Sunday, November 29, 2009

Flower Delivery - Avail Online Services to Send Flowers to Your Loved Ones! By Ian Hafiz

After such a huge advancement in telecommunication industry this whole world has become a global village. Due to these speedy communication services people can easily contact with their loved ones no matter how far they are. It does not matter how far you are, you can easily communicate with your friends and family members via telephone or chat. After the invention of internet you can easily access everything. So, this is just a brief introduction on advancement in communication technology. Here, in this article I am going to tell you a very popular attribute of online services.
Presenting flowers to your loved ones either wife or girlfriend is an old tradition and still people are adopting this old custom. Usually, main occasions for sending flowers are Valentines Day, Wedding Anniversaries and Birthdays. People prefer to deliver fresh-scented flowers to their loved ones to show their love and closeness. But sometimes it becomes quite difficult to keep flowers fresh for a long time while delivering them.
If you are planning to send Roses, Lilies, Daisies and other splendid flowers to another country than, do not bother yourself. Now-a-days people are sending fresh flowers to their loved ones even from other countries by availing online services of delivering flowers. In short, you can say that it has become quite easy for a person to send fresh and scented flowers to their loved ones no matter where and how far they are.
There are numerous online flower shops that allow you to book orders of different flowers to deliver them to your friends or family members very quickly. Such online flower shops also offer several services besides flower delivery services. You even can send unique and lovely gifts to your friends and loved ones at affordable rates. There are numerous websites available that are providing their best services of delivering gifts and flowers within a short time.
Lastly, if you really care for your lover and want to show your love and care to him/her, than do not waste time on cargo services. Find a suitable and well-reputed website of flower delivery and other gift items and send fresh and unique flowers to them.

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Florida: Gulf Coast Islands, Families Can Sleep Tight with FREE Nights.

If you are thinking of escaping to the beach in the next few months and considering Florida’s Gulf Coast here’s a deal. Ten spots on Anna Maria Island, Longboat Key, and the mainland areas of Bradenton and Lakewood Ranch are offering free vacation nights. [Read More]
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Winter Trails offers children and adults new to snow sports a chance to try snowshoeing and/or cross-country skiing FREE at venues throughout North America. [Read More]
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With extra time and a good plan it's easy to have fun with your kids. and CityPass offers both this winter expanding from nine days inclusive to February 28 , 2010 in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. [Read More]
Cook Islands: Rarotonga, Away for the Holidays - The South Pacific with Your Kids

'Kia orana' (kee-ya or-rana) is a dual purpose word meaning both 'hello' in the Cook Island language and 'thanks'. It may be useful for anyone taking advantage of a travel deal offering cash back to U.S. and Canadian travelers who visit their islands in the South Pacific from now through February 2010. [Read More]
North Carolina: Crystal Coast, Family Beach Vacation - Fun for $10 or Less.

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England: London, Family Vacation Fun - 10 ways to Save in the City.

Modern, quirky and loads of fun, London is a terrific city adventure destination for families. For some, to do it and not break the bank is the challenge. Ideas, details, and the latest information on how to save money may be found at a new website [Read More]
Britain: London, Family Vacation Deal - BritRail's Kids Travel Free Family Pass.

For children from the Americas or Asia North America, Britain is the perfect introduction to the cultural diversity of Europe. The obvious connection for youngsters is Harry Potter, and then there's Paddington Bear, Beatrix Potter, Robin Hood, King Arthur - you get the idea. [Read More]
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Monday, November 23, 2009



