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Kurt Vonnegut on Writing Fiction: 16 rules ... 16. You choose. The most meaningful aspect of our styles, which is what we choose to write about, is utterly unlimited.

Kurt Vonnegut: 16 Rules For Writing Fiction

Kurt Vonnegut on Writing Fiction: 16 rules ... 16. You choose. The most meaningful aspect of our styles, which is what we choose to write about, is utterly unlimited.

Chewy Granola Energy Bars {use egg substitute}  2 1/2 c quick rolled oats  1/2 c Rice Krispies  1/4 c coconut  1/2 c mini M & M candies  1/2 c chopped peanuts  1/2 c brown sugar  1 Tbsp ground flax  1/4 c butter, softened  1/2 c peanut butter  1/4 c honey  1/2 tsp vanilla  1 egg

Chewy Granola Energy Bars {use egg substitute} 2 1/2 c quick rolled oats 1/2 c Rice Krispies 1/4 c coconut 1/2 c mini M & M candies 1/2 c chopped peanuts 1/2 c brown sugar 1 Tbsp ground flax 1/4 c butter, softened 1/2 c peanut butter 1/4 c honey 1/2 tsp vanilla 1 egg

It's all about the 'Benjamins'...even if he wasn't a president.

Which presidents are on your money?

Turmeric Home Remedies for Dogs in Pain

Turmeric Home Remedies for Dogs in Pain

There have been myriads of studies done on turmeric, and it’s found to be a good pain reliever to dogs. No turmeric side effects to worry about, even if a large dose is given. The dose for dog pain is to ¼ tsp. for every ten pounds of dog weight.

Toucan near Iguazu Falls, Brazil, submitted by Charles Carr.

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Pretty pink paws and pretty pink nose!  Such a kissable little nose.

Pretty pink paws and pretty pink nose! Such a kissable little nose.

Seven Steps to the Perfect Story ~ Journaling, Writing

Seven Steps to the Perfect Story ~ Journaling, Writing

Turns out there may be a truly useful — if not urgent — purpose to having members of Congress take turns reading the U.S. Constitution. And party affiliation has nothing to do with it. According to the latest survey from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, elected officials in the United States actually...

Turns out there may be a truly useful — if not urgent — purpose to having members of Congress take turns reading the U.S. Constitution. And party affiliation has nothing to do with it. According to the latest survey from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, elected officials in the United States actually...