Archive | April 2012

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R is for Recipes

One of my most common type of posts are my recipe posts. There are two main reasons for this. First, I like to cook, and I love recipes. I used to buy a lot of cookbooks, and still probably buy more than I need, but thanks to the Internet almost any recipe I might want […]

Q is for Quotes

Another cheat, this may be a bit long to simply call a quote. Taken from Stephen King’s Misery Can you, Paul? Yeah. That’s how I survive. That’s how come I’m able to maintain homes in both New York and L.A. and more rolling iron than there is in some used-car lots. Because I can, and […]

P is for Pictures/Photos (Late Wordless Wednesday)

A few of my personal favorite photos from my Flickr stream. I should probably fix the pink eye, but I’ve always loved her expression in this photo. And though he’s asleep, I really like this picture of my son, Steven Paul Lovely sunset on the farm.  And a picture I probably should be embarrassed about, […]

O is for OUT! with salt!

Ok, I’m stretching to make this fit with O, but it is something I’ve been wanted to post about, and there are lots of ideas for the letter S, so I decided to squeeze it in here. Way back over Christmas break, I had a problem with my foot and wound up at the local […]

M is for Mornings

I used to think of myself as a night owl. In the early days of the Internet, I would be on the old GEnie network until all hours of the night and into the wee hours of the morning.  Over time, that has changed, and though I like a cup of coffee to help kickstart […]

L is for Lucky

I’m lucky to have a wonderful wife, and two children, and all of us are healthy. I’m lucky to have a job, which helps keeps a roof over our heads, food in our bellies, and pays all the other bills to keep us living in our modern lifestyle. I’m lucky to live here on the […]

K is for Kickstarter

In case you haven’t heard, Kickstarter is a web site that allows someone to propose a project, set a funding goal for the project and ask for backers.  If the project reaches its funding goal, the money is collected, and the project moves forward.  If the goal is not reached, no one pays anything and […]

J is for Jumping!

I is for Instagram

Lots of talk about Instagram lately. They’ve only recently added an Android version, and earlier this week they were purchased by Facebook for a billion dollars! I’d downloaded the software onto my work iPad, but hadn’t used it much. Now I’ve got it on my Android based phone, so I’m testing it out a bit […]