Monthly Archives: March 2014

Recycling Again

Every now and again, I recycle posts from the early days of blogging. Since maybe three people read them back then, it’s almost like posting a new one when I put an old one up. So here’s one from July … Continue reading

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283 Days Until Christmas

That’s right, folks. I keep thinking of this as the new year, but in less than four minutes, eighty-two days will have passed since the famous Times Square Ball Drop rang in 2014. March is almost over… Where has the … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek At The New Book

I guess technically this isn’t a new book. It’s the one I wrote during the 2012 NaNoWriMo, otherwise known as National Novel Writing Month. Except it’s actually a worldwide writing challenge. Fifty-thousand words during the month of November. Thirty days. … Continue reading

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Not To Wish a Month Away But…

…I have to say it won’t hurt my feelings when March 28th gets here. Why? It’s the last day of the workshop that started on March 3rd. For those of you who follow my Facebook page, you might remember me … Continue reading

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Breads, Biscuits, and Dumplings, Oh My!

***UPDATE*** I tweaked the recipe even more, so now I think it’s pretty much mine. Therefore, I’m going to share the recipe I used here. 2 cups Better Batter All-Purpose Flour, sifted 1 cup milk (add 1 tsp vinegar to … Continue reading

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If You’ve Ever Wondered What the ‘K’ Stands For…

…wonder no longer. Apparently my father loved the name Kristy Kay, so that’s what my parents named me. And for a long time, I hated it. Hated my middle name. Hated the way they spelled my first name. In fact, … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Sucks is Live!

There are so many ways to deal with anger and insults that it would probably take me a month of Sundays to list them all. Fortunately, I have one choice that most people do not. I can send people to … Continue reading

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