Your name in print? Hmm, maybe a bad idea!!!!

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Have you always wanted to be a published writer? Have you always fantasized about being famous — seeing your name in print? Well here’s a good reason why that’s probably a bad idea! But don’t take my word for it, watch the following video and decide for yourself.

 

 

Video: “The new phonebook’s here!”

 


Contents written: August 26 2016
Originally published: August 26 2016
Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises


Food on Friday # 42 California

I have a 4 yr old and she’s a picky eater. Needless to say, I’m always searching for new food ideas we can both try and hopefully love. I’ve even gone as far as to institute ‘Fun Food Weekend’ at my house, which means she has to try a new food when it’s the weekend. During the week she can stick to the things she likes (because quite frankly, I don’t have the time or energy to fight with her over food), but come weekends we experiment! So far my new strategy has been working well and she is putting up less of a fight. Yay!!!

I always enjoy reading Jack’s ‘Food on Friday’ posts, because I get many great ideas for new foods and I’m sure you’d love to get in on the action too. So that’s enough chatter from me, let’s jump into his selections for this week. Enjoy! 🌷

August 28 2016

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Don’t get me wrong, I like California, but sometimes the food there owes a lot to everywhere else.  So, for this week’s Food on Friday I’ve tried to come up with some dishes that I think would go down well with my friend, ‘the girl riding shotgun’ and especially dishes that aren’t so Mexican or Spanish in flavour.

No, that didn’t make much sense to me either.  But here are some great recipes from some great cooks.

First up this week, from we have this hoisin salmon with zucchini slaw from Tieghan Gerard at Half Baked Harvest.

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Hoisin Salmon With Zucchini Slaw

Also from Tieghan there’s this great looking heirloom tomato and zucchini galette with honey and thyme.

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Heirloom Tomato Galette With Honey & Thyme

Heather Christo makes the very best looking salads of all, and this grilled chicken, beet and cherry salad with honey balsamic dressing is no…

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Today is a good day…

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The air is light today.
I can feel my lungs
Opening up to full capacity.
I can feel the oxygen
Coursing through my veins.

There’s a spring in my step,
My mind is alert and productive.
I sprinted to the bus,
Dashed to the train,
Poured my thoughts out
Which made room
For new ideas.

This awesome feeling
Is truly an incredible experience.
Days like these are to be treasured
And not taken for granted.
I feel blessed…
~Moylom Enterprises August 17 2016~

 


Contents written: August 17 2016   | Originally published: August 20 2016  |  Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises


Your words…

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Your words —
They caress mind,
Stimulate my soul,
Awaken my senses.

I find you lurking
In all my thoughts
Seeping into my subconscious
Captivating my every waking moment.

My many broken pieces,
They do not scare you.
Instead, you draw closer
Wrapping me in the blanket of your love.

In your caring soul,  I find safety.
In your sweet smile,  I find hope.
In your alluring voice,  I find wisdom.
In your blue eyes,  I see myself anew.

My days of late, feel Enchanted,
As though inside a fairytale,
With mystical unicorns,
And Knights on white horses.

Can I be your damsel in distress?
Can I fall helplessly into your arms?
Will you rescue me from all my pain?
Will you love me, all of me, scars and all?

Meeting you has been a nice surprise.
I’m honored to be your friend, your ear,
And utterly delighted to be your muse.
Who knows what tomorrow holds?

But until then I’ll simply sit here
Completely intoxicated
And hopelessly mesmerized
By your words…


Contents written: April 9 2016 | Originally published:  April 9 2016   |   Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises


A dash of salt

A dash of salt
To season All the half truths
You told me

A dash of salt
To heal All the wounds
You gave me

A dash of salt
Tossed over my shoulder
As I curse your name

A dash of salt
Is what you are now
May you melt in the falling rain


Contents written: April 9 2015. Edited: April 12 2015  |  Originally published: April 2015  |  Copyright © 2015-2016  Moylom Enterprises