Dancing With Elephants
Life's always gonna be a three ring circus, so you might as well enjoy it.
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Dancing With Elephants is a weekly, family-oriented podcast magazine from Chicago. Hosts Greg, Tonya, Nikolai (age 8) and occasionally Caleb (age 6) discuss current events and review podcasts, books, computer games, movies, and television shows affecting today's 'trying-to-juggle-it-all' family. A couple of personal family stories and a featured Podsafe song round out the show. The way we see it: "Life's always gonna be a three ring circus, so you might as well enjoy it."
 

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Okay, we're are up to Day 25.  Dennis Gray of 101 Uses For Baby Wipes offered his opinion that in the Day 19 photo, the middle plant, Plant C, appears to be thriving more than the others. I'll agree that it appears to be taller than the other as its stems are long an lanky. However, the other plants appear fuller, which is something that isn't easily discernible in a 2D photo. That said, none of the plants appear to be dying. Anyway, Dennis's observation has been logged. Do you have an comment? Please let us know. In the meantime, please stay tuned.
Category:Microwave H2O Exp. -- posted at: 2:42 PM