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shaun-d-landry's picture
Nov.16.2013
Every once in a while Facebook will have what I like to call "Chain Letter Status Updates" Anyone who has a Facebook Account knows these.  If you break the chain of not doing these? Well you are now sort of a Facebook douchebag on your Newsfeed. Chain Letter Status Updates.  Those status...
rina-macasaet's picture
Jul.20.2013
It’s a sign that I am happy. When I double dip into a jar of peanut butter it’s for a good cause. A reward worth the calories! Nothing like watching Friends on DVD enjoying my lollipop of peanut butter.   They say that double dipping will spoil the entire batch. I don’t believe it! I’ve been...
alex-fraser's picture
Mar.22.2012
Warmer today, perhaps a sign of the rain to come.     We had a visitor in the early afternoon in the form of Buddy the tiny toy poodle, belonging to a friend of Son Guy.  Bud E. Pup, as I sometimes call him, has had literally a bad break since we last saw him.  The person...
alex-fraser's picture
Feb.02.2012
 February 1, 2012 The day was fraught with all sorts of good and ill.    Son Guy's money had not come in, and he was unhappy. I called the bank, and was informed that the deposit had not been made -- but would be made by tomorrow.    My doctor called and advised me to have...
rebbecca-hill's picture
Jan.12.2012
This morning I had oatmeal. I like that it has health benefits. That’s not why I’m drawn to it, but it’s a nice bonus. But then I feel guilty; am I not reaping the benefits when I add a pat of butter and a good dollop of brown sugar and so much milk that I can drink it? It’s mostly the butter that...
holly-clegg's picture
Apr.10.2011
My favorite peanut butter cookies are actually in my Diabetic Cooking cookbook.  With just a few ingredients this is my go-to recipe for my Peanut Butter craving.  I don't use any sugar subsitute in my sweets as the American Diabetic Association told me I didn't have too.  This cookie, diabetic or...
carol-i-hoenig's picture
Jul.15.2009
  Just yesterday I had a hankering (Don't you just love that word, hankering?) for the kind of lunch my mother sometimes made for my siblings and me when we were children. So, instead of the usual apple and cheese slices or tuna on lettuce fare that I normally prepare for myself, I decided to cater...
j-r-reardon's picture
Jan.26.2009
 Good morning everyone!   The first draft of Confidential Communications was written over a decade ago.  It has only been about seven months since publication, yet many readers are noticing even more parallels between the book and our current world.  Whether we are looking at the Bernard Madoff...