Golden Corral first plate turkey,ham,dressing & cranberry,green beans,sweet potatoe with marshmallows and dinner roll plus sweet tea.
Golden Corral second plate fried fish, fried chicken leg,dressing and dinner roll. A bowl of fruit peaches,pears,pineapples and mandarins.
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via The Daily Prompt: November 28, 2019 — J. C. Cauthon, Author
More than twenty years after brutal death Ron Goldman, his younger sister Kim Goldman is determined to keep his memory alive. Twenty-five years after the brutal murders that gave “Trial of the Age,” inquire, the 47-year-old has been investigating the terrible case of his life changed in a wonderful new podcast. entitled “Addressing OJ Simpson.…
via Ron Goldman speaks to a sister 25 years after his murder in O.J. Simpson Podcast — Archynetys
Those of you who drop in regularly will have enjoyed the posts from the archive of retired teacher and author Pete Springer in the last few months. Pete has recently brought out his book They Call Me Mom: Making a difference as an Elementary Teacher, a memoir about his career, in Kindle…so that a wider […]
via Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Christmas Book Fair – New Book on the Shelves- They Call Me Mom: Making a difference as an Elementary Teacher by Pete Springer — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
When it comes to “clearing the air” quite literally, incense of all kinds are wonderful materials to have around the house – whether you like incense sticks, cones or like to burn the actual plants, wood chips or herbs directly on to a charcoal disc. Incense can be used for a number of purposes be […]
via DIY Homemade Incense Cones — Life & Soul Magazine
PROMPT QUESTIONNAIRE by Wendell Berry How much poison are you willing to eat for the success of the free market and global trade? Please name your preferred poisons. For the sake of goodness, how much evil are you willing to do? Fill in the following blanks with the names of your favorite evils and acts of […]
via A heritage to be proud of — Reena Saxena