Siri is Not Southern

Who’s My Favorite Today!

Who's My Favorite Today?

The other day I was using Siri on my phone to find some information.  I was quite pleased with her prompt and accurate finds, so I felt the need to thank her.  I said, “muchos gracias Siri.”  But what Siri heard was “muchos grassy us.”  Oh my Southern accent!  Siri is seriously not a Southern girl!  We may break up soon.  No.  Not really.

Sorry Siri, but you are the least favorite today.

Daily tally:

Avery +8/-3, Brooke +9/-2, Kate +12/-5, Siri 0/-1

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Gail’s Baked Pumpkin/Butternut

The Recipe Hunter!!

The Recipe Hunter

TRH Gail's Baked Pumpkin Butternut

Dinner was just simple roast chicken with roast pumpkin, steamed cauliflower, courgettes and roast potatoes. Enjoy

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Quirky Quotes 22.03.2017

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“Never make eye contact with a stranger when you’re having a churro.”

-Rucy Ban, All My Life

*Photo credit: Appalachian LeadershipAcademy

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Just Saying 24.03

Blog of a Mad Black Woman!

Blog of a Mad Black Woman

Sometimes, you just have to close your eyes, count to ten, take a deep breath, remind yourself that you wouldn’t look good in prison stripes, and just smile at the dumbass and walk away.

@rebelcircus

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Curry Pasta Salad

This is MSnubutterflies!

MSnubutterflies

This actually started as a chicken salad. I would make this before heading off to the gym so I would have something quick to grab as I headed to work. I used it to make a lettuce wrap or ate it with celery sticks.

My daughter loves this. It’s one of her favorites. So I started making a pasta salad so there would be enough for everyone. It’s easy and it’s another meal I can make ahead and it’s ready when they’re ready.

It can easily still be used as the original chicken salad just add chicken instead of pasta and enjoy over a bed of lettuce or as I did in a lettuce wrap.

Of course you can always do both. Pasta and chicken if you like. I make it that way for the meat eaters in the house but for me it’s a vegetarian version.

Ingredients

  • 1 Box…

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Meet and Greet: 3/24/17

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It’s the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!!  Strap on your party shoes and join the fun!  

Ok so here are the rules:

  1. Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
  2. Reblog this post.  It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone!
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  5. Share this post on social media.  Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new blogs to follow.

See ya on Monday!!

Paralympian! Equestrian! Warrior! This is Dale Dedrich.

This is Horse Addict!

HorseAddict

I don’t know if Dale Dedrick would describe herself as a warrior but having met her I certainly would.  Dale is like those toys with the weighted round base that no matter how often you knock them over they just come right back up.  But let me start at the beginning.

Dale was 12 when she started to ride. Her mother paid for 10 lessons.  “I was hooked,” she says.  Then her grandmother paid for 10 more lessons. That was the beginning. She worked weekends at the local stable, cleaning tack, grooming horses and ponies. And she was allowed to ride: “Anything we could catch.” So Dale and her friends would catch a horse or pony out in the paddock and leap on without a saddle or bridle. Later she moved on and bought a Thoroughbred off the track and taught him to jump and did…

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WRITING FOR A LIVING AND MORE HENRY VIII

Meet Lucinda E. Clarke!

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Anyone who thinks that writing for a living is a quiet, gentle occupation is just SO wrong. Do you imagine a scene with the writer, coffee by his side, sitting serenely tapping away at the keyboard, pausing only to think for a few seconds before beaming with pleasure and then tapping away again? Wrong.

Writer sitting at keyboard scratching head, swearing and cursing. Types one sentence erases it. Gets up to find missing sock. Sits down again. Reads last few sentences. Child rushes in screaming there is a snake in the garden which has now gone up the drainpipe. Tell child to get gaffer tape from camera box and tape up bottom of drainpipe. Scribble note to husband to flush gutters when he gets home. Drinks coffee. Gets up to make more coffee. Child rushes in to say neighbour’s child has fallen in the pool. Ask is it drowning? No…

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Did God condone slavery?

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Th3 Platform

As Christians we are still fully human in this life. We just have a drastically different destination after we die. We do not have all of the answers in this life and at times, non-believers will hit us with questions that we do not have the answers to. I seek to provide answers to those difficult questions through my writing no matter what aspect of the Bible that the world seeks to discredit. One of the more effective attacks is bringing up the fact that slavery was condoned in the Bible. At a glance, this seems to be a legitimate question of God’s authority as the morally perfect Judge of humanity. In a post-resurrection world where the New Covenant has been established, the super majority of cases of slavery are 100% immoral and condemned by the Lord. In the days of the Old Testament though, there were many instances that…

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