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What's New at Ancestry.com: November 2012 Edition

Spend a few minutes with Crista as she shares exciting new content collections and fun new tools that have been added to Ancestry.com over the past month.

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I am a subscriber and never got any info on the DNA at the reduced price I just went ahead and ordered it a few weeks ago

The Idea of Ancestry - Featuring Etheridge Knight

The Idea of Ancestry- Artwork and Music by J.A.M - Featuring Etheridge Knight.

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Thank you, added to a playlist...

The Dish: Al Di La's Bagna Cauda, a Dish Fit for a Pope

While the pope is visiting New York City, where will he be eating? The pontiff may want to check out Al Di La Trattoria on 5th Avenue in the Park Slope section of ...

Everything you wanted to know about Family Patterns (Steven Farmer)

Dr. Steven D. Farmer a psychotherapist & international lecturer discusses the who, what, and when of family patterns.

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Thank you CJ. This was really good. I am new to your channel. I was searching for more of Dr Joe Dispenza talks & found you. I have subscribed. Blessings, Liliane
+marycatfish Thanks so much Liliane. Welcome! I'm glad that you are getting something out of the videos. Happy Holidays to you!! You can find many more interviews (more than on YouTube) on www.fireitupwithcj.com.
+marycatfish Hi Liliane, Thanks for taking the time to write in. I'm always curious how people find the show. Tons of interviews (if you are curious) at www.fireitupwithcj.com. Enjoy!!
AMAZING Interview! So much here that I can relate to and put together so well. I can't thank you enough for this amazing piece of work. Will help so many!
Thanks so much for your comments +PunisherUltra .  Not sure if you are in the US or not, but it's Thanksgiving here.  I couldn't have imagined a more perfectly timed video.  As Thanksgiving approaches this interview really helps me realize our ancestral connections.  Thanks again for your comment and support. It's what motivates me to keep doing the work that I do :)

Letting Go of Baggage From the Past with Dr Steven Farmer

We all carry a little baggage from our families with us where ever we go - some carry more baggage than others. You can free yourself from the negative cycles ...

Preserving the Old Corn Growing Tradition - Late Bloomer - #28

Kaye visits with millwright and corn grower Tim Hobbs and his wife Frances in Bon Aqua, Tennessee. Tim preserves the heritage corn and stone grinding ...

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Can't help but laugh some, and say to myself: "What do you make out of grits?" Uh, we make grits.. "so it's more like a polenta?" no, more like grits. Polenta was what we always called cornmeal mush. Thankful we still have Jerry to straighten us out :) //youtu.be/oDyDTPjGmPU?t=25m29s
Hahaha, that makes me laugh, too! Thanks for pointing out the silliness of my question. :) Yes, thanks for the link, and Jerry is a classic. Thanks for watching! I'll check out your channel.
Well now I know how they make grits. Great episode Kaye, thanks so much for making a video on this I learned a lot about the process! Also made me miss TN, that is such a beautiful state. =)
+Debi Lee Thanks! There's even more info on growing corn in my summer garden episodes from last summer. Corn is a heavy feeder, so depending on your space, you can grow beans in the corn, and squash as the Native Americans did. "Three Sisters Planting." Give it a try! If I had the space I would do it again. 
Oh No, Kaye!  I hope they will be alright. Well at least you have time to start over, really hope you don't have to.  =(  Just finished watching your corn growing episode, thank goodness I did.  I had no idea each silk was a kernel.  That is amazing to me for some reason...lol  I think I am a bit more prepared to plant my corn now. Thank you!!!  Hope your day gets better in the garden =)
Thanks for watching Debi! BTW, my seedlings sprayed with 50/50 vinegar water don't look too good today!

The Forsyte Saga ( Novel 2 ) - 40

The Forsyte Saga is a series of three novels and two interludes (intervening episodes) published between 1906 and 1921 by Nobel Prize-winning English ...
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