Recipe: Sweet Potato Chili Boats with Avocado-Lime Sour Cream

I’m a fly by the seat of my pants kind of cook, so I quite literally threw this recipe together in 2 hours, from concept to the table.  I have to pat myself on the back because these chili boats came out AMAZING!!  It satisfied every craving you could think of, and while it’s hearty

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What Living Alone Has Taught Me

Almost two months ago, I moved into my own apartment… well, I still have one roommate: Zuko, my cutie pie bunny, who is very much loving the new house I built him, and the freedom I give him to roam.  Besides Zuko, who loves to boss me around, it’s just me.  I’ve always lived with

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Tribal Rites of a Travoltaholic

Hello, my name is Sandy, and I’m a Travoltaholic. (I seriously should trademark that) The problem started when I was about 3-years-old and I was first shown the 1978 musical classic, “Grease”. I’ll admit the first time I saw it, I cried. Not for the reasons you think. They weren’t happy tears! Everyone in the room was singing to me and I was incredibly embarrassed. I declared I hated “Grease” right then and there. The memories are fuzzy from that age so I don’t know how I went from “hating” that movie to falling in love with it… and the film’s leading man, Danny Zuko, but by 4-years-old I had found my first love. “Grease” was the only word for me and I watched the movie every.single.day. But the love of Danny and Sandy wasn’t the end of it for me.

Animals are NOT Gifts, They’re a Commitment!

It’s that time of year again… when parents, grandparents, aunts, or uncles think it would be “cute” to get their child an easy to manage holiday-themed pet!  Do you think a bunny would make the perfect gift for Easter? Well, I’m here to tell you DON’T do it, unless you are fully prepared to care

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