Wohoo! Go TJ! You are awesome!!!
This video is priceless. It is beautiful to see two of our Heavenly Father’s creations (even though they are so totally different) find joy and friendship in their differences.
Confession: It almost made me cry. =)
This is another video featuring Murray Hallam, he talks about some more imortant elements of Aquaponic gardening. Josh and I are starting a small aquaponics system in our kitchen (no edible fish with ours, we obviously don’t have enough room, we are using goldfish).
An Aquaponics system is really perfect for Desert gardening (Austrailia has pretty much led the way in this) because it uses about 10% of the water used in traditional soil gardening.
I love this video, I think it is the best at explaining the basics of aquaponics. And Mr. Hallams is really enthusiastic… lol, he is also good at explaining. This makes it a lot easier to watch, learn, and understand.
For more information on Aquaponics, another good source is:
Wow, I wish they did that at EAC! It’s a great way to advertize productions and the theatre program. I absolutly love the mariachi band and don’t think it would have been the same without it… but I think the prize for my my favorite part goes to Zorro “slashing” his trademark on the chalkboard. lololol
Ok, I absolutly HAD to post this. It is seriously one of the best pranks I have ever seen! … hmmm maybe Josh and I can do it to our kids someday!!! That would be totally awesome!! =)
So I found out last week that they are making a film version of the musical ‘Les Misérables’! I am so extremely excited about this! The cast is killer and I have no doubt that it will be phenomenal!
Amanda Seyfried (Mama Mia) as Cosette
Russell Crowe (ooooh! I just got chills! He is perfect!) as Inspector Javert
Anne Hathaway as Fantine
Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean (Holy Cow!!! AMAZING!!!)
Helena Bonham Carter as Madame Thénardier (no introduction needed…!)
Sacha Baron Cohen as Monsieur Thénardier
Eddie Redmayne as Marius Pontmercy
Samantha Barks as Éponine
Aaron Tveit as Enjolras
Colm Wilkinson as Bishop of Digne (He played Jean Valjean on Broadway)
Bertie Carvel as Bamatabois
Daniel Huttlestone as Gavroche
George Blagden as Grantaire
Isabelle Allen as Young Cosette
Enough said. I have no doubt, with the caliber of these serious actors, that this film will do justice to Victor Hugo’s novel (which is one of the greatest novels of the 19th century) of “the wretched poor”.