Please Support Noah


Many of you know I try to support children’s causes in the Dallas area and abroad. This time I have a request that is close to home for me. Please keep in your thoughts, your prayers, and if you can – please – help my friend Jorge, his wife Sara, and most especially Noah in […]


Judas Asparagus


Have you ever wondered how often we take for granted that children “understand” what we are teaching; how do you know? Let’s begin with a little lesson below…(May this bring a smile to your face and a good laugh too)—-A child was asked to write a book report on the entire Bible. Here is what was […]


The Hobbit a fan’s thoughts


Glenn Kenny points out “Point is, 48 fps, and particularly 48 fps in 3-D, is reputed to deliver an image of such stellar clarity that the viewer is apt to feel as if he or she can step into the action.” (http://movies.msn.com/movies/movie-critic-reviews/the-hobbit-an-unexpected-journey/) … and is spot on with that assessment might I add.The downfall is […]


My take on Sweet Potato Casserole


You always hear from people how they “hate” sweet potatoes how they have tried them every different way and didn’t like them.  Now to be sure, there are some pretty nasty tasting ideas on how to make these out there.  But it doesn’t have to be that way.  Nor do you have to get it […]


Error Windowsbase Version 3.0.0.0


Oh how I have not missed you little error message: “The application requires that assembly Windowsbase Version 3.0.0.0 be installed in the Global Assembly Cache first.“ The first time I saw this I chuckled.  I went and looked up to confirm my suspicions and then … verifying I was on Widows 2008R2, I proceeded to […]


Apple Cider Doughnuts


Every fall I recall great memories of leaves, crisp morning air, hiking, warm (and cold) spiced apple cider, baking and laughter.  It’s during this time I start with baking various things.This year I was reminded of trips to the apple orchard in Harvard Illinois.  Spiced Apple Doughnuts, usually warm, sometimes brought home for later.  I […]


Jobs, Obamacare, and America


As I have continually said, I will not get this blog involved with politic’s.This is just a fact as outlined by this article.  Many large companys have started before the elections ran their final course, just in case.This is the effect “Obamacare” is already playing on jobs across America:  http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/grusbf5/good-morning-america-heres-those-layoffs-you-votedPlease, no racial comments are needed.  […]


Posted by on November 9, 2012

Homemade pancakes


Tired of the pancake mix in the box?  Want something a bit more, perhaps with your own touch?Here is a homemade buttermilk pancake mix.  No buttermilk, no worries, we’ll make some … read on.Here’s what you’ll need:1 and 1/2 cups milk1/4 cup vinegar2 cups flour1/4 cup white sugar2 teaspoons of baking powder1 teaspoon baking soda1 […]


Posted by on November 8, 2012

Political post(s)


*in a Captian Kirk voice*…continue … to resist urge … to post … political … opinions.


Posted by on November 7, 2012

Google Field Trip


This appears to be a neat new little app, at least in concept, from Google.  The thought process goes that Field Trip will prompt you about cool things to see/try near you when you are on a trip.  You might find out cool little things about the area around you.The unfortunate part, there just isn’t […]


Posted by on October 2, 2012

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