While out shopping I pulled into a small parking lot that had several cars looking for spots; and saw this truck. Instead of parking length wise to take up at most two spots it's driver decided to take up four. With how dark the cab is it is hard to tell if there is a person... Continue Reading →
When it comes to taxes here are ten ways to tell you are procrastinating: Even though you don't like to, or normally don't, fold socks; you dump out that large box of socks and fold them. Even though it is snowing outside; you find some yard work that just can't wait to get done. You... Continue Reading →
Typically the advice given to increase the social interaction/engagement on blogs can be boiled down to: Post frequently with quality posts. Be consistent with your posting frequency. Make sure to edit posts for any glaring spelling, punctuation, grammar issues. Go through past posts to see what posts had the most interaction; post similar posts. Like... Continue Reading →
In September of 2017 Equifax announced a cyber security incident had occurred. It impacted nearly 145.5 million US consumers. Equifax gave consumers until January 31, 2018 to sign up for their TrustedID Premier credit monitoring service; and/or to freeze your credit report with them. That deadline is tomorrow. To start the process go to: http://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com Click on... Continue Reading →
A really good use for lemons is to turn them into Lemon Bars. My recipe calls for lemon zest: Here are the finished Lemon Bars, ready to be eaten: Post inspired by: Weekly Photo Challenge Variations on a Theme
The other day one of my relatives shared with me a strange phone call they received. As they picked up the phone they coughed and sneezed. From the other end of the line came, "how are you feeling?" "Fine," they sniffled and grabbed a tissue to wipe their nose. "Who is this?" "Your eldest grandson."... Continue Reading →
July 27th of this year marks my parents 50th wedding anniversary. That means there are 6 months 7 days to plan and execute a celebration worthy of them and this milestone. I’ve read that planning a 50th anniversary is like planning a wedding; minus the wedding outfits. My mom actually has her dress and the... Continue Reading →
"Politicians have to live in the future, because they know they have done nothing but evil in the past." ─Gilbert Keith Chesterton Illustrated London News, June 10, 1933.