Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Ammonium Sulfate Buffer Pka


differs from the rest of nature


a slimy jelly lies

that surrounds and protects "

(Hermann Hesse)

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Best Free Mmorpg Futuristic

only memories. Back

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Funny Having A Baby Wish

Stroking the sky

In some islands, beautiful kites are the trait d'union between gods and humans, but the excitement of caressing the sky to keep the line tight between your hands and feel the force of nature is also ours.
An ancient world that joins the new, changing meanings, times and ways. Somewhere in the world as far and destiny of a child are bound to fly a kite. An ancient tradition of magic dispels bad luck with a kite: first to fly it, the owner will overwrite all the suffering, worries and calamities that afflict him. After having launched in the sky, man cuts the rope making it disappear, in the hope that all misfortunes will disappear with it. However, if the kite falls into the courtyard of another family, bad luck will fall on this. The owner of the kite will therefore be required to visit the family that has received the item, bringing gifts and giving an apology, in order to get the kite back. Otherwise, the family in question must destroy and burn the kite to oust him from bad luck.

photos from the site

meatballs spiced with herbs

400 g ground veal (or chicken)
1 slice of bread soaked in milk, also in milk and squeezed
½ clove of fresh garlic
1 bunch parsley 1 bunch of chives
2 carrots 1 egg
1 bay leaf 1
tablespoon curry
salt, flour Corn

In a bowl combine the ground meat, squeezed bread, salt, garlic and finely chopped carrot, an egg. Mix well with hands, add the chopped parsley and chives and finally the curry. Mix and form small meatballs. Dip in corn flour. In a large saucepan put the oil with the laurels. Add the meatballs and cook, over moderate heat, about ten minutes on each side, until they are golden brown. You can serve with a cool yogurt sauce, in which you have crushed other herbs to recall the taste. A good alternative is served with rice pilaf or couscous vegetarian.

Linsey Dawn Christmas Clip


I want to go back.
to April 5.
Or maybe directly to 31th October.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Can A Felon In Colorado Own A Compound Bow?

Sbi (L) .. reed

also buy water is an investment.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Filmes Gays Com Jack Cruise

time windows

Time windows, my, I hold open the eyes of the world as benevolent and long eyelashes, to protect oneself. A week, a month. Silence, the days slipping cold, snow down my soul. Everything freezes, not even the hot stock of my memories serves to loosen the knots. Layers and layers of wool do not protect from the wind, I feel exposed and at the mercy of the storms. I look at the road in front of me without recognizing it, a ribbon of concrete dust that draws a cruel smile when I see the end. And then.
A cut of more orange moon, a blast warmer, a flash of color image. The winter passed quietly but not quiet, slowly, wearily. Washing away by the gray hair return to tenderness. I look for reflection, I dare not even in the mirror. Hard and long days that have left the groove. Today in the hollow cheeks of pink paint, shoulders that hold the most unexpectedly straight. Where were we?

winter soup for sadness

Pumpkin, 300 grams Spelt
80 gr.
carrots 3 potatoes 2
chickpeas 200 gr
cumin, a pinch
1 leek vegetable broth to taste olive oil
toasted pine nuts
Peel the pumpkin and potatoes and cut into cubes. Chop the leek. In a saucepan, heat 3 tablespoons of olive oil and dried vegetables for us a few minutes, stirring well. Pour the broth to just cover the vegetables and cook over medium heat for about thirty minutes. Season with salt and add the drained chickpeas and farro first rinsed in cold water. Add the cumin and cook for another twenty minutes, taking care to add broth as it is absorbed.
Turn off the soup, Serve and sprinkle with olive oil, freshly ground black pepper and freshly roasted pine nuts. If you prefer to go to the mixer before adding the vegetables spelled.