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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Today’s Featured Reblog is…The Tiniest Achievements!

Today’s featured reblog is Tiniest Achievements!

The Tiniest Achievements

Ever heard the classic conversation starter ‘If you had a fire, what would you save?’ Imagine if your legitimate answer was ‘well I did have a fire – and I lost it.’ That’s right; you had a fire and now you’re also a mood killer. You’re probably not feeling so good about yourself right now huh?

The Great Bedroom Fire of 2012, as it is fondly remembered today five years on (queue a fire emoji followed by several coloured hearts, you know the drill) wasn’t the biggest of fires in the grand scheme of things. It flamed across the curtains, cracking the window in the process, burnt through a suitcase packed with clothes and a couple of boxes and along the wardrobe. The rest of my small student room was smoke damaged had to be redecorated and carpeted but the remaining objects and furniture were mostly salvageable. I had spent the first term of my…

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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

Life Experiment Blog!

lifexperimentblog

“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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You Could Get a Reblog If You Leave a Link!

images-16Here’s the idea:

I am going to recycle this post from day-to-day and allow readers to leave links to their post in the comments.  I’ll be using this in 2 ways: 1. create link share posts, and 2. each day I’ll randomly pick one blog and reblog it to my readers.  

Here are the basic rules:  

  1. Leave a link in the comments
  2. The time stamp on the comment MUST be for that day.  So you have to leave a comment each day!
  3. It’s that easy!

I’ll pick each day based on the time stamp with the daily winner reblogged the following day.  Be sure to check back and leave a link daily!

Good luck!

 

 

***Please no sexual content, profane language or graphic content.

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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Did God condone slavery?

This is Th3 Platform.

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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Let Life Be Messy

This is Peace From Panic!

Peace from Panic

This past weekend was rainy and cozy. My 23-year-old daughter Mackenzie visited home, which made it even better. Homemade brownies, hot chocolate, magazines, some wine, and loads of laughter.

It poured on Friday. Saturday morning was sunny, so Mackenzie and I wanted to go for a walk. We decided to take a route on the streets, versus a hike in the mountains, since it’d be muddy. I assured Mackenzie it was fine to wear her new (expensive) tennis shoes, as we’d stay in the neighborhoods.

We headed into the mountain area, and were planning to be on the wide, paved road. “But Mom, the trail looks fine. It’s dry, come on, let’s go that way!” So we went. It was fine for about half a mile, until we came to some puddles and sloshy mud. A few more steps, and the whole path was gooey. We trudged through the high wild grass on the sides of the trail, hoping it wasn’t marshland.

The mountains surrounding us were a vibrant green and wildflowers started to…

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