Monthly Archives: January 2013

Hamburger Heaven/Smothered Hamburgers/Hamburger Steaks and Gravy

Heck if I can figure out what to call this old, old, OLD recipe of mine.  I got the original out a cookbook called “Typically Texas” collected by the Rural Electric Coo-op members published in the early ’70s.  It is … Continue reading

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Something cool!

Click on this link:   You will see, in real-time, a beautiful moonrise in New Zealand.  I tried the same idea using our cowkids on the hill as the silhouettes.  Not quite the same.  I did take a neat … Continue reading

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Sunny Sundays are THE best!

Today was unusually warm and sunny.  For January anyway.  I think the whole state was outside soaking up the sun.  I know we were. Just as soon as Big Boss aka Paw surfaced from his Sunday afternoon nap, kids started … Continue reading

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I finally figured it out!

No, I don’t have the cure for cancer. And I didn’t come up with a formula that will get children to pick up their toys WITHOUT being told to.  The secret to eliminating dust bunnies forever is still a secret. … Continue reading

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Mike and Paula’s Nanner Puddin’

Still cleaning out my draft file.  Amazing the stuff I’ve written the then stashed away.  For what, I don’t know.  Here’s one lost treasure: Disclaimer: I don’t eat banana pudding.  Never have. Never will.  The following recipes have been taste-tested … Continue reading

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Hobbit-forming vs Addiction

My mind, my mind. Oh how I miss it! When I saw the post about The Hobbit miniature on Frenz’s blog today, it reminded me that not only had I stashed the Mini Hobbit website away “somewhere” in my drafts but … Continue reading

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This is Fantastic

Originally posted on RAFrenzy:
To make the connection to Richard Armitage, please use your imagination, and when you see what has been done, it won’t be hard. Maddie Brindley has made a miniature of Bag End: An explanation and more…

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Recipe Saturday with Chicken and Noodles

Granny’s way, that is.  On the noodles.  The woman made tons of noodles in her lifetime.  Her mother died when she was 11 which meant she had a younger sister, a father and 2 brothers who worked on the farm … Continue reading

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Hawaii Blues/Mandatory Trip Report

Is this the most gorgeous shade of blue you ever saw?!!!  And I took the picture!!  I know.  I’m no Clark Little.  Go ahead and say it.  I know you’re thinking it. Background…we were in Hawaii.  The Big Island to … Continue reading

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Back to Blue

I’m really not particular about my blues as I love them all: aqua, turquoise, teal, powder blue, Tiffany blue, royal, navy….I am a non-discriminating lover of blue! 🙂  But because blue does it for me does not mean I hate non-blue.  Nope, certain shades … Continue reading

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