If you're a blogger that's interested in getting a handle on your craft (or even connecting with an audience!) then this is definitely the challenge for…Continue
One of the lazy things I like to do is listen to storytellers, rather than do the research. So, I listened to the story of how Heinrich Schliemann, a rich businessman, became an archeologist (a new profession) and discovered and dug up Troy. Our guide did make…
Added by Geezerchick on May 24, 2013 at 11:28am — No Comments
It's either really late or I'm up too early.
I decided after tossing and turning the the few minutes in bed, to jump back online, to check my newest Twitter account where I post my hopes and dreams.
Mostly, I post "my nuts itch!" and some guy who says he's a movie director(he has been verified by Twitter!) out in Cali retweets that my nuts itch.
My parents would be so proud if I told them, "Some director who directed Titanic and Avatar…Continue
Here are 5 helpful tips to staying active in retirement! Check out this weeks Blog…
Added by Wafa Masri on May 23, 2013 at 1:38pm — No Comments
It's just been barely over a month and once again you have damaged our car. In the past couple of years you have broken into it at least 4 times and in each case of vandalism you got nothing but a small hand-cart, some cds and worthless lottery tickets. A month ago a back window was kicked out and last night instead of realizing 3 of door-locks were broken on the car you chose the only locked door and broke in that way and…Continue
Years ago I won recognition from The Ottawa Citizen for being one of Ottawa's top sales clerks. Of course I really wasn't a sales clerk-- I owned the business, but I was taught to appreciate anyone that took the time to enter your establishment by my family.
To put another…Continue
Obviously this cheating dude was "3 sheets to the window" after he got caught with his pants down with a woman that was definitely not his wife. After being surprised by her husband the duo take their heated argument to the outside balcony, while a shirtless man can be seen escaping from a third-story window with a knotted…Continue
Wasn't it enough that last year Barbie was outed as a hoarder last year? Well the winds keep changing and toymaker Mattel has announced that Barbie is moving from her California mansion and looking for real estate with a Central Park…Continue
Scenario: You find a ticket to the Central High Hi-Teen Carnival(the year is approximately 1949 so "Hi" has a different meaning in reference to Hi-Teen then it does today!!! HI TEENS!!!!) and you're like, WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
It means, you're going to have to find a date!
(Cause the ticket says ADMIT ONE COUPLE and they don't mean you and your right hand. Yes, I know, it could be translated that…Continue
Is there anything you like better than reaching for a piece of chocolate as you turn the pages of a good book? To me, the two just go together! The only difference is that there’s no limit to the pages you can turn.
We’ve all heard it said that you are what you eat, so I did a little investigating as to how that applies to chocolate. Here’s what I discovered. The flavor of chocolate you prefer reveals your core personality.
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If I thought my chapter on cancer was overloaded, yesterday more pages were stapled in without my permission. My friend, writer Susie Lindau, wrote a blog yesterday called…
When I was a child my father would bring me to many a rural auction where we would sit for hours on hard wooden benches in some old barn while he bought a lot furniture he didn't need. During that period of time I learned a lot and took that knowledge with me every single time I ventured into a thrift shop or an estate sale. I might not be a mathematician, but I can tell you when things were made and how much they're worth pretty quickly.…Continue
Before my husband, the alien, and I travel, we briefly study the language of the country we’ll visit. By briefly, I mean we take the 16 lesson Pimsleur course. I prefer Pimsleur because it is geared to tourist needs. Directions. Culture. Money. Time.
In Greece, for example, we learned how to ask “where is the toilet?” and we were told that in the country people might not know what we mean, so we should ask for “the…Continue
She inserted ‘The Wizard of Oz’ once again into the DVD player while she waited for the phone to ring. Tears were streaming down her face remembering the months that her heart had been full of joy. Love had always been hard for her to receive and she could never understand…Continue
I am sure at this point anyone who has internet access has seen last Friday night's Kitchen Nightmares featuring Amy's Baking Company in Scottsdale AZ, and if you haven't; I put the videos down below for your entertainment.…Continue
Added by ZoomerStaff on May 15, 2013 at 1:02pm — No Comments
Repeat this incantation on the second Tuesday of each month, once for each Windows device. . .
This week Zoomers challenged us to write about a piece of technology you couldn't live without. One might not think what I am about to discuss should be considered, but essentially Dupont's fabric technology for Lycra Spandex created a revolution in women's clothing.
DuPont scientist Joseph C. Shivers invented Spandex's first fibre in 1959 and its first use was in ladies' foundation…
Mother`s Day Sunday, May 12, 2013 m= Mother of Your Child ! O= Oh what a Girl. T= The Love of My life. H= Her beauty is lovely to behold. E= Ever and ever the passion of My love…Continue