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MOSES AND THE RED SEA by Dr. J. Mariano Anto Bruno M. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 13 Feb 2011 8:44am Nine-year-old Joey was asked by his mother what he had learned in Sunday School. 'Well, Mom, our teacher told us how God sent Moses behind enemy lines on a rescue mission to lead the Israelites out of Egypt . When he got to the Red Sea , he had his army build a pontoon bridge and all the people walked across safely. Then ... Read on »
Red Sea Bound by Wishing4one Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 12:00am We are so going to Dahab this weekend. I feel it'll be fine for me and your comments helped me solidify my decision, thanks. All we do in Dahab is lounge by the water, walk alittle, well alot, but this time I will take only short walks. So loungin' on the Red Sea, feeling like a Bohemian traveler will suit me just fine for a few days ... Read on »
Red Sea Bound by Wishing4one Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 4:31am We are so going to Dahab this weekend. I feel it'll be fine for me and your comments helped me solidify my decisionthanks. All we do in Dahab is lounge by the waterwalk alittlewell alotbut this time I will take only short walks. So loungin' on the Red Seafeeling like a Bohemian traveler will suit me just fine for a few days I think. ... Read on »
Cultured Vegetables: "Red Sea" Sauerkraut, Pickled Pearl Onions, Pickled Beets (gluten free, vegan, raw) by Kim Christensen Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:03pm More lacto-fermented fun!  I was so happy with my last batches of cultured veggies I had to do more.  I've been compiling this post for a while, and am finally getting around to posting it. I am following the basic proportions and techniques from Nourishing Traditions, with the exception of the whey - I haven't yet gotten around to strain ... Read on »
Addis Red Sea: Boston, MA. by Peas in a Blog Posted Tue 21 Aug 2012 1:02pm We went to Addis Red Sea last week in Boston. I was really looking forward to it because we had a Groupon and I love Ethiopian food. Overall, it was okay, but I was a little disappointed. In terms of food, Lucy Ethiopian Cafe was definitely better. The decor in Addis Red Sea definitely feels more “Ethiopian”–so that’s a plus. We were a ... Read on »
I Love Boston Project: JFK Museum and Addis Red Sea by Kelly W. Posted Sun 24 Feb 2013 7:50pm Did you think I forgot the I Love Boston Project ? I didn't! I just needed a little Staycation to get back to it.  On Thursday Eric and I decided to go check out the JFK Museum. I hadn't been there since I was probably in second or third grade on a Brownies field trip. All I could remember was an awesome dollhouse version of the White Ho ... Read on »
Ethiopian Food @ Red Sea Cafe by Stephanie Chung Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 12:37am I had a really interesting meal tonight at the Red Sea Cafe. It is a family-owned business that serves authentic Ethiopian food (at least I think it’s fairly authentic since I’ve been told that Ethiopians often eat here as well). The menu is fairly simple.  You have a choice between lamb, beef and vegetable entrees. And f ... Read on »
Not Since The Parting Of The Red Sea by Alicia D Posted Wed 15 Aug 2012 12:12pm I have been laying low the past few days, venturing out less than usual now that CB's summer program is over and four girls are home all day long.  Daunted by the idea of managing CB on errands and libraries and social events, I've edited down our running around to all but the necessary outings or the ones that CB enjoys, such as going to the poo ... Read on »
Pharaohs and Red Sea impressions by ci4me2007 Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 6:32pm In order to justify this posting on this blog, I would like to say that anyone on the brink of deafness who suffers conditions like hyperacusia, tinnitus and/or extreme fatigue would probably benefit from an exotic trip. It will help for thinking about other things than “the condition”. I can testify that I feel somewhat better, I nee ... Read on »
Red Sea by Nadja Y. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:53pm *Inspired by Brain Cheese and some horrific cramps. Disclaimer, not a palatable topic for some, especially the males reading this bog. Proceed at your own risk. Too long I have walked this path of darkness and pain. I get trapped in this uncontrollable state of mind where I can almost hear the thoughts of others but I wish I could turn it ... Read on »