LynnMy cuz made achar with Granny Smith apples too..n it is so good!! Yes summer is gone already!! take care [ more ]
VillagebelleLynn, we must be twins....Katahar, seim and squash are my fave also, cooked exactly as yours. My hubby like fry baigan, but me, kids and grands all like it curried with chicken! My sister got bumper crops of squash and baigan this year and I benefited greatly! Also got lots of tomatoes from her. I do like my fresh tomato and cheese sandwich for lunch or even dinner. This is the first year in the last 45, when we bought our first house, that I did not plant a garden. I am retired.....but got... [ more ]
Note: This is part one of an ongoing series on emerging retail economies.
Just off the North Coast of South America, tucked in between Venezuela, Brazil, and Surinam, lies Guyana, a former English colony. Although its capital, Georgetown, has a decidedly laid-back Caribbean vibe – it won’t take a first-time visitor more than a few minutes in the country to realize that this is a nation of contrast and symbiosis. Its people are a melting pot of East Indian, Afro-Guyanese, Amerindian and European, and its music, cuisine, and culture reflect these vectors of global influence. But what’s also readily apparent to a first-time visitor is growth. Construction sites are everywhere. Shiny, new buildings are going up on almost every corner. Expats from Europe, Brazil, and Latin America, as well as East Asia, fill the local cafés, restaurants, and lobbies of the new hotels that have been built to serve them. Something is up in Guyana, and it’s something retail executives from around the world should have their eyes on. This small country that few Americans could find on a world map is about to emerge as one of the most important places on the global business landscape.
Don't boycott Guyana news and information--contribute in discussions. People seem to be stuck with linear time and schizophrenics function as a varying of time and that is why we are illogical in our reasoning. If you can contribute to my book sales please tell me how. The way we talk as Guyanese is a good thing because that accomplishes a varying of time as opposed to linear time.
MitwahThe causes and consequences of America's opioid epidemic unfold in this drama following its perpetrators, victims and an investigator seeking the truth. https://www.netflix.com/ca/title/81095069 [ more ]
The secret society don't want me to succeed. I am most sorry for the aliens they have defiled. College students controlling to limit the scope of understanding. Things can't be easy for us because they paid for an education and used my conscience to achieve this without giving me any credit.
LynnI know..i PVR most shows so i can FFWD… i hardly ever look at live for the same reason..to LONG!! Hweart of stoe is on Netflix ..not boring at all..kept me full engaged. i looked at it after midnite [ more ]
Amralactually I do not have the patience anymore to watch long shows. Lately I have been using Pluto TV to watch the older comedy shows, like Andy Griffith, Archie Bunker etc. [ more ]
LynnHEART of Stone.. alia bhatt is Keya Dhawan in her debut Hollywood..not bad! [ more ]
LynnI had a quiet relaxing weekend BM i looked at the movie HEART of Stone…n enjoyed it. I think Alia Bhatt was ok..her debut in Hollywood Yesterday my gf came to hang out after church(it washer 74th bday) ..i bought Chinese from New Cane-grove restaurant for our lunch and another sister joined us Later i made a few sada roti for her to take home as she loves my sada roti ..her dont come out as nice as mine. I made some dhal as well I have a baigan n some bora which i will cook today with bake... [ more ]
LynnSo cool!! ..all d bess B let me know d train journey went … [ more ]
AmralLynn that will be happening in Sept. One week staying in Vancouver and then back on the train (18th-22nd) I already have my eyes on Halifax next year, this is already reserved. And the possibility of Las Vegas and England next year also. [ more ]
Can someone please tell me what is the answer to 9.8M/Sec^2 / (1/60Sec). Sec is seconds. I believe that gravity is preventing the inverse operation of time (reverse time) on the physical act. This prevents self-realization of what is really happening in our lives as we try to understand ourselves as we explain ourselves to others, preventing physical changes that we wish for due to our will.
LynnWell…1 daughter is in Mexico..the lil one going to driving range with Dad n then taking us to. Lunch n probably hang around n watch a movie /TV i will make some cinnamon rolls tonite n coconut buns (dad’s fave) simple joys!! [ more ]
My eldest daughter intro me to it as she was learning Spanish before her trip to Mexico
So i asked her to download it for me..
n im addicted…
the thing is i did Spanish in high sch from form1-3 (1971-74)
I was top student getting 99% (just because my teacher didnt feel anyone deserved 100% so he had to search for a reson to take away that 1%..eg if i didnt cross a T or dot an I or the full-stop wasnt visibible enough..also handwriting!!
unfortunately I wasnt allowed to continue it to exam level because I opted to do Science…it was offered in Arts only.
well I am shocked how much i remember..ie the vocab..
