Lonely Condom Seeks Valentine

Valentine’s Day with National Condom Week


Is it any surprise that today is not only Valentine’s Day but also National Condom Week? Not to me. I can see the correlation here. Honestly, can’t you see it?

Here we are embarking on another V-day where expectations are high and demand is even higher. So, she is expecting a great dinner with flowers and chocolates. You may not be ready to give her that ring she wants but you sure want to get into her pants tonight, right? [Read more…]

Helpful Phrases to Use When Writing

Wordy Wednesday

Here is a list of Useful Phrases for writers. It is hard sometimes to come up with that perfect phrase that fits the billet, that completes the thought and rounds off the idea.

I offer you 26 phrases that will help any writer. The words can be moved about, added to or changed in any manner that appeals and becomes of use to the novelist, journalist, blogger or any person who puts pen to paper or uses the keyboard. [Read more…]

Quilt Because It’s Beautiful

QuiltToday is National Quilting Day.

I wonder if you have ever looked closely at a quilt and what it takes to create one? It is a wonder and an amazement to look at those close stitches one after the other, one as close to the other as possible. When I was being taught how to properly quilt, the stitches, I was informed, had to be 13 stitches to the inch. Imagine how tight and how small that is. [Read more…]

Sweet Serenity with Books in Sequestered Nooks

Books Longfellow“The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Whether you like reading while holding a book in your hands or reading on a well lit screen where the words glow at you, you are still a reader of the written word.

A book is a friend and companion as your computer screen or i-pad or reader would be to you. There is a hesitation in some to admit their enjoyment for the practical use of electronic devices to achieve the same pleasure derived from pulp. [Read more…]

Vivaldi to Bust March Doldrums

The-Four-Seasons.jpgSpring fever starts to set in as this is March, when the weather becomes oppressive getting a teeny bit warm then gusts of cold air keep us indoors.

Today marks the birth of one of the most celebrated composers of the Baroque Era, Vivaldi. Best known for his famous Violin Concerto, The Four Seasons, which remains by far one of the famous concertos played many times over. Many orchestras with the most talented of Conductors have attempted this delightful Concerto. [Read more…]