3/4 cup uncooked rice1/2 onion1 can of cheddar cheese soup1 small package of frozen broccoli pieces1 teaspoon butter or margarine Cook rice according to package directions. Chop up the onion and saute in butter in a frying pan. When the onion is tender and translucent, add the broccoli and saute 2 or 3 minutes. InContinue reading “Recipe of the Day: Broccoli Cheese Rice”
A color made from the coolness of blue and the heat of redInspires to know, to try, to feel, to createFrom songs of deep purple, purple people eaters and purple hazeTo poems and movies about growing older, but not being old Purple can be fun or serious or romantic or richThe color paints a pictureContinue reading “Poem of the Day: The Color Purple”
Jackson Pollock and Gustav Klimpt are two of my favorite artists. I did this digital collage which was inspired by them both.
My very first thought when I saw this prompt was the song “Animal” by Def Leppard. But for actual animals, I’ve always enjoyed watching the shows on the Animal Planet TV channel. For years, I subscribed to National Geographic. Lately, I’ve been watching animal webcams, like the local Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle and Explore.
1. Which do you enjoy more in bed, pain or pleasure? I don’t care for either/or questions, so I will say both. I like pain that turns into pleasure. There is a fine line between the two. I deal with the bad painful pain that is never-ending. Getting the good sexy pain often overrides theContinue reading “TMI Tuesday: August 23, 2022 Pain and Pleasure”
The simple answer is to act like an adult. How you do that is difficult for a lot of people no matter what their age. Do you take responsibility for your actions, or do you blame others? Do you do the things you need to do without being prompted, or does someone constantly have toContinue reading “Questions from Quora: How do I get my parents to respect and treat me like an adult?”
It seems like my life is, and always has been, concerned with books. I’m either reading them, checking them out of the library, buying them on Amazon, reading free ebooks on various sites, writing books, publishing books (okay, so far it’s just been two, but it’s a start) or altering books. I’m not sure whatContinue reading “Turn the Page”