Seven Things I Love (7-20-2021)

1. This Reaction to a Young Fan’s Gift – If you’re not a fan of the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo already (or if you haven’t heard of him), you will be after watching this. THIS is the kind of athlete we want kids to have posters of on their bedroom walls and who they shouldContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (7-20-2021)”

Seven Things I Love (5-10-2010)

1. This Little Girl Who Got To Meet Her Hero, Rey from Star Wars – This shows how important it is that we have more strong, female lead characters in films. I LOVE Rey. I wish we had role models like her when I was a kid. “Younger” Leia was okay but nothing like someContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (5-10-2010)”

Seven Things I Love (4-26-2021)

WOO HOO! Received my second Pfizer shot two weeks ago so I am fully …. I hope you are too! Be sure to get your vaccination if you haven’t. 1. This Lebanese Artist Who Turned the Tables on These Sexist Vintage Ads – I love this guy. His name is Eli Rezkallah and he’s doneContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (4-26-2021)”

Seven Things I Love (2-15-2021)

1. These Magnifying Monocles by LUKA – am I advertising that I’m getting old? Yep. Am I doing it in an incredibly cool and stylish way, damn straight. There are many more styles. They are a tad expensive but I can’t tell you the number of times I had to go find my magnifying glassContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (2-15-2021)”

Seven Things I Love (12-21-2020): Christmas Edition

It’s almost Christmas, YIPPEE!!!! I want to thank my friend Ann who was the person who shared a few of this week’s ‘Things I Love’ with me. Thanks Ann! 1. This Suffragettes’ Christmas Card – Savvy Twitter users who could read music noticed that the music at the bottom of the card was actually forContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (12-21-2020): Christmas Edition”

Seven Things I Love (12-7-2020)

How is it already DECEMBER???? 1. This Tea Party – Truly amazing. I belong to the Facebook group called ‘The Gilded Age Society.’ The Edwardian Era has always been my favorite time period, even before ‘Downton Abbey’ was a thing. Recently a young person name Paul Ryan T. Co, who is also a member ofContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (12-7-2020)”

Seven (+2) Things I Love (11-30-2020)

1. This Discovery of the Fountain of Youth – Scientists in Israel claim they have been able to reverse the aging process simply using oxygen. GIMME SOME OF THAT! 2. These Cardamom Cookies from Unna Bakery in New York – I found these locally a while back but couldn’t remember where I bought them. DamnedContinue reading “Seven (+2) Things I Love (11-30-2020)”

Gramma Celeste’s Drunkin Pumkin Pie

Recipe as written by Jean Stoltz in the cookbook she made for her daughter, Jennie. Makes two 9” pies Ingredients 2 c. brown sugar ¾ c. butter 1 c. PET (evaporated) milk 4 eggs, beaten 4 c. pumpkin (note from Jennie, or 2-15 oz. cans of pumpkin) 1 tsp. each cinnamon, mace & nutmeg ½Continue reading “Gramma Celeste’s Drunkin Pumkin Pie”

Seven Things I Love (10-26-2020)

1. This Short Film, The Magic of Chess – The Milwaukee Film Festival is running from October 15-29 and this year, for obvious reasons, it’s gone completely virtual. Frankly, I’m thrilled because it’s giving me the opportunity to see a lot more movies than I normally would be able to see. Because of that IContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (10-26-2020)”

Seven Things I Love (10-5-2020): Gastronomical Edition

Okay guys, so I was collecting thing for my upcoming blog post and not only did I have WAY too many but a lot of them seemed to be food related so this week I’m posting two blogs simultaneously. Don’t worry, I don’t think this will be a regular thing. 1. This video showing HowContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (10-5-2020): Gastronomical Edition”