I dont give a very many book reviews in my blog I read and I read a lot but to be honest I read books or read books that aren’t brand new so I wouldn’t be unsure what anybody has read.
What’s the other day while I was at the library I picked up some brand new books they got from James Patterson I read a lot of his fictional work but he is now writing some true life crime stories and being interested in nose for my ID channels I thought I’d pick him up and see how how well he wrote True Crime.
I also picked up kiss book on All American murderer the rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez. The book is fast-moving and interesting picking up a lot on Aaron’s beginning life and then eating even to catch her some of his personality but it also to me demonstrates how Bolton high school college and the NFL replace football so high and on a pedestal.
It is a shame to see how much trouble some of these kids would get into that would be ignored because they were ball players. In fact it seem like in some states that was more so truth and didn’t others or at least I would hope.
The book officer shows pictures and photographs of him at various stages and some of his family photos and friends that he hung out with. It also shows the brain sections that they took from him to do research on to Discover app concussions can cause so much damage does to change a person’s personality.
These images we’re pretty interesting and there did appear to be several small holes but it would be hard to explain but if you’re curious the book would be an interest just to look at that.
But what he says about Aaron and errands earlier days and almost seems like these problems that he had were with him from the very beginning so it makes a very good read and if anybody was kind of curious about this young man I would recommend reading it.
That’s James Patterson All American murderer the rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez.
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I for one who had to share this with you in my blog I have learned to love bats living here by the Bayou. The bats I see here love to eat mosquitoes.
You’ll see them flying around just as it gets dusk and a lot of times I’ve wondered why they’ve never tried to touched my hair since I read somewhere that they do have a tendency to do that but nonetheless it is always reassuring to know they’re out there hunting for mosquitoes just before dark.
Of course of garden freaks can appreciate the fact that bats are also known to help propagate certain types of fruit by spreading pollen. Nice sometimes right about bees and other pollinating creature such as the Bumblebee. And I think I have at times giving people the idea that you do not have to use care with these creatures. So at this point I just wanted to point out you can do a whole lot appreciation with your eyes and curiosity but keep your hands off.
Take a look at the from the USDA it’s about bats and bat Appreciation Day thanks and I hope you are having a good day.
Last year I shared a photo of my mulberries that were about 3 ft high. I was impressed because they grew so quickly when transplanted form their 6 in pot.
Now this year they are about 8ft tall and are loaded with berries. I planted them because I wanted a bird friendly way to keep birds out of my black berries, but I have discovered that these berries are excellent in favor and very healthy for you. Check out this organic website organic facts they have a good description of this berries health benefits.
www.crfg.org tells facts if the varieties of trees and growing them. I can not say it takes 10 years to produce because I have had mine for only 3 years and berries are on my youthful trees. Mine are a Russia variety very good taste.
So are mulberries for the birds? I think I will be sharing mine.
Taking a road to place unknown I held your hand and we walked through gold surrounded in a cocoon of Forest each tree a treasure love expressed in a in the dim bright light which dreams of heavenly places enduring all things embracing expressed hope peace like roots continue to grow as we walk this lonely beautiful Road
By Karen Smith
NaPoWriMo photo prompt day 12
Good day everyone. I don’t have a lot of followers or views but I still am grateful to all of you, I have meet some wonderful people who have shared my peck along blog.
My garden is doing well, have just one small bed, so thought I should show everyone some photos and tips.
These are my Creoles a tomato I am trying their year. They are still small but have some blooms already. I am mulching around them to keep the weeds in check. A tip I got from the LSU representative. I hope to keep water in as well. Here is a link to LSUA.
Here are some photos I took of my berries. So loaded this year. I don’t have the mulch spread as around them yet. I am using dried weeds and grass clipping from my lawn maintenance.
This is a photo of what was suppose to be my climbing Peace rose. I due known what happen as you can see it is not a Peace rose,but the bees love it so it stays. Here is a link to wild rose that I believe this rose is.
My beautiful Lady Banks, purple. So happy with them this year.
Photo of a rose I am trying to save looks more like the Peace rose.
And my last photo is of my tiger lilies. My favorite of the lilies. Here is a good link for information on them.
All photos by Karen Smith