Monthly Archives: October 2013

Liver Recipes

I don’t know where these recipes came from anymore. I had them saved to my hard-drive on the old laptop. Crockpot Liver – 4 qt. crockpot – 1-2 lbs beef liver- sear quickly in coconut oil – 1 yellow onion, diced – 1 can coconut milk – 2 cloves chopped garlic – 1 tsp curry […]

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So, Today…..

There is a cute little historical house in a nearby town that Pip would like to consider as a venue for her wedding. We’ve made two appointments (the second one during hours they are supposed to be open anyway), to look at it, and have been stood up both times. Phone calls are not returned. […]

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My Son’s New Bed

He doesn’t have it yet, but I think this is what we’re going with. At 6’2″ and probably still with another inch or two of growth ahead of him, he is finding the twin bed majorly uncomfortable. Although technically he’s shorter than the 75″ typical twin mattress, when you lay down you add about 3 […]

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That Awkward Moment

I saw this FB story about a Norwegian couple who found a secret room in their attic, probably dating from WW2.   It was very exciting.   “How cool,” I thought.  “Maybe we should look….”   And then I remembered. We built our house just ten years ago.   on the plus side, apparently, pretty […]

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free4kindle: History; vintage; more

Kindle has a new program- if you already bought hard copies of some books, you may be able to buy the Kindle versions at much reduced rates (sometimes even free!)- see if you have any titles that qualify: Matchbooks!   Daily Deal: Fire from Heaven: 1 (The Novels of Alexander the Great)  This author is […]

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