           I will repeat to you a story which the fishermen tell in the evening, as they mend their nets, sitting in a circle on the shore.
           The fair Narcissa surpassed in beauty all the young girls of her province. All along the shore from Catana to Syracuse, there was not one who could boast of so mild an eye, so graceful a form, so delicate a foot.
           Put no confidence in the fair Narcissa.
           Some are beautiful without begin conscious of it. Such it is safe to love.
           Others are beautiful, and know it but too well. It is these whom you should avoid.
           Narcissa the fair knew that she was handsome; and Louis loved her.
           Louis was the son of the old soldier, Louis Naldi, and was regarded by all who knew him, as a brave fellow, a bold sailor, and a kind comrade; one who feared God and venerated the saints. But he was in love with the fair Narcissa.
           He followed her everywhere. He thought of her perpetually. Had you seen Louis weep, as he pressed to his heart some flower which had fallen from Narcissa’s bosom, you would have some conception of the power which love can exert over a man.
           Yes, Louis would weep like a child.
           He, the fearless sailor, whose voice so often rose above the storm, trembled at the slightest word from Narcissa.
           He owned a house built of stone, a substantial bark, and excellent nets. He offered the whole to Narcissa, whose only effects were a spinning-wheel and a looking-glass; a spinning-wheel which never turned, and a looking-glass in which she was always admiring herself.
           It must be acknowledged that Narcissa thought of nothing but pleasure and fine dresses. Still she did not reject Louis.
           The love of the handsome and brave Louis flattered Narcissa’s pride; but she felt no love for him in return.
           What she loved was her own young, handsome face – her graceful shape – her smiling lips – and her sweet eyes. She loved herself, and nobody else.
           After visiting the city, she would say to Louis on her return, – “I have seen the daughters of the citizens. They are not so handsome as I am; yet they wear velvet tunics, find ribands on their heads, and a gold cross at their necks.”
 So Louis purchased for her a velvet tunic, handsome ribands, and a cross of gold to hang from her neck.
           “Art thou happy,” said he to her, “now that thou art so fine?”
           “I am happy,” she answered, “because I am beautiful.”
           “When wilt thou marry me?”
           “Wait till vintage has passed. I wish to dance once more in freedom among my companions.”
           The vintage, as you well know, is the time of festival and sports; the time of tender offers. Gayety seems then to flow freely, with the new juice of the grape.
           Then came other pretexts. In winter, she must wait for the time of tunny-fishing; in summer, for that of harvest. The marriage-day was always put off to a later period.
           Meanwhile Louis, in order to buy dresses, and ribands, and jewels for Narcissa, had sold the house which his father left him, his bark, and his nets. He had nothing left.
           He had not even the poor recompense of Narcissa’s love. She passed the day before her mirror, combing her long hair, and smiling at her own beauty. Scarcely could her lover get a word or a look.
           Louis saw very plainly that the fair Narcissa had no love for him; but he was bewitched.
           Some women are gifted with a fatal beauty.
           Their eyes, instead of healing the wounds which they have made, seem but to irritate them more. Does some demon impel you to love them, and allure you to your fate? What but a demon could inhabit the heart of Narcissa?
           “The man whom I marry,” said she, “must first give me some beautiful ear-drops, -- some fine linen frocks, -- diamond buckles for my shoes, and handsome rings for my fingers.”
                    Louis took his carbine – that very carbine which the old solder, his father, had carried in the wars – and set out for the mountains.
           Soon, the fair Narcissa had the beautiful ear-drops, the fine linen frocks, the diamond buckles, the handsome rings, and many things beside.
           Always handsome, always adorned, always  gay, she frequented balls and festivals without thinking of the poor wretch who was risking his life, and his soul’s welfare, in order to gratify the vain wishes of her heart.
           At length, the exploits of the brigand Louis became known at Palermo, and the viceroy sent a detachment of soldiers to seize him. Narcissa, the beautiful Narcissa, sat in her window to see them pass, and smiled upon the young corporal, their commander, who saluted her with his sabre.
                    This corporal was going to attack her lover.
           Hurrah! Hurrah! The soldiers have returned victorious. Louis fell in the mountains, pierced by three bullets.
           Who is it that runs first to meet these cavaliers? It is the fair Narcissa, more beautiful, more decorated than ever.
           The corporal has shown great bravery. He expects now to be promoted, and returns with a rich booty.
           Narcissa fastens on him her most winning looks – those looks which the demon has armed with irresistible power.
           But the loyal soldier is not affected by them.
           “Who art thou, fair one,” said he, “and what is thy wish?”
           “I am Narcissa the fair, and I wish to marry thee.”
           “Begone! Woman without a heart. The last word which the bandit Louis uttered, was thy name – Narcissa the fair; and it was I who shot Louis.”
           From that time neither the young nor the old, neither matron nor maid, would have any thing to say to Narcissa.
           She was compelled to leave the village, and to hide herself in a grotto of Monte-Negro, near which flows a deep stream, which long ago the powerful prayers of a holy hermit caused to issue from the rock.
           Instead of weeping over her errors and repenting, she spent the long day in contemplating her image, as reflected in the watery mirror.
           One day a monk, renowned for piety and benevolence, climbed the heights of Monte-Negro, with the design of exorcising Narcissa; for no one, he said, could act like her, unless she were possessed.
           The holy man found the grotto deserted.
           A boy, who was tending goats near by, told him that early in the day, he saw Narcissa sit for a long time on the bank of the stream, and then rise and throw herself into the water.
           The monk came down and celebrated a mass for the repose of her soul.
           Some may say that she drowned herself to escape from a reproaching conscience; but it is well known that the water-spirit had assumed her countenance, to entice her into the abyss, and to hand her over to Satan.

