Easy Canning Recipe: Corn Cob Jelly #SundaySupper

Easy Canning Recipe: Corn Cob Jelly #SundaySupper

Saving Summer is the theme of our #SundaySupper today and it’s something that’s pretty near and dear to my heart. My garden is constantly over flowing with fruits and veggies that I can’t use up fast enough. Last year we had an over abundance of banana peppers and blueberries. This year it has been strawberries, blueberries and corn. Yes, corn. Welcome to my world. I live in Missouri and it’s pretty abundant here.
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Beginning a Writer’s Resume Part Two

Ok, in the previous article Beginning a Writer’s Resume – Part One, we took a look at the first three sections of your writer’s resume. Now we need to go past that. WORK HISTORY: Your work history might have absolutely nothing to do with the job you are seeking or with your writing at all…. 

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Help! I need a Writer’s Resume

When faced with the challenge of creating my own personal writer’s resume, I panicked a little. In fact, I probably panicked a lot. Sure, I have a regular resume. In fact, I have two. One for any administrative positions I apply for, because I have experience as an Office Manager and one for a teaching… 

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I Need a Writers Resume

When faced with the challenge of creating my own personal writer’s resume, I panicked a little. In fact, I probably panicked a lot. Sure, I have a regular resume. In fact, I have two. One for any administrative positions I apply for, because I have experience as an Office Manager and one for a teaching… 

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A Writers Resume

Hey happy writer’s – I stumbled across a thought today. I don’t have a writer’s resume – do you? If you do, what the heck do you put on it? I did extensive research on the whole thing trying to figure out how to list the articles I’ve written. I’ve also ghost written several things… 

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Email Forwards

My friend Cyndi, much like myself, does not really believe in forwards. It is quite rare that I ever forward any (delete key anyone?) but every once in awhile I will find one I have to share. Same with her. Well today she sent me this one and I almost deleted it before actually reading… 

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Funny Email: Forward This to a Million People

My friend Cyndi, much like myself, does not really believe in forwards. It is quite rare that I ever forward any (delete key anyone?) but every once in awhile I will find one I have to share. Same with her. Well today she sent me this one and I almost deleted it before actually reading… 

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Writing & Disgruntled Employee’s

Recently, there was this huge uproar on my WAHM message board that I frequent. It’s essentially a young woman who is a freelance writer like myself. She was complaining because her check was “late” and she feels that she should get paid via paypal, as well as twice a month. In addition she is unhappy… 

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A Beautiful Day, A Beautiful Life

Do you ever wonder why things happen the way they do? I’ll be the first to admit, I was so bad about this. Everytime something happened I had to know why it happened and if I couldn’t control it somehow, I went nuts. And then something happened. I opened my eyes and noticed that God… 

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Chopping It All Off

My sweet little girl has been bugging me for awhile to get her hair “chopped off”. Her hair is so long (almost to her butt) and other than keeping it trimmed that length, I’m just not ready to say goodbye to it. I don’t much have a choice anymore though. I finally let her have… 

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Chicken Noodle Casserole

Typically kids just love this! Chicken Noodle Casserole l bag of wide egg noodles, cooked l pound of chicken breasts, diced in large chunks l diced medium onion 3 cans of cream of mushroom soup ¾ cup of grated cheddar cheese l/4 cup of grated parmesan 2 Tablespoons of oil 2 Tablespoons of butter 2… 

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