A Cautionary Tale of Hosting and Bandwidth Sucking Plug-ins – Plus a Friday Blog Hop

Having your site – in this case my blog – out of commission for two full days is not cool. Especially when the hosting site you’ve been with for more than ten years has no viable way to contact customer … Continue reading

Farewell to Friday for a Temporary Hiatus

This week sure flew by fast, didn’t it?  I’m sure it has something to do with Princess Nagger officially being on Summer Break, the hubby’s whackadoodle schedule, and me trying to figure out where in the heck to start the … Continue reading

Menopausal Mother Nature is having Hot Flashes again, Front Porch Update and Wino Competition Results – Friday Fragments

This week went by extra fast – most likely because Princess Nagger was off school on Monday.  This is her very last full day of school for the year – she has to make an appearance for two whole hours … Continue reading

Country Stars Shine Bright: Friday Fragments

Hallelujah for Friday!  Princess Nagger’s especially happy since it’s a three-day weekend for her, and next week is her last week  of school.  This year seemed to fly by extra fast – I really need to stop blinking so it … Continue reading

Orphan Black Phenomenon, Princess Nagger’s Artistic Mad Skillz, Office Supply Art Fun

Friday arrived very quickly this week – I kept thinking yesterday was Wednesday because Princess Nagger was off school for her final Teacher Inservice day, so I was off-kilter by one day all week.  I like when Friday arrives faster … Continue reading

Kaley Cuoco is Adorable even with a Helmet Head, Princess Nagger Frog-Watching: Fragmenting for a Clean Brain-Slate

Friday is pretty much everyone’s favorite day of the week, isn’t it?  The portal to the weekend, it’s usually more casual and less stressful than the other days of the week.   Princess Nagger is a little easier to get up … Continue reading

Having fun on National Pretzel Day in a Friday Fragments kind of way.

Today it happens to be National Pretzel Day!   Centuries ago, Catholic monks created the first pretzels from scraps of leftover dough.  The unique knot shape represented the Holy Trinity, but the significance of this symbol has evolved over the course … Continue reading

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