For those of you who have an interest in history, aviation, strong women, or pioneering, you may want to check out the Jerrie Mock podcast. The first season of the podcast gave a day-by-day picture of Jerrie Mock (my grandmother) as she flew around the world in 1964, becoming the first woman to pilot an aircraft around the world!
Collin headed out on the highway. He made it about a mile before the traffic became too overwhelming. He’d picked the wrong time of day to explore the new neighborhood he’d just moved into. The speed demons during rush hour here held no regard for the safety of a lone cyclist…
Erika stood at the edge of the tallest peak of the heavenly plane. Jets of celestial effluvium swirled around the angel as they breathed in the magnificent view, caught between their current home and the planet they awaited entry to. The beautiful being wore the finest garments of shimmering silver, red, green, yellow, blue, and a pearlescent white in honor of the many holidays being celebrated around the globe beneath their vision. Above, Mercury burned in distant quietude, though Erika could sense the silent thunder echoing throughout eternity and smell the sulphuric pops and rumbles of lava from the ever-raging volcanoes.
They were stockpiling toilet paper and canned beans, while I was hoarding newspapers and magazines announcing my title: “The Day the Dinosaurs Ate Me.”
Someone dropped several coins into her cup. She glanced up to nod her thanks, but the person had already passed. That suited Sam fine. She hated it when people wanted to talk. Thankfully, they rarely did…
Since COVID-19 outbreaks became known around here, we haven’t gone to the gym. We’re still trying to squeeze in those workouts and get fitter and healthier, but with my husband being immune-compromised, there’s no way we’re going someplace like a gym. Currently, our membership is on hold as we weigh and balance the benefits ofContinue reading “Are There Any Benefits to Keeping Your Gym Membership?”
The other week, I made banana bread. My husband and I gobbled it down and kind of wanted more. So, I went to the freezer but discovered all the bananas were gone. I did have some frozen strawberries though, so I thought, why not?
Here’s the result of my little experiment – and it is absolutely delicious (and incredibly easy).
Someone just gave us a gently used Nutribullet, thanks to the amazing Freecycle site. So, this morning, I decided to make us a delicious, high-fiber smoothie before church.
This past winter, while I was developing a fun cookbook for Ulysses Press, called Hogwarts for the Holidays, I had the pleasure of creating some fun drinks based on concepts from the popular book series. And that kind of lit something in me.
Now, I have fun creating all kinds of beverage concoctions – all non-alcoholic (since I don’t drink) but still fun and delicious. I avoid using added sugar for the most part as well, so that makes these great for anyone trying to drink something more exciting but low-calorie.
During social isolation times, it makes sense that more and more folks are having issues in this realm – at least if they’re still respecting social distancing guidelines and realize that the virus has not gone away and the numbers are still climbing around the world.
I’ve been passing along tips and trying to engage myself, so I thought I’d pass those ideas along to my readers.