To quote George Takei, Oh My! Our favorite Holiday Ho has escaped and is taking Vegas by storm! Something tells me that town won't be the same. I know the bartender at Hogs and Heffers won't be forgetting her anytime soon! She is quite the little drinker our Cleo, I have made jokes about drinks … Continue reading Cleo Has Escaped!
It is not secret I have an addiction to smoothies. This year I got a new NutriBullet for Christmas and it is no exaggeration to state I have used it every day since I got it. Most of my smoothies have a green base (spinach or kale depending), one other vegetable, fruit, sometimes a nut … Continue reading Tropical Creamy Smoothie
Disclaimer, this book is not for the squeamish. If you can stomach CSI type shows then you can get through this book. However, knowing that the stories you are reading are about real people does make it a little tougher to take. Now onto the review. This book is singularly fascinating, slightly outdated (published in … Continue reading Dead Men Do Tell Tales by William R. Maples, Ph.D.
As part of my recent redo of my craft area, I knew I wanted some colorful (read pretty to look at) storage boxes to go into the shelves of the new craft table. I also knew that I would get sick of them eventually and wanted to be able to swap them out. This meant … Continue reading Customized Storage Boxes – The Cheapskate Way
This past weekend my foster dog got adopted. It is a bittersweet time for most fosters as you do get attached to the little fur balls! But at the same time you know they are going to a caring home and that is after all the point! Now I got a progress picture of the … Continue reading The Perspective of a Dog Foster
Until recently my crafting area was less than ideal. I had been using my grandmother’s old kitchen table with storage containers underneath it. Side bar – round is not the best shape for a sewing table. It is really hard to have the sewing machine far enough forward and still have enough space on either … Continue reading Custom Craft Table
This recipe was inspired by my Thai Peanut Chicken Satays, a recipe I found on Pinterest for zucchini noodles, and the vegetables in my fridge. I had a craving for peanut sauce, a need to bring a dish to share for a New Year’s Eve party, and a bunch of seemingly random vegetables in my … Continue reading Ginger Peanut Vegetable Slaw