Yes its been awhile, but it is time again for a little bragging.

I didn’t want there to be any confusion. Click on in to learn why I love it so much!

Here’s a hint, it involves using hot dogs in a new way. Click into the article…I dare you.

When I first saw the package for “Standing with Stones: A Journey Through Megalithic Britain” I thought, whatever, yet another thing about Stonehenge. I can’t tell you how glad I am that I still opted to pop it into my DVD player.

Over 100 new words were added to the latest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. Rebecca gives the thumbs up and down to some of the new additions.

Author Ellen Evert Hopman discusses Cedar lore.

As you will remember from my attempts to master the flaming mojito it was decided that flaming mojitos just weren’t worth the effort or the nasty Bacardi 151 taste. Upon that decision I asked my husband, Jim, what are we going to do with the 151 that’s left? He told me that we would flame drinks again, just not mojitos. And so I foolishly asked, what the heck mixed drinks are you going to set on fire? How about non-alcoholic ones? Ha, how about a Shirley Temple?

Leandra Witchwood, author of the “Pensive Pathways of Growth” blog shares her insights.

Thanks to the efforts of The British Library, The National Library of Russia, St. Catherine’s Monastery, and the Leipzig University Library, you, yes you, can view the Codex Sinaiticus. These four institutions, along with scholars, conservators and curators reunited the entire manuscript in digital form and have made it available for the whole world to read and study….assuming they have internet access. So what is the Codex Sinaiticus?

Happy Fourth of July to American Buffet Readers!

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