Tuesday, November 15, 2016

While many of the sites I have used in the past no longer exist, I am still using KDP as a source of income and still make a passive income even though I haven't added anything in months. There are still hundreds of ways to earn with writing.

Some are offline, but you can apply online through queries to see if you can get accepted to various magazines.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Q is for Quincy

The TV coroner show that I grew up with is "Quincy." That is what I am watching on Netflix. "Body of Proof" is today's equivalent of "Quincy."

"Crossing Jordon" filled the coroner gap between "Quincy" and "Body of Proof." If you're into these types of shows both "Quincy" and "Crossing Jordon" can be seen on Netflix. As for "Body of Proof," you will have to find it on your own since I haven't kept up with it. Sorry folks.

Friday, April 19, 2013

P is for Planting a Garden

Planting a garden during the spring is one my favorite past times in the spring. However, this year spring isn't springing fast enough for me.

I'm past ready to get out there in the dirt and plant my vegetables and flowers. Are you ready to get started on your garden?

Thursday, April 18, 2013

P is for Pepsi

Seems I am on a junk food, sugary craze with the last two posts and this one. Pepsi is one, yes one, of my favorite sodas.

Laverne, of "Laverne and Shirley," loved her Pepsi and Milk combo. I suppose in a sense I have tried that since I like Pepsi floats with vanilla ice cream.


O is for Oreos

Since the previous post was about Nutella, this post has to be about Oreos. Yes, those chocolate sandwich cookies where you twist them apart, lick the creamy middle out of, and eat the rest.

Single stuffed, double stuffed, white, and seasonal filled cream cookies. Get your oreo craze on!!!!

N is for Nutella

I haven't ever tried Nutella. Some people who are on my Facebook friends list swear by this bread or whatever you want to smear this nut spread on.

Well, I don't know what else to say about Nutella since I've never tried it and suspect I never will. For those who like or love this nutty with a hint of chocolate spread, check out the site below for some recipes.

World Nutella Day

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

M is For MandMs

Yes, that little candy that supposed to not melt in your hand. The chocolate little yummies that will knock out any bad mood.

M&Ms that can be eaten as they are. There are ones with peanuts, pretzel, and rice filled middles. Then for those who want to step out of the norm, put them in your cookies instead of chocolate chips or with chocolate chips or even put them on top of your favorite ice cream or sundae.


M is for Mischief

Mischief can be a fun thing. It can also be a bad thing.

Making a little mischief as long as it isn't hurting anyone in any way is fun and okay in my book. It's when it goes to the harmful route it's not a good thing.

Be careful with your mischief and have fun folks.

P.S. This is not a bad attempt of anything in light of the Boston Marathon. Just my M catch up.

L is for Lumpy

If you haven't heard, Frank Bank, the man who played Lumpy Rutherford on "Leave It To Beaver" passed away. He joined the 2013 deaths of celebrities, like Jonathan Winters, Annette Funicello, Roger Ebert, Jane Henson - you know the ex-wife of Jim Henson, Peter Banks of the band Yes, Paul Bearer -- real name William Moody, Bonnie Franklin of "One Day at a Time," and a slew of others who have passed away in the past three and a half months.

We are losing some great people who have given us joy during most of our youths.