name of flower

*As many of these English flower names are but little used, the French and Latin synonyms are given in parallel columns.
English flower names French flower names Latin flower names Meaning of flowers
Acacia, Acacia, Acacia, Platonic love.
Acacia, rose, Acacia, rose, Acacia, rosea, Elegance.
Acanthus, Acanthe, Acanthus, Arts.

Almond-tree, Amandier, Amygdalus, Thoughtlessness.
Aloes, parrot-bill, Aloès, bee de perroquet   Small talk.
Aloes, socotrine, Aloès, socotrine, Aloe, succotrina, Bitterness and pain.
Amaranth, Amaranthe, Amaranthus, Immortality.
American Aloe, Agavé, Agave Americana, Security.
Angelica, Angelique, Angelica, Inspiration.
Anthericum, Phalangère, Phalangium, Antidote.
Arum, Gouet, commun, Arum vulgare, Ardor.
Arum, Fly-catching, Arum, gobe-mouche, Arum crinitum, Snare.
Ash, Frêne èlevè, Fraxinus excelsior Greatness.
Jasmin de Virginie, Biguonia radicans, Separation.
Aspen, Peuplier tremble, Populus tremula, Groan.
Aster, china, Marguerite-reine, Aster chinensis, Variety.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


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Friday, November 6, 2009

Garden Designers Are So Much More Than Simple Gardeners

Garden Designers Are So Much More Than Simple Gardeners
By David A Robinson

Garden designers are so much more than simple gardeners. Why? Well, let's examine what the average gardener does first, and then we'll compare it to what a designer can do. The difference should be enough to convince you, and anyone else, that hiring a garden designer really does make sense.
A gardener can be likened more to someone who understands plants and flowers well. They can recognise what a soil needs if it should be lacking something. They can tell how to resuscitate a fading lawn, and they probably will have a pretty good idea about how a garden should be laid out for simplicity and good looks, as well as what is best for the things that grow there.
Some gardeners may be much more expert than that, but by and large that's your average gardener. A designer can usually go much further. They take a more holistic view of the garden. The designer will start with a garden assessment taking every aspect of the garden into consideration before moving on to the planning stage. Nothing will be left out and everything will be given full attention.
A designer is someone who fully understands how a garden works. They will know the kind of plants that thrive best in the area they work in. They will also know which plants and flowers don't work well in your area. This alone can save you a lot of time and money.
The planning of a garden will involve using any key landscape elements to their best advantage. It will look at water drainage, overall soil condition, areas of light and shade, any micro-climates that need protecting or changing, and much more. Good garden designers will include everything possible in the assessment and planning stage to ensure the best possible outcome.
There are many skills a designer needs to have that a gardener usually does not need to have. A designer should be an attentive listener. When you hire one you want them to transform your garden into the dream concept that you have. If they can listen to what you want and temper it with what can happen, discussing the best way forward at every stage, then the designer is doing a good job.
The initial assessment of the garden will reveal what is possible and what is best for the garden. If your ideas can be realised without any problems, then the planning stage comes next. Here the designer has to put your ideas on to paper. A plan is drawn up, tweaked and modified, until you, the client, is happy with the result.
The designer then needs to know which kinds of plants and flowers you would like to have and where. This information may have to be changed a bit in accordance with what will work best for your garden. The designer will accommodate your desires as much as possible, but be led by any advice offered.
Buying skills is a good trait for a designer to have. This means that they know where to get the best deals and indeed, the best plants. This can save you a lot of money and ensure that the plants you end up with are the best in every way. This means that you will end up with the garden of your dreams, because garden designers are so much more than simple gardeners.
David A Robinson
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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Sesame Street


