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Art, Paper Rules and Meat Storage

Here are a few recent articles on some disparate subjects.  I need to write more of a bloggy type thing here, but it’s been too chaotic around here for much real updating.  I will do it soon, I swear.  It won’t even have links…well, maybe.  We’ll just have to see, won’t we?

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5670570/beginners_art_class_art_supplies.html?cat=46

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5670828/does_wide_ruled_or_college_ruled_notebook.html?cat=46

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5694580/how_to_safely_store_and_cook_meat.html?cat=70

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Recipe for The Perfect Cake Show

Recipe for The Perfect Cake Show.

Getting The Most From Your Grocery Budget

Getting The Most From Your Grocery Budget.

This Blog is Really Dusty

It has been some time, I realize.  I’ve been under the weather, out of sorts and generally up to my neck in personal drama for the past several months.  My teeth are my current enemy and they fight dirty (no matter how many times I blast them with fluoride and burning mint-less mouth wash).

I have been continuing my pursuit of writing for a living, but the going is slow.  I continue to write, pretty much daily, and I get paid for most of it, so that is definitely progress from when I started this baby.  I haven’t tried to send out a manuscript in a while because of all those issues I mentioned above, but I have been working on my fiction, still.

Got2BeGreen is still chugging along, and I continue to be pleased by my association with them.  I am now a Featured Craft Contributor on AC, which means I have to publish 1 crafting article per month that is not an assignment, like this one on Papier-mâché, and I get 3 craft assignments per month.  I also continue writing at TB, though I am not generally acknowledged on the final product.  That’s ok.  I don’t write for the recognition, really.  I write for writing.  I get paid to do what I love.  I don’t need to engrave it.  It’s really, really great when I can, but I don’t have to.

I am still in frequent contact with my sponsored child, still making odd things and cooking lots of brilliant yummies from scratch, like sour dough bread and molten chocolate cakes (which taste like they are made from the tears of angels and unicorn laughter, but are not) and strawberry cake with clotted cream & berry filling…is it me or is it hungry in here?

I have learned a new craft or two, made a few new friends, and read many books.

(Lindsey – sorry I didn’t get a chance to respond sooner.  My blogroll is really for me, so I put them under names that are significant to me, so I’ll remember what they are.  Thanks.)

Sourdough Starter Made Simple

A simple no-waste recipe for sour dough starter.
By Eloah James |  Published 2/17/2010

Texas Vegetarian Dining

Here are five of the top places for vegetarians and vegans to eat in the Houston, TX, area.
By Eloah James |  Published 1/18/2010
Here are six of the top places for vegetarians and vegans to eat in the Austin, TX, area.
By Eloah James |  Published 1/18/2010

Ghosts & Dishes

Sage Paranormal Advice

I’ve had a few paranormal experiences in my life, but I tend to try to find everyday reasons for it. I’ve been unable to find a logical explanation for the following events, but these events are unique to me, in that I took action and the events stopped.

By Eloah James |  Published 11/12/2009

Cheap and Eco-friendly Dish Washing Soaps

Natural Tropics is obviously natural, but it also uses no animal testing, is biodegradable, and comes in a bottle made from recyclable plastic, with a convenient flip cap lid.

By Eloah James |  Published 11/9/2009