Daily Archives: 09/30/2016

Happy Last Day of the Month


Today is the last day of September and the spooky month of October starts tomorrow.  I wanted to give you a heads up about October.  October is going to be a busy month for this little piggy.

I Skyped a witch and she even saw me in her crystal ball.  Even she knew I was up to something before mom and dad did.  You see,  I’m going to have 31 days of Spook on my blog.  I’m personally going to highlight scary movies, television shows, legends, monsters and other things that go bump in the night.  I might even quiz you on some of them so be prepared.  Start brushing up on your trivia.  I hope it will be fun for everyone.

So, happy last day of September my friends.  Welcome to Spooky October – Evil snort

And my friends, please feel free to share these stories of intrigue with your friends on your blog, Facebook and other social media.  And if you make it through the entire month with me, look for your Ghost Badge 2016 to share on your blog.


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Paw Time with Houdini

Do you want to see what love likes my friends?  Look closely at this picture of me with Nana.  That tells and shows you everything about love.  I love my Nana and she loves me.  And what happens at Nana’s, stays at Nana’s.  There is no wrong or getting into trouble at Nana’s.  Shakes my head – nope no way.  Nana is my heart.  This was as close as I could get to  her to ‘hug’ her and show her my love.  This picture was taken earlier in the week when I got to go spend some time with Nana.

I even got to spend the night with Nana which is so much fun.  Can you tell I love her?


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Pub Rock

Oh dear – that rock of mine is *always* causing trouble… snorts with piggy laughter XOXO – Bacon

Evil Squirrel's Nest

A rock rolls walks into a bar….


BASHFUL: Hey there, baby!  Need someone to sit with you and help you drink all of this alcohol?

SPARKLEPONY: Ummmm…. no.

BASHFUL: So, what’s your sign?

SPARKLE: My sign is “No Trespassing!”  Now go away…

BASHFUL: Can I buy you a drink?

SPARKLE: I’m good, thank you…


BASHFUL: How about one of my world famous free hugs?

SPARKLE: Look…. I don’t know what rock you crawled out from under, but you better leave me alone!  I happen to be taken already (Shows off her 24 karat cubic zirconium ring from the Home Shopping Network).

BASHFUL: Aw, toots, I’ll bet he ain’t got nothing on me!  I’m your knight in shining armor!  Your artist formerly known as Prince Charming!  I’m tall, dark and hand…. well, I’m dark and handsome anyway…

SPARKLE: I have a can of mace…

BASHFUL: Come on, Cutie Pie! …

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Shopping Around the World

Welcome my friends to Shopping Around the World.  This month we are highlighting one pot wonders.  

Mom is going to highlight her one pot wonder that she makes in the crockpot.  

I’m licking my lips now – Take it away mom!

With working and trying to rush home to fix dinner, sometimes it can be overwhelming.  So I take help where I can, just like with this one pot wonder in the crockpot.  In the morning before coming to work, I will put some baking potatoes in the crockpot.  So easy huh?  All you have to do is wash and clean a baking potato.  Take a fork and stick the potato several times.  Place it on some aluminum foil and salt/pepper to your desire.  Then wrap the baking potato up securely and place it in your crockpot just like the picture shows.  We always fix extra potatoes because they come out so good for the next night’s meal.  We bought a bag of baking potatoes at the market for $5.00 a bag.  There were 12 large potatoes in the bag making each potato $0.42 each.  After you get all of your potatoes washed, seasoned, wrapped and placed in your crockpot, turn the crockpot on low and forget it.

Now, before I leave the house, I checked the refrigerator for leftovers from the night before.  I found broccoli and cheese and beef sausage.  All I did was place these items in aluminum foil packets and put them back in the fridge.  Around 2pm, I called my hub unit and told him to also place these packets in the crockpot to heat them up.  The broccoli and cheese was a head of broccoli cut up from the  night before with some shredded cheese melted over it.  Total price was around $2.00 but this is the second meal so you can add $1.00 to tonight’s meal.  The beef sausage was $2.50 and again this is the second meal so add $1.25 to tonight’s meal.  So right now, we are looking at around $3.00 for tonight’s meal – so far.

When I finally get home from work, the fun begins.  You take out a baked potato and put it on a plate removing the aluminum foil. Go ahead and mash some of the potatoes out and add butter, sour cream, salt and pepper – whatever you want.  After it is fixed the way you normally eat a potato, add your leftovers. Tonight it was broccoli and cheese with beef sausage.  Now look at that potato. And remember you washed and seasoned the peel, so eat everything.

 It’s whats for dinner and a meal all in itself for around $3.00 for TWO people.  You can’t beat that and it’s great on a cold night… if we ever get cold here.


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