Some days it doesn’t pay to get out of bed. I have had days like this. I can say one guy was really happy he invested in the better trailer hitch system. I wonder, if one of these had happened to you, would you have cried in frustration or swore in anger? Thanks to The Story Reading Ape for posting them. Now I have to go see if there is a few salvageable beers. Hugs
April 10, 2017
April 9, 2017
For people who love to cook, and who feel breakfast is a great meal to try new things with, this reblog is for you. Jamal writes about a lot of different subjects. I recommend a visit to his blog for anyone who has missed out on it so far. This breakfast idea is great and one I have not tried. I will be trying it this week. One of the good things about Ron working nights is he comes home in the morning hungry. I will try this for him. If he likes it as much as I think he will, I might even tell him where I got it from… 🙂 Hugs
So can you tell bread was one of my favorite things before living a low-carb lifestyle? I’m telling you, I could turn anything into a sandwich. Sandwiches – no one in particular – were my favorite food and I’d have them often. That’s why so many of my last meal remixes have included keto bread. It must be a craving coming to test my will.
Today, I put a twist on one of my favorite college brunch items: sausage and cornbread. The original recipe comes from an old friend and roommate. With a single box of Jiffy cornbread mix, baked over cooked, crumbled breakfast sausage, the epic breakfast dish is ready when golden brown.
Instead of using the keto bread recipe to make biscuits or buns, I spread the uncooked dough over spicy crumbled sausage I’d prepared in the skillet. I doused the sausage with cayenne pepper, black pepper…
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April 8, 2017
This is a powerful post that can either dislodge your reality or reaffirm it. It speaks eloquently on a subject that has no right to exist. I hope that everyone who reads it can find the peace in themselves, and that it soothes the body as it does the mind. I wish you well. Hugs
Another rabid dog has rammed his lorry, truck, whatever, into a crowd of passersby. Dead? Several? Injured? More? Where? Stockholm. I searched my memory. Was Sweden a colonial power? No. Involved in slavery? Probably not. Crimes of war? No. Well, some of their descendants conquered England in 1066, but I’m sure there is a statute of limitations on that. Let’s cut to the chase. Once more, a rabid dog has killed civilians. How long will we endure? Until WWIII? The following photos come from my father’s archives. Taken in 1948, they show scenes of Le Havre, a major harbour on the French North Coast, before and after WWII and the Allied bombings.
Place Gambetta, le Havre. The only thing standing after the bombings are the lampposts and the statue on the right, probably a memorial to WWI, judging by its style. Look closely to the right on the…
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April 6, 2017
Sometimes the hardest working one in an emergency is not the humans. I am always surprised at the lengths dogs will go to help humans, the dangers they will run into for us. They have a short life compared to us, but they can give us comfort when no others can. So this one is for the dogs. Hugs
April 5, 2017
April 3, 2017
Thank you Cory for posting this. I loved it. I thought the puppies who jumped in the water and then were like “Oh shit, I don’t like this” were cute. That one puppy was brave, he just took off across the pool. I was sure the cat would get into trouble at the end. Hugs