Chicken and veggies, easy peasy dinner


Yes, I am a fan of one dish wonders; so easy!

2 large chicken breasts

2 tablespoons of oil

2 large carrots and 2 stocks of celery, cut into spears

1/2 onion, course chopped

Italian seasoning

Salt and Pepper, lemon juice

Put all the items in a glass bakeware dish, bake at 350 degree Farenheit for 90 minutes. Serves 3-4 people.

American Latino Bail Bondsman–Serving Clemson, S.C and the Upstate


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American Latino Bail Bonds is an open choice for everyone in the emergency of getting loved ones out of jail. Hablamos Espanol.We are always open and ready to assist.

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109 Sloan St

Clemson, SC 29631

Serving Anderson County, SC Area

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Pickens for Autumn, Changing of the leaves in Pickens County, South Carolina


Nature’s hues put pantone to shame. Rich, saturated colors of oranges, burgundy, crimson, spices, golds, and so many more shades that words can not describe or depict!

The Sunday drive on a Tuesday proved fruitful and the cool, crisp air and carolina blue skies made for a perfect day of wandering and sipping coffee.

Got caught in a jam? Call David Jones, Bail Bondsman

Travel to the Unknown–to you


Adventures, Travel, hiking, going and doing–walk, run, crawl–go! Dr. Seuss wrote a great book “Oh the places you will go” and much of it is true, even now.

People are mobile, ambulant. If we were meant to stay in one place, we’d be rooted to the earth like trees, whom even move and sway with stimulation and groan in growth, spreading limbs and leaves as far and wide as they are able–and we, as humans, could follow by example and stretch our limbs, and “leaf” out, try new things.

While every venue would be impossible to see and do in a lifetime, certain areasand places are perhaps unatainable and don’t pique your interest, there are a great multitude of places to be explored. Mountains, beaches, bookstore corners on a forgotten street, GropeCunt alley, the Fraunalb Ruins Near Ettlingen Germany, the bakery down the street.

May I suggest you write down a wish list of places you have read about and would like to see or places referenced in a movie? I have always wanted to go Lime in England, Carnival in Brazil, and places that Jane Austen wrote about, Castle Bran in Translyvania as Stoker wrote such vivid details of the mystical auras, and more.

Where would you like to go?

Egyptian Food, next door–meeting the neighbor


Meeting new people can be tricky, especially in this technology based world but when a neighbor introduces themselves and ask where they can easily get internet service, a connection is made! My new neighbor is from Alexandria, Egypt and she invited me over for a wonderful, homemade Egyptian meal, which was a new, spiced delight for me!

While I can’t even begin to spell the names of the dishes, they were fabulous!

Colorado Country Side–burning barrels are so much fun!


Yes, burning barrels still exist and I love to use them! Of course, I used it responsably but oh, the joy of the crackle and flame!

No, it’s not my property but that of a dear friend whom allowed me to play with fire! woohoo!

What did I burn? Some yard waste (sticks, leaves, etc) and some card board boxes and such, very exciting!

Tiki Masala made easy


Not quite a one pot wonder but still every easy to make.

1 Jar of Tiki Masala Sauce

2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded or chunked

1 cup of rice (cooked with 2 cups of water and 1 tblspoon of curry powerder)

1 small bag of shredded carrots

1 red bell pepper sliced into smaller strips

Cook the rice with the curry added

Cook the chicken breast and when about 90% done, add in the bell peppper and carrots, sauted until al dente, add the jar of tiki sauce, simmer until all hot, put mixture over rice, Serves 4 to 6

Making it through the airports, tricks and tips


Traveling by plane, in my opinion, is fun but sometimes it can be a bit odd and ackward, whether you have layovers or direct flights. Having flown domestic and international flights, I learned a few things with the travel.

Here are some tricks and tips that I have learned/gleaned from flying:

  1. Carry at least a little bit of cash, some venues only accept cash or after hours, vending machines are the only thing available. Plus, luggage carts are a nice perk at the end of a journey and many only take cash.
  2. Wear something comfortable and appropriate (I have never understood traveling in lounge/pajama wear), limit jewelry as no one ones to loose a cuff link or earring while in transit
  3. Carry a phone charger and outlet plug with you, many airlines don’t have inflight outlets, charge devices in airport or at home.
  4. When in the airport, especially if you have a layover, pick up postcard and send it to someone, a little note to say hello, a thank you, or send it to yourself. A little note goes a long way
  5. Pack your carry on and personal item as light as possible, remember, you are carrying these items, sometimes a lot.
  6. Avoid or limit alcohol consumption, intoxicated people aren’t often allowed to board, especially if the person is “acting up”
  7. Carry a small book or small project to work on, especially if the flight is long. Especially important with children.
  8. Carry your own snacks and beverages (check with your airline for regulation), in-flight snacks/options are not often given or “tasty” in variety
  9. Go to the restroom before boarding, no matter one’s size or shape, airline toilets are cramped, tight and not comfy
  10. If you like to sleep on the plane, carrying/taking a “u” shapped pillow or similiar item will be a nice luxury (I use a teddy bear that I travel with, it’s a pillow, a back prop,, a camera/phone holder for photo opprotunites, etc)
  11. If you are early for your flight or have a layover, wonder around the terminal, You often find interesting statues or other “treasures” that could be fun to read about or share via photo.
  12. Keep/use a print out-paper of your flight itineraries. It’s a sure fire back up incase your phone dies, the internet isn’t working, or your 2 year old nephew got a hold of your phone and deleted or moved the QR code and confirmation email.
  13. Make sure your ID’s are current, active, and in guidelines with traveling. the “real ID” is often required or another qualified issued government ID.
  14. For the comfort of yourself and others, practice extra good hygiene. People will be in close quarters.

I hope these tips are helpful and useful as you travel.