A Note About My Blog

a9d56-12144234_924065451006890_590919725_nMy blog unlike my Facebook timeline is where I tend to be more open and authentic. Unfortunately you have to censor yourself on Facebook because some followers there don’t always agree with you on politics, religion, sports, etc.

Here I do reserve the right to express myself, less filtered. I will share more here than I will there. Even though we won’t agree 100% on everything we will have more in common and be respectful of each other’s differences.

Bloggers tend to be more thoughtful, caring and passionate. We also work on making the world a better place, although we do it from different perspectives. It’s OK to disagree but it seems that we tend to have productive dialogue and conversations in the blogosphere.

I salute each of you for being who you are and how you were made. You are an original and you share the best and worst of you and it shouldn’t be any other way.

Blog Platform Blocking

adblock_236247622-thumb-380xauto-3929Every blogging platform should have a blocking feature as to protect people from unnecessary harassment and hate. Too many folks out there are ridiculed and bullied for no reason at all. Protecting one’s heart and soul online is imperative these days. We can’t take any chances especially with younger folks who are the most vulnerable. One day I hope WordPress will have such a feature. We cannot take any chances in the world in which we live.

The East Coast Snowstorm From Space

NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly is spending a year in space and took some amazing pictures of the snowstorm that is blanketing the east coast of the United States. He captured some amazing images from on high.

Frittata Muffins

This is what we had for breakfast this morning. Its a easy recipe that fills you up and keeps you going.

The Soup Diva

It’s a frittata! It’s an muffin! It’s a delicious grab-and-go breakfast!
  • 8 eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 2 cups frozen shredded hash browns, thawed and drained
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheese
  • 1 cup total fillings (whatever you would put in a frittata or omelet — meat and/or veggies)
  • Salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste
Preheat oven to 375 degrees (350 for dark pan). Cook any meat you are using if needed (this recipe is the perfect opportunity to use leftovers or pre-cooked meats!) Spray a 12-cup muffin pan very well (bottom and sides) with cooking spray. Divide hash browns equally into each cup, sprinkle with salt, and place in oven to brown a little (10-15 minutes; use this time to dice your fillings and beat the eggs, milk, and seasonings together). Remove muffin pan from oven; sprinkle cheese, then meat, then vegetables on top of potatoes in each cup. Pour the egg mixture over this…

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Post Something New This Weekend

If you haven’t posted to your blog in awhile make this the weekend to share some new things. It can be a picture or a 3-4 sentence paragraph or a favorite video. Catch your followers up with how life is going. So good people what’s new with you and your world?