A casserole that lasted 5 days, with some saved for later. I modified a Homestyle Ground Beef Casserole recipe my sister-in-law [Doris Mason-Griffin] sent me months ago. Instead of ground beef, I substituted shredded chicken. I added yellow onion, garlic, mushrooms, rosemary, hot pepper, and bacon. I varied the ingredients to suit my taste. I did not pre-cook the egg noodles. I cooked this Saturday before the game. It goes well with a salad and cranberry sauce.
I expect to cook this again at some point—maybe Super Bowl LV. Anyway, I will likely use flaked wild pacific salmon instead of chicken.
Okay! Here I am 6-days after my 74th Birthday with a retwist of my dreadlocs and a first-time hairstyle [and photos of me] by Tressa, Natural Genius Hair Salon, downtown Fayetteville, NC. My hair extends below my pectoral muscles in front and shoulder blades in back.
Tressa styled a dreadloc crown of my locs to reduce the weight of my hair on new growth. Over my 7 years of wearing my hair loced, I have had some breakage. Over the next year Tressa will reattach some of my broken locs. That will cost me $10 for each repair.
I will forever be indebted to and most thankful to Nafisah, my first stylist and the person who cared for my hair for the last 7 years. Nafisah consulted with Tressa and put her in contact with me for repair of broken locs and to be my new stylist.
I like today’s style. Repaired locs on the crown on my head, will allow subsequent styles to cover more of my receding hairline. Let’s see what we have a year from now.
Waited 11 days—this is it! My DIY Nanoleaf Canvas is in its final position.
After placing the shadow box at 4 positions in my office, I am keeping it on the front of my desk. It displays best there and does not interfere with other devices or items.
Using a Philips Hue HDMI Sync Box, the color ambiance lights Respond to video, music, & games. The box can control up to 10 Philips Hue Color Lights [16 million colors] and can connect up to 4 HDMI devices. I have 3 connected: an Apple TV 4K, a Roku Ultra, and a Samsung Blu-Ray Player. The box then feeds the TV with a single HDMI cable.
Filling the top-center of the piece is a crystal turtle. It is translucent and reflective and makes the creation more unique and special. It fills a gap that would otherwise just be dark. Otherwise, the trellis top would be lost.
The multitude of colors give an interesting ambiance for my office/man-cave. It is a special place from which to podcast.