Translation from spanish to English is simple for me..
n the verbs too..ie conjugation
Putting english to Spanish is abit challenging ie to make sentences…
never-the-lessm I managed to move up to emerald levels,( n in the top 3 too ) in a month.
Now it is more difficult..meaning i have to learn it at this leavel..
hubby is laughing at me..wants to know if im planning to relocate to s Spanish speaking country..lol
LynnHi Anta..i didnt know Rosetta stone is free… duolingo is just to occupy my time….my daughter went to Mexico n wanted to learn a bit of Spanish. 1 day she asked me wht Lo Siento means (she knows i did Spanish in sch) . so i asked her if she was learning Spanish n she told me abt this free app. So then i asked her to download it for me. i know abt Rosetta Stone a long time [ more ]
antabantaI've used it but prefer Rosetta Stone because it's more comprehensive and was available free from my public library. [ more ]
This may be the secret of God-an evil god-that silence is unable to make a decision with time when we act thoughtfully of physically. This may correlate with why Hindus worship idols, the idols being silent showing the disability of silence because idols are silent-reflecting that Krishna has a disability. I have pre-diabetes, possibly indicating that my prognosis of silence correlates with this sickness, disabling a physical correction of the body. I am certain that anxiety correlates to this also. People often make decisions silently not knowing the ramifications of my reasoning. It is also possible that our hearts are a prisoner to this when it beats, since we don't hear it. Our watches are generally silent and no one is telling us that this is a fault. If silence makes a decision with time, the spirits may be able to understand life since the soul will become intelligent-enabling it to "hear" us.
LynnAwwhhh..so sorry to hear? dem ole people believed in dem ‘signs’..my Ma was very superstitious n used to to getmad with me whn i paid no attention or dismissed her interpretations. My dad used to teach us differently..he said ‘belief is cure’!! Hahaha so being the smart laec..i used to say, i believe all dat is stupidness..’belief is cure’ for sure!! Well my Ma used to ask me think me education mek me more smart than her!! the sis before me used to wash bhartan n wet up she front part of her... [ more ]
Ramakant-PWere they happy? The marriage must have taken place in the rainy season, just like mine. [ more ]
Irfon AliA friend had an arranged marriage and went home from NY for the wedding in 1981. On the wedding day, some friends went to bring the musicians to the girl's home, but terrible rain caused an accident, and there was no music at the wedding. The girl told her mom that the heavy rain and accident were bad signs, but her mom shut her up and sent her under the maro to marry the guy. I guess the girl had feelings of impending doom. The couple have a wonderful son, and that's the only good thing... [ more ]
LynnMaybe the tattoo wrappers was from chico chewing gums?? My bros made those parachutes.. we made paper boats n put them in the trench to float away .. [ more ]
cainI do recall the numbered caps..vaguely the tattoos. We made parachutes out of scraps of cloth or plastic for our army figures and tossed them in the air or dropped them from a height. I was just telling someone about the red rat sweeties hanging from their tails on a line running across the shop. [ more ]
LynnLol…nothing free these days!! Were in in Gy whn the inside of the sweet drink caps used to have numbers.. i dont quite rem clearly but i. Rem we used to collect the corks ..many times were duplicates but then u could have exchanged with other to get numbers u didnthave alos there used to be a lil iron-on stikcer in those laundry detergent(soap powder) boxes or was it in ‘sweetie’ wrapper?? Or was it a wash-off kind of tattoo? I have this vage blurred image of that little piece of paper [ more ]
LynnSafe trip….pity im far away from frenno..she seh she bzbzbz with gran pickney.. plus she preparing yard for summer garden (pulling weeds) careful with d big truck!! [ more ]
cainBack in the ole days I would come on the forum and find a few night owls every night posting. Earlier hours when you made a post, a reply would hit ten secs later. I'm heading down to T.O by bus and a couple days later, bring up a big ass moving truck. I haven't driven a large truck in years but should be a slice. If I can find some time, I would slide by your freno an bug she lil bit. [ more ]
LynnI used to get so vex whn a certain staff at the mahaica hosp used to start to sing ‘jane engage..’ everytime he saw me.. i was young..22-23 whn i started to visit (job) regularly every 2 wks with the dr n her nurse n social worker this guy..(h was married u know..) used to ‘play fresh‘ wid me n of course me nah tek him on (d social worker used to scold him n tell him to leave me alone as he married etc..but he still did so..jesting) just to upset me n see if he would get me to ‘talk’ ..or... [ more ]
LynnTrue..we used to sing these songs mostly in primary sch …but few yrs ago, someone shared a few on youtube hearing them just takesme back to childhood days.. my fave was n still is..small days is still on me mind!! [ more ]