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Blogs I follow
- Annie and the Little Pinch of Salt
- Blonde moments
- Confessions of a Modern Gentlewoman
- Dave: The blog
- Delectatio Morosa
- Farting through my Fingertips
- homo escapeons
- It's a Dog's Life!
- liars and lunatics
- My salad dressing days
- Paul. Because 'Paul' is a nice name.
- Really Quite Useful
- The seed of reason
- Timorous Beastie
- under the duvet
- When the Glitter Fades in the Morning
|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Introduction||Breeder, baker, home-maker|
|Interests||Frightening men, Rowing, Reading, Gardening, Music, Painting/Drawing, Politics|
|Favorite Movies||Star Wars, Sense and Sensibility, M*A*S*H, Dogma, Contact, The Graduate, Tom Jones, Muppet Treasure Island, Lawrence of Arabia, Billy Elliot, Truly Madly Deeply, Shine|
|Favorite Music||Simon and Garfunkel, The Indigo Girls, Mozart, Vivaldi, anything written before 1600, Queen, Meatloaf, Flogging Molly|
|Favorite Books||Jane Eyre, Pillars of the Earth, Stranger in a Strange Land, The Once and Future King, Ender's Game, the Cantebury Tales, Lord Peter, Time Enough For Love|
If mud is dirt plus water, what is clay?
There are 3 kinds of soil particles: sand, silt, and clay. Sand particles are very coarse, silt are somewhat fine, and clay particles are extremely fine. These particles are all inorganic, but most soil contains organic material as well. That which is commonly referred to as 'mud' is a mixture, a 'loam' of diffent types of particles and espeically organic matter.