The show's research team developed an annotated document, or "Writer's Notebook", which provided extended and developed definitions of the researchers' curriculum goals. The notebook assisted the writers and producers in translating their educational goals into televised material.[53] Suggestions in the notebook were free of references to specific characters and contexts on the show so that they could be implemented as openly and flexibly as possible.[17] The research team, in a series of meetings with the writers, also developed "a curriculum sheet" that described their goals and priorities for each season, which were divided into four categories: symbolic representation, cognitive processes, the physical environment, and the social environment.[54][note 5] After receiving the curriculum focus and goals for the season, the writers met to discuss ideas and story arcs for the characters, and when a script was completed, the show's research team analyzed it to ensure that the goals were met. Then each production department met to determine what each episode needed in terms of costumes, lights, and sets. The writers were present during the show's filming, which for the first twenty-four years of the show took place in Manhattan, and after 1992, at the Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, New York, to make last-minute revisions when necessary.[55][56]
The Kaufman Astoria Studios, where Sesame Street is filmed.
Joey Mazzarino, head writer in 2008, has described the writing process as a "collaboration".[55] Cooney has called this collaboration an "arranged marriage".[38] The show's staff work to ensure that the relationship between producers and researchers is not adversarial, but that each side contributes "its own unique perspective and expertise".[57] The production staff recognized early in Sesame Street's history that having access to researchers to gather children's reactions and to inform production was a valuable resource. Researchers and production staff were viewed as a team working together to ensure the best possible product. As CTW researchers Shalom Fisch and Lewis Berstein stated, researchers, as experts, acted as "advocates" for children while the show's writers and producers brought their instincts and past successes with entertaining children through television.[58]

Sesame Street has tended to use many writers in its long history. As Dave Connell, one of Sesame Street's original producers, has stated, it was difficult to find adults who could identify a preschooler's interest level. Fifteen writers a year worked on the show's scripts, but very few lasted longer than one season. Norman Stiles, head writer in 1987, reported that most writers "burn out" after writing about a dozen scripts.[59]

Main article: History of Sesame Street

Main article: History of Sesame Street

Up until the late 1960s, the use of television as an educational tool in the US was "unproven" and "a revolutionary concept".[2] In 1966, the Carnegie Institute hired Joan Ganz Cooney to study how the media could be used to help young children, especially those from low-income families, learn and prepare for school.[3][4] Cooney proposed using television's "most engaging traits",[5] including high production values, sophisticated writing, and quality film and animation, to reach the largest audience possible.[5] Cooney suggested creating a program that would spread prolearning values to both viewers and nonviewers (including their parents) that would affect them for many years after they stopped watching it.[6]
Sesame Street custom Children's Television Workshop logo used in seasons 1-13.

As a result of Cooney's initial proposal, the Carnegie Institute awarded her an $8 million grant to establish, in collaboration with Carnegie Institute vice-president Lloyd Morrisett, the Children’s Television Workshop (CTW) and create a new children's television program.[4][7] In 1968, millions more were invested by the Ford Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the US federal government. Cooney began to assemble a team of producers: Jon Stone, Dave Connell and Sam Gibbon.[4] That summer, five three-day curriculum planning seminars, led by Harvard University professor Gerald S. Lesser, were conducted in Boston.[4][8] The seminars marked the beginning of Jim Henson's involvement in Sesame Street,[4] and provided the show's producers and writers with a "crash course in child development, psychology, and preschool education".[9] The new show, called the "Preschool Educational Television Show" in promotional materials, was built around an inner-city street, a choice that was "unprecedented".[10] The producers and writers could not come up with a name they liked "up until the last moment".[11] They finally settled upon the name they least disliked: Sesame Street, although they initially feared that it would be too difficult for young children to pronounce.[11]

