In spite of the many differences between Western and Asian culture, my current residence in Anhui, China, reminds me of Germany.
Homegrown vegetables are a staple for many Southerners in the summertime.
With apologies to every poet who ever lived:
Megacities are the trend of the 21st century. This means metropolitan areas that are home to more than a million inhabitants. Atlanta qualifies for the label. But to see cities of truly enormous proportions, one needs to go to Asia.
Lemmy has an irregular appointment today.
If you're making plans for cookouts and family reunions, remember to make food safety a priority.
It was Nov. 6, 2004, and a beautiful sunny day in Athens. The Georgia Bulldogs were away at Kentucky and my wife's cousin was getting married.
I say "Lemmy." He says "No! Memmy!"
Everyone has heard of Beijing, China. With more than 11 million residents, the city stands out even among the other world capitals.
Most plant lovers want to have flowers blooming in their garden all season long, but the problem arises in what to grow.
I have a plaque on my nightstand that says, "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page."
It's been a year since I saw Lemmy last. And now it's time for his routine yearly checkup.
As a new resident to Gainesville and moderately experienced edible and organic gardener, I developed a fenced-in, organic raised-bed vegetable and herb garden last spring.
I'm not quite sure who dubbed Merle Haggard as "the Poet of the Common Man," but he was right.
He looks disheveled. Not Lemmy, he looks fine.
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Three weeks after Lemmy was examined and diagnosed with a nasty urinary tract infection, he returns for a recheck. This is intended to confirm the ...
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