What the heck is that? Well, Dyngus Day or Wet Easter Monday, falls on Monday after Easter Sunday. Historically a Polish tradition, it is meant to blow off a little bit of steam after the restrictions imposed by Lent have ended. Advertisements
Happy New Year, my dear readers! Happy blogging in the new 2018!
I have been a cord cutter for quite some time but was on a fence as what to do next other than watching DVDs. Roku didn’t work as for some reason it was not compatible with the Time Warner modem. I could of course run an Ethernet cable between the two, but couldn’t fathom yet… Continue reading Meet my new TV antenna, rabbit ears and all
The Daily Post wants to know what we see out our windows. Well, what I see is the seasons change, the summer, the winter and the rest of them. Can’t get more creative as my camera went on strike, the bad battery door has put it out of business. Am working on getting a better… Continue reading What I see out my windows
Today’s Daily Prompt is Recreate. Merriam-Webster defines ‘recreate’ as giving new life or to refresh. This fits today’s happenings to a T. eBay has given a new life to its old warnings. The most recent one had to do with a current trend of starting links with an https. However in the spirit of recreating,… Continue reading eBay recreates
It’s a K-compact model, priced very reasonably and works just fine as long as you read the small print. Some folks don’t read it and end up with a mess that they blame on the manufacturer. More about it later. My new Keurig stands just under 12 inches high and fits nicely on the kitchen… Continue reading Meet my new Keurig
A few months ago I have ended up with an unexpected mess in my kitchen. No I didn’t burn anything, at least not then. What happened was a rusty pipe burst somewhere upstairs. After a couple of weeks the offending pipe was finally located and replaced with PVC. Meanwhile, I had these huge commercial dehumidifiers… Continue reading My kitchen transformation, or blessing in disguise