Two days before the premiere of Sesame Street, a thirty-minute preview entitled This Way to Sesame Street was shown on NBC. The show was financed by a $50,000 grant from Xerox. Written by Stone and produced by CTW publicist Bob Hatch, it was taped the day before it aired.[12] Newsday called the preview "a unique display of cooperation between commercial and noncommercial broadcasters".[12] Sesame Street premiered on PBS on November 10, 1969.[13] The new show was praised from the start. As writer Michael Davis states, "...It became the rare children's show stamped with parental approval".[14] The show reached only 67.6% of the nation, but earned a 3.3 Nielsen rating, or 1.9 million households.
[edit] Educational goals

As author Malcolm Gladwell has stated, "Sesame Street was built around a single, breakthrough insight: that if you can hold the attention of children, you can educate them".[15] Sesame Street was the first children's show that structured each episode and made "small but critical adjustments" to each segment to capture children's attention long enough to teach them something.[16]

Sesame Street uses a combination of animation, puppets, and live actors to stimulate young children's minds, improve their letter and word recognition, basic arithmetic, geometric forms, classification, simple problem solving, and socialization by showing children or people in their everyday lives. Since the show's inception, other instructional goals have been basic life skills, such as how to cross the street safely, proper hygiene, healthy eating habits, and social skills; in addition, real-world situations are taught, such as death, divorce, pregnancy and birth, adoption, and even all of the human emotions such as happiness, love, anger, and hatred. Also, recently, the Sesame Street Muppets discussed the late-2000s recession with their most recent prime-time special Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times.

Coordinating "the clever use of Muppets and animation" with educational curriculum required what the CTW researchers called "careful thought"[17] and influenced the show's structure. For example, they had to decide how to distribute the letters of the alphabet throughout each 130-episode season.[note 2]

Sesame Street

Sesame Street is an American educational children's television series and a pioneer of the contemporary educational television standard, combining both education and entertainment. Sesame Street is well known for its Muppets characters created by Jim Henson. It premiered on November 10, 1969, and is the longest running children's program on US television.[1] The show is produced in the United States by the non-profit organization Sesame Workshop, formerly known as the Children's Television Workshop (CTW), founded by Joan Ganz Cooney and Ralph Rogers.

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Green Camping - How to Camp Responsibly

Camping can have a high impact on the environment if not done responsibly. Think of hundreds or thousand of campers descending on an area, trampling the plants, camping everywhere, leaving human waste, garbage, visible campfire remains everywhere, and more. Unfortunately it happens.
Camping can and should be done responsible, minimizing the effects on the environment. Here are a few tips to help.
Obviously planning is important. This includes where you'll be camping, what you'll be bringing, how it will be packaged, and more.
Although it's neat to make your own trail and pick your own campsite, and it is appropriate at some times and in some places, in general it's not. You want to reuse premade or already used campsites and use trails that are already there. Obviously you want to carry out anything you carry in. Cleaning supplies, if any, like soap, must be biodegradable. Many appropriate products are available.
Campfires are great, but do cause damage, including possible wildfires. Be careful. Make sure fires are allowable and in general use established fire spots. Make sure your campfire is totally out before leaving!
Leave wildlife wild. Do not feed any wildlife, including birds and small rodents and certainly not bears or anything else. Do not molest the wildlife. Chasing deer or other animals is simply not appropriate. Enjoy the wildlife - from a distance!
Also remember you may not be alone. You may be sharing the environment with other humans. They may not appreciate your group drinking Tequila until 4AM and hooting and hollering, although in some locations that may be OK.
Camping should have a low impact on the environment and with a little effort it is. It doesn't matter if you are a city slicker out for your first night, or a seasoned cowboy or cowgirl, camp responsibly.
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