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Six Women of Salem book review

In American History class we had to read a monographic (a very long freaking book about a single subject in history). As a horror buff and purveyor of the macabre I chose the Salem Witch Trails of course. Attached is my first attempt at a (decent length) college paper. I hope you enjoy, footnotes and all! Book review Read More »

Registered for 2015 spring semester

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Registered for spring semester classes. Excellent mix: Anatomy, Intro to Business, Environmental Ethics, Core Concepts in Health Sciences, the PE triad, Beginning Sea Kayaking and Crevasse Rescue Techniques as shown in the picture. Can’t wait! ‪#‎MidlifeinCollege‬ Read More »

Garlic dill pickles

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Often called kosher-style dill pickles, these are quick to make. Use either small whole cucumbers or cut large ones into quarters. For an additional interesting flavor, tuck in a small dried red pepper into each jar. We always try to get pickling cucumbers in the short summer months here in Alaska at the local farmers markets. This year we picked ... Read More »

Pickled garlic

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I am glad I am not a vampire. I love garlic on everything! Recently Michele and I tried out a pickled garlic recipe. Here it is: Prep 45 minutes Cook 15 minutes Ready in 21 days Ingredients: 1/2 pound garlic, peeled 1 large red bell pepper, chopped 2 cups distilled white vinegar 2/3 cup white sugar 1/2 teaspoon ground dry ... Read More »

Walmart Layaway

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  It’s that time of year again. Walmart layaway! Just when you thought it was safe to shop on every other day of the year EXCEPT that Friday after you have gorged yourself on bird, the worlds largest retailer has brought back memories of Christmas past when you could load up a cart and take it to the back of ... Read More »

Midlife Crisis: Big Changes

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A lot of men make a change or two when they reach the half way mark in the journey we call life. Some buy red sports cars and pursue online dating services for the younger gal. Others all the sudden start saving for retirement that they have neglected to think about for the first twenty years of their working lives, ... Read More »

Dog Works Radio presents Rob Gutro

Join host, Robert Forto as we welcomes author, Rob Gutro, to talk about his new book, Pets and the Afterlife on Dog Works Radio. On this episode we talk to the author about the importance of grieving, what life energy is, how our pets communicate with us after they have passed and much more. Learn more about our guest here: ... Read More »

The Dog Days of Summer

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Here in the land of the midnight sun, the mosquitos are out and the dogs are enjoying their vacation. They spend their days lounging around in the barking lot and wishing for the colder days when training will start again. We are truly in the dog days of summer here at Team Ineka. That does not mean that nothing is ... Read More »

My daughter is growing up too fast!

It seemed just like yesterday my little girl Nicole would rock out to White Zombie with a sippy cup in one hand a cookie in the other in her car seat as we travelled down the mountain into Denver to run errands. Now she is growing up to become a very smart, beautiful young lady. She is entering her senior ... Read More »

Perfect Pan Steak

• First, ask your butcher for a 3.3-pound well-marbled bone-in ribeye in vacuum packaging. The bone is important, because it helps to keeps the meat moist. The vacuum part is important too, because it will avoid oxidation. • Put the meat out of the fridge at room temperature (not in a hot room, just normal temperature) for 24 hours inside ... Read More »