In the dead heat of summer, with a whopping 98 degrees Fahrenheit ... ok who’s laughing. I hear you in the back there... pipe down for us pacific northwest folks thats pretty bloody hot.
When Gma Fog was young, she lived life at a fast pace and could keep up with herself. Good reflexes and sports were her thing. Now at 62 years old, she thinks, “ Where has the time gone?” In the beginning of life, things change slowly and then all of a sudden, it’s gone. In real life, her mind as well as body see and feel things differently.
Corporal Frank Mitchell didn’t remember exactly what had happened. He was out on patrol, he felt a sudden burning in his lower back, and he fell down. He was unable to move his legs. All around him he realized there was gunfire and explosions. At first he thought he was screaming but then realized it was someone else very close to him. He heard and felt a loud bang and the screaming stopped.
I originally picked up this recipe, “Best Brownies”, from the Columbus Dispatch about 20 years back, and it’s been the only one we’ve used in my home since then. It was posted in my blog, Confessions of a Geeky Mom.
All of us have inner demons that like to remind us of how we can never be perfect. Some are due to things loved ones have said to us. Those things get stuck in your head regardless of the truth.
Sometimes it's hard to find a happy medium when you have young children and adults playing together. You need something simple enough for the little ones to understand, yet interesting enough for older children and adults to enjoy. As much as my children love Hi Ho Cherry O, I just can't do it anymore. So we were all very happy to discover Roll & Play Your Child's First Game by Thinkfun.
Through Captain Fall Damage’s (Foghladha) adventures in his life, he has learned his limits, except in game, where it hurts a little less. My first experience in World vs. World with Fog confirmed it.
These bacon crackers will leave your party guests oohhing, ahhing, and asking what are these tasty little bites?
My wife, Diane, and I decided to go to an early show to see a new movie, thinking the crowds wouldn’t be as bad. We arrived a little early and were talking during the credits about our day. In came a young girl, followed by a man whom we thought was her father. They sat one row ahead and about two seats to the right. As they began to talk, it was clear the man was her father and their family had come on hard times.
My dad wanted to show me a slug. Instead, he opened my world to an entire universe I'd eventually base my life on. Thanks so much for showing me that slug, Dad. If only Jabba weren't such a friggin' jerk.