Sunday, January 15, 2017


I had a friend once who regaled me with all the raw details of her sex life on the regular.  She discussed orgasms, the size of her partner's 'package', and how a man made her feel.  I've read various genres of romance all my life, and even watched a porn movie on a dare, but I could never get used to her casual conversations about those sexual escapades.  I'm not a prude, but I was always embarrassed and never knew what in the heck to say. I mean, was I supposed to reciprocate with my own info? Should I have agreed with what she talked about?
Most of the time I just laughed, or tried to change the subject. A few times I even said, "Girl - you're crazy!" and walked away. (lol) Even worse, she got a kick out of my reaction. 

I'm the person who feels more comfy talking about your back pain, your kids, what you ate for dinner, or what you did on vacation. *heh*

Has this ever happened to you? How did you handle it?  Do you talk about sex with your friends?  Does this happen with just young people, or is everyone on board?

Some coupons are more difficult to get than others, particularly those for meat and veggies.  One way to handle that is to write or send an email raving about the product, or to sign up for newsletters.  If they sell it in your grocery store, Fresh Express is really good.  Sign up for their newsletter to get news in advance, as well as coupons you can use.

Saturday, January 14, 2017


Do you need a break, or want to explore that trip you've been dreaming about? US residents who are 18 and over can get that chance by entering the Vita Coco Take A Sip, Win a Trip Sweepstakes for $15,000!  By the way, this drink tastes pretty yummy, and can even be used in certain recipes. Enter online by March 31, 2017.  If you choose to enter by mail, your entry must be postmarked by 3/31/2017.

Entry By Mail: Hand-print your full name, postal address, home phone, and email if any on a Piece of Paper and mail in an envelope to the address listed below:
Vita Coco Take a Sip, Win a Trip Sweepstakes
250 Park Avenue South, Florida
New York, NY 10003
If you're a winner, the grand prize will be awarded as a check for $15,000

Click Here to Enter 

Thanks Sweeties Sweeps

Thursday, January 12, 2017


When I was a kid, the only things I read were romance and Mafia novels. In fact, the very first book I picked up was by Barbara Cartland, before moving on those thin Harlequin love stories. I know, I know.  One has nothing to do with the other, but somehow that's what I was into. (lol)

Fast forward a zillion years later, and I'm still a serious fan of romance/erotic romance with a good mix of motivational,  mystery, thrillers, and cookbooks thrown in.  Despite reading almost anything these days when I have the time, there are certain authors that I read consistently.

These are the people who cause me to go through withdrawal once I've finished a book, having to wait for a year or two before the next release.  There's no need to read a blurb or a review because I'm going to skate, drive, fly, crawl to the bookstore, or hit the send button with a blindfold on because I have to have those particular books.  

Different things attract me to a particular novelist, but the four biggies are authenticity, heart string pulling, (tears or laughter), suspense, or if I can learn something that's unique and thought-provoking.

What about you?  Why are you drawn to a specific writer's books?

The other day at the grocery store, two really cool things happened.  I was given a bouquet of flowers FREE because I was laughing very loudly with two of the cashiers, (I'm sure he really wanted to me to just leave so everyone could get back to work-lol) and I saw someone in Bell Bottom Jeans.
The flowers were lovely,  but I was much more fascinated by those jeans that I used to wear waaay back in the day. I even had the nerve to wear them as Hip Huggers. *heh*
What else did I wear back then that I wouldn't dare be caught in now, even if you paid me a zillion dollars?  Hot Pants!

 Raise your hands if you remember any of these fashion trends from the 70's that are still hidden in your closet. (lol)

You may notice that Hot Pants from the70's, Daisy Dukes from the 80's and  Short Shorts from 2016 are strikingly similar!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017


If you've been reading this blog, you already know that I'm a hardcore fan of amusement parks, and just about any roller coaster is calling my name.   If you're a fan as well, and want to surround yourself with fun & adventure, AND get paid for it, check out these upcoming job fairs for Six Flags.

Six Flags St. Louis  - January 14, January 21 and January 28 from 10am - 4pm 

Six Flags Over Texas - January 14, 21 and January 28 from 10am - 4pm

Six Flags Over Georgia - January 14 (Leadership Jobs), January 21 and January 22

Six Flags Great America in Chicago - February 11 and February 25 & March 4 and March 18 from 10am - 3pm

It may be possible to get a job on the spot, but going online in advance is very much recommended. For those applying at the Atlanta location, it's mandatory.   In addition to working in such an exciting environment, there are lots of extra perks. For more info, and other parks, visit:

Tuesday, January 10, 2017


The other day, I was watching a program on television with a woman who had a three story closet, and it was magnificent!  But I wondered if most of us would want a closet that large or glamourous in our homes, and if so, what in the world would we store there?

These closets would be surely large enough for all my shoes and purses of course, but the rest of all that space could be dedicated to my massive TBR pile. (lol)  It would be so peaceful and relaxing to read a good book and to hide from the rest of the world with no phones or television.  But what about you?  Shoes or books in your dream closet?

This recipe is super simple to make, and you don't have to worry about pie dough or using a lot of your valuable time.  You can bake 2 6-Inch Tortillas in the oven at 375 degrees until toasted, or purchase the crunchy tostadas that come in a package from your local grocery store.

In a medium nonstick pot, combine 1 Tsp Cornstarch with 1/4 Cup Cold Water, stirring to dissolve. Mix in 1 1/2 cups peeled, chopped Apples, (Granny Smith or one of your faves) 1 Tbsp Sugar, 1/2 Tsp Lemon Juice, 1/2 Tsp Cinnamon, 1/8 Tsp Pure Vanilla Extract, and a dash of Salt.  Cook on medium-low heat, stirring frequently, until the mixture is gooey, 10-12 minutes. Remove from heat.  Top each tostada with your apple mixture and serve enough for 2 people. Why not add a dollop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream to make this tasty treat even more fun!
Ironically, he's now the same age that I used to say was really old when I was a kid - lol