised $25,000 via community and school fundraisers, with at least $16,000 of that used to pay for a trip to Disneyland. Local police chief Captain Larry Ethridge said it is thought only Nguyen was aware of the deception. ’The little boy believed he had cancer,’ he said. ‘The rest of the family believed he had cancer.’
Happy St. Patrick's Day from BJ & Jamie. This last Saturday morning was the St. Patrick's Day Parade and we would like to thank all you that came out to celebrate Celtic Heritage. There were a lot of great signs and great smiles. Here are some pictures of the parade and some more information on St. Patrcik's Day.
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Saint Patrick is the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland. St Patrick is credited with bringing christianity to Ireland. Most of what is known about him comes from his two works; the Confessio, a spiritual autobiography, and his Epistola, a denunciation of British mistreatment of Irish christians. Saint Patrick described himself as a “most humble-minded man, pouring forth a continuous paean of thanks to his Maker for having chosen him as the instrument whereby multitudes who had worshipped idols and unclean things had become the people of God.”
We always hear the story of people that meet and move in together or get married right away. BJ and Jamie think you need more time but wait until you hear some of the caller's stories before you make up your mind. Sean and Shaina are a perfect example of how this works out. Listen inHERE. And some tips for you too!
Ways to gauge if things are moving too fast
That “butterflies” feeling, unexpected silly grins, and a sudden need for less sleep—there is a level of giddiness in any new relationship that’s wonderful… and the last thing you want to do is kill that magic. So how can you tell when your date’s feelings are the natural high of falling for someone… and when they’ve hit fast-forward? According to the experts, there are definite head-over-heels “symptoms.” Magdoff suggests one clue is too many phone calls, texts, and emails. “There is sort of this assumption that you’ll be available to the other person all the time,” says Magdoff. It’s one thing for a date to show interest, entirely another to desire constant, 24/7 communication. “Also be aware if the person starts asking too many deep questions about you too quickly or is working too hard to please you,” she says.
Love coach Rinatta Paries advises caution if the person is pushing physicality, mentions that you are “soul mates” or starts making long-term plans – which could range from discussing future holiday plans to mentioning marriage, living together or children – too early on. “I would also be wary if your date tells you that he or she has never felt this strongly about someone before or thinks you are perfect and can do no wrong, as those are signs of being in love with the idea of love more than the real you,” she warns.
New details revealed Saturday by Malaysia's Prime Minister provide a clearer chronology about what may have happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 between its takeoff to its last known sighting seven hours later.
All tracking systems are working as the Boeing 777-200ER plane takes off from the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, headed to Beijing, on Saturday, March 8, at 12:41 a.m.
Who were the men who flew flight 370
Quest: Problem began before final message
Event: ACARS disabled (time unknown)
Shortly after takeoff, one of the plane's communication systems is turned off.
Prime Minister Najib Razak's remarks Saturday weren't clear on exactly when the plane's Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) was shut off, but the system was disabled just before the plane flew over the east coast of the Malaysian Peninsula.
It's a significant event: Turning off ACARS takes know-how,
ACARS is the plane's onboard computer that collects information -- a lot of it -- about the plane's and pilot's performance. It's akin to computers now in automobiles that track oil levels and engine performance.
Aboard aircraft, ACARS computers measure thousands of data and sends the information via satellite to the airline, the engine manufacturer and other authorized parties