Three of my six hens are laying eggs. That’s 1 1/2 dozen a week. I can pickle ’em, freeze ’em and perhaps give some to charity. They taste great. The chicks were born July 2015; it’s currently February 2016. The hens are chomping on Purina laying crumbles and veggie scraps. So, I’m a duck farmer (small scale of course).
In 2016, the highest demand for tech professionals are developers and security experts according to Dice:
See page 33 for article on reclassifying cannabis: Federal Court Judge to Decide Whether Cannabis Criminalization is Constitutional (Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director)
Here’s an unedited, uncategorised, video of my grandson, Zayden. This clip was created the day of returning home from a ten day mission at Mission, Asheville on December 22:
Reasons for difficulties finding work in spite of being over educated:
“Maybe the U.S. economy isn’t generating the types of jobs that require a college degree” (Joann Weiner, September 9, 2014 – Washington Post).
It is amusing to find articles insisting that all women over 40 must maintain short hair. After gazing into a side-view mirror, however, it is obvious that my own long-haired plastic clip method could improve. My do-it-yourself carefree personality welcomes the challenge. So I took the plunge and chopped off some layers. It feels great. Meanwhile, here are risk-free suggestions for hair health:
Tips for healthy hair.
Vision problems can cause learning frustration issues. The Affordable Care Act has addressed this concern.