Month: January 2010

Spotting Coupon Fraud

Southernsavers.com posted a tutorial on how to spot a fraudulent online coupon. I hope it gives you some insight, maybe teaches you something you didn’t already know.

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Delectable Blondies

My husband does not like chocolate, so whenever I make Brownies, I always make him a pan of Blondies. Instead of relying on chocolate for their flavor, they’re all about the brown sugar, giving them a wonderful flavor of molasses, warm and inviting.

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Monthly Reminder ☺

In my post about cancer awareness month way back on October 6th of last year, I encouraged everyone to order a free breast self exam shower card here and to use it. Select a day once a month to do a self-exam. I also encouraged everyone to find a buddy and remind each other to do your breast exams.

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Wordless Wednesday: The Daddy Bear

The “Daddy Bear” – that thing gets hauled all over the place and is slept with like this every night. The front of the ACU shirt says, “Greetings from Sharana” (Afghanistan) His daddy will be home Saturday. :-)

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Essentials: Pots

I’ll begin with the very basics: your pots. Without a pot, you couldn’t cook a meal. Granted, without a frying pan you couldn’t fry an egg, and without a bowl, you couldn’t mix, but there has to be a beginning. And this beginning is your pots.

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Creation: Good Old Young Universe Part I

Vast amounts of time don’t prove Darwinism. However, the converse does not follow. Short amounts of time, young ages, directly refute Darwinism. This is why Darwinists have worked so hard over the last half century to make anyone who believes earth and the universe to be, in fact, rather young look like a quack, a nut, or someone with an agenda.

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