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Here it is the weekend! I hope you will have a good one and enjoy that extra hour with the time change. Join me again next week as I will honor Veteran's Day on the 11th and continue to decorate for the season of Fall and Thanksgiving. One last thing before I continue with my dose is I always want to thank those who send me wonderful notes of appreciation for my pages and the same for the entries in my guest book. I so appreciate that and the donations that help me keep my website going  as it is all this combined that keeps me inspired to continue my pages.

THANK YOU!!!

You are listening to:

Johnny Rivers - Slow Dancin'


A Pathway For Today





Daily Dolls

















You always have the ability to change your life for the better.

To take the specific actions that will bring about that change,

you must find the motivation within yourself to do so.


To create your own powerful, personal motivation, set yourself

up to do two things that come naturally. Move away from pain and move toward pleasure.


When you give yourself a compelling reason to change, you

will most certainly find the way to make those changes.

When you clearly know why, within the depth of your being,

you will figure out how, and you'll enthusiastically do whatever must be done.


Yes, you can indeed make a positive change in your life right now.

Move away from the pain of inaction and toward the pleasure of whatever you sincerely seek.

All by Ralph Marston






        





Remember -  Fall Back

USA Daylight Saving Time Ends
2:00 AM Sunday, November 7, 2010


Turn your clocks
back one hour
Saturday night, November 6th!
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Leave it to Maxine!






Flowers always make people better,
happier and more helpful; they
are sunshine, food and
medicine for the soul.
~ Luther Burbank















Cinnamon Puffs
 
Makes 24 puffs
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Baking time: 15 to 17 minutes
 
6 frozen biscuits
3 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
 
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Thaw the biscuits only

long enough to cut them into four quarters3 to 4 minutes. You will have 24 quarters.
 
2. Melt the butter in the microwave or on the stove. Set it aside.

Place the sugar in a small bowl and stir in the cinnamon. Set this aside.

Mist a miniature muffin pan with vegetable oil spray. Dip each

quarter into the melted butter then dredge in the cinnamon-sugar.

Place each quarter in a muffin tin. When all the quarters have

been dipped and dredged and placed in the pan, place the pan in the oven.
 
3. Bake until the bottoms of the puffs have browned and they

have risen and lightly browned on top15 to 17 minutes.

Remove from the pan and serve at once

















Be safe. Be always aware of everything

and everyone around you.

Again, have a great weekend!!

Thank you for joining me daily.


 

 

 

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