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I love the Lord and my big crazy family. My husband and I have been together for 41 years. I am a mother of two grown children and a grandmother to four biological grandchildren and six others. I own and operate my own home care business primarily for the elderly. Many sites have been sold or did upgrades which messed up back links, if you find a broken link let me know and I will fix it.I have written online articles for Bubblews, Seekyt, TopicSpotter and Triond. You may still find some of my articles on Ehow/Demand Studio.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Spinach Turkey Burgers


Do you like grilling burgers or hot dogs on hot summer days? Do you like being healthy and have a hard time getting your children to eat that way? Why not combine the two thoughts and try grilling spinach turkey burgers.

Read More:Seekyt 
This post linked to: Frugal Food Thursday 
and Foodie Friday




Thursday, May 17, 2012

Homemade Gluten-Free Noodles

Homemade popeye noodles and chicken
As a child our mother taught us how to make homemade noodles, we called them Popeye noodles. It simply is an egg noodle that is a little thicker than the ones purchased in the store and cut into squares.
Read more: Gomestic

This post linked to: Foodie Friday



Saturday, May 12, 2012

Dewart Lake Visit

My visit this weekend to the Dewart Lake summer cottage in Syracuse Indiana, proved once again to be critter filled. This is only a portion of the animals I saw. It is truly amazing to watch God's beauty.





As my husband was leaving he looked up in the tree and there sat the pair of eagles by their nest. I can not help myself I had to grab the camera, to me the viewing of the eagles never get old.



Wednesday, May 9, 2012

RedGage

I found a new to me, money making site, that has been apparently has been around for a while. It is RedGage. 
RedGage works great for me in posting my photos and links to my articles. If you would like to join me on RedGage use this link, Angelgirlpj.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Pair of Eagles at Dewart Lake, Syracuse, IN

Taken April 27, 2012
 
Momma and Daddy eagle set so proudly in the tree. It is amazing to watch them as I come to my cottage to work and relax.


Sat proudly looking May 4, 2012




As I am doing things around the cottage I would frequently walk to the drive to peak to see if the eagles were around. Sure enough first thing Friday morning, the eagle sat proudly looking around.  
Soaring overhead


In the afternoon I sat on our deck writing articles for TopicSpotter, Seekyt and Triond; and seriously trying to focus on work at hand, however, seeing the pair of eagles soaring over head made it hard. Sorry I could not seem to capture them both in the same frame. 
Just caught food for the little ones



Again, standing talking to the neighbor he's telling me about what time the eagle catches his food, my camera on the steps below on the deck, I missed it with the camera but not with my eyes. We heard the squawks of the birds and looked up to see the massive eagle taking off with food in hand. I then went to the area to see the tree and there he sat. At least I think it's he. I can't tell them apart.  
May 4th, 2012

I zoomed the lens in as far as I could to try to capture the movement I saw. Bummer still don't see the little ones. Oh well we have all summer to do updates.


May 5th, 2012














Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Mango Salsa Recipe_without cilantro



My photograph of Mango Salsa 
If you like the taste of mangoes and want to try a new recipe, this recipe will do the trick. Mangoes are on sale in the local stores this week. Limes and Mangoes are packed full of vitamin C so infusing their tastes makes sense.
 Mango salsa recipe-without cilantro is a great tasting recipe packed full of vitamins and minerals. Cilantro is an herb that has a flavor many find to be a bit too strong, however many Mexican recipes call for it. Mango salsa is definitely a recipe that is full of wonderful flavors all of its own, and does not require the strong, somewhat offensive taste of cilantro. Try making this mango salsa recipe without cilantro to accompany lime chicken dishes, or use on your burrito or taco’s.
Wiki answers inform us, the tropics, such as Africa, South-East Asia and India are where mangoes are grown. They also tell us they come from Australia; however, they omit Mexico produces and ships mangoes to the U.S.A.
The mango is a power packed fruit of Vitamins C and A, they also are a great supply of potassium, therefore combining the mango with ginger, lime and red peppers to this make mango salsa recipe one healthy vitamin packed recipe.
In ¼ cup of lime juice there is a mere 15 calories and 46.7 % vitamin C. According to World’s Healthiest Foods, “limes are an excellent source of vitamin C, one of the most important antioxidants in nature. Vitamin C is one of the main antioxidants found in food and the primary water-soluble antioxidant in the body. Vitamin C travels through the body neutralizing any free radicals with which it comes into contact in the aqueous environments in the body both inside and outside cells. Free radicals can interact with the healthy cells of the body, damaging them and their membranes, and also cause a lot of inflammation, or painful swelling, in the body.”
Therefore infusing the tastes of mangoes and lime will make this mango salsa recipe have a one two punch in vitamin C defense for our bodies.


My photograph of Lime Chicken

Ingredients needed for Mango Salsa Recipe-without cilantro:

  • 1-2 tablespoonfuls of Lime Juice; fresh lime or concentrate
  • 2 cups mango, diced
  • ½ cup red bell pepper, chopped, diced or minced*
  • ½ cup of Vidalia or red onion; chopped, diced or minced
  • ½-teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 ¼ Himalayan salt
  • ½-teaspoon of black or white pepper
  1. Squeeze the juice from the lime if using a fresh lime; if not, lime concentrate will work just as well.
  2. Using a big cutting board cut the mango away from the seed and then dice into the size pieces you prefer.
  3. De-seed the red bell pepper, chop, dice or mince the pepper into preferred size pieces.
  4. Clean the onion removing the outer skin and dice.
  5. Using large measuring cup or bowl, combine all ingredients until completely blended. Refrigerate until used.
***My recipe and photographs have been stolen by topic spotter and I have not been paid for the usage.