Our newsletter is a monthly newsletter that's geared to be fun and informative. Our newsletter will cover things like games, jokes, headline news, marketing tips, gardening tips, fun articles, crafts, work from home news, and we definitely cannot leave out cooking tips and recipes!
Our Directory is based on the Calendar of Events. It's designed to be fun and informative as we keep you up to date with all the National Holidays.
Make sure you pay close attention to the picture grouping.
Get your pen and paper ready too- because at the end of our newsletter we will ask you some fun questions to test your memory.
Now don't cheat!
Your not allowed to look at the picture then quickly scroll down to the bottom to see the questions!
Read our newsletter first to make sure you put a lot of time between viewing- to better test your memory.
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I've started going through some winter boxes this week. Since I'm older....... my tired bones just don't function as good as they use to. Snickerrrrr! I acheeee in placing that I didn't know you could ache in. ha ha ha! My back is killing me from lifting all of the boxes. My body has let me know just how old I'm getting and how slow I tend to move these days, compared to my younger days. Heyyyy! My mind still feels young though! Woooo weeeee thank goodiness for that.
Since Halloween is just around the corner..... I will be working on updating our Halloween section of our website. Make sure you give it a visit if your a fan of Halloween ok. We have some great recipe pages that's just full of spooky treats.
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National School Bus Safety Week - "Stay Back, Stay Back, From the Yellow and Black" is this year's National School Bus Safety Week theme. But bus safety isn't a one-week topic. It's a year-round subject that connects to many curriculum areas...... Read the complete article at EducationWorld.com.
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APPLE - Arrogance Produces Profit-Losing Entity
SCSI - System Can't See It
BASIC - Bill's Attempt to Seize Industry Control
CD-ROM - Consumer Device, Rendered Obsolete in Months
WWW - World Wide Wait
PENTIUM - Produces Erroneous Numbers Through Incorrect Understanding of Mathematics
WINDOWS - Will Install Needless Data On Whole System
MICROSOFT - Most Intelligent Customers Realize Our Software's Only (for) Fools (&) Teenagers
COBOL - Completely Obsolete Business Oriented Language
OS/2 - Obsolete Soon,Too.
MACINTOSH - Most Applications Crash; If Not, The Operating System Hangs
IBM - I Blame Microsoft
ISDN - It Still Does Nothing
DOS - Defective Operating System
MIPS - Meaningless Indication of Processor Speed
LISP - Lots of Infuriating & Silly Parenthesis
RISC - Reduced Into Silly Code
Visit our "Joke Center" to read a new joke every single day! You can even read the ongoing comit strip "Down to Earth."
What happens if you don’t give your vehicle regular oil changes? What kind of results can you expect if you don’t ever change the spark plugs on your lawn mower? How do you think your computer will run if you don’t perform regular maintenance on it? The answer in all cases is ...
It won’t run very well.
If your computer is running sluggish, if it periodically needs to be rebooted or doesn’t boot up as quickly as it used to, it sounds like it’s time for a Clean Up. The following instructions below will give you step by step instructions on how to ensure your PC continues to operate at its fullest potential.
These instructions are relevant for machines running Windows XP and using Internet Explorer.
To begin, open up Internet Explorer browser.
Next click on the word Tools up at the top of your screen.
Once open, click Internet Options. In the middle of that box you’ll see a section called Temporary Internet Files.
Click the Delete Files button.
Click the box Delete offline content too, then OK.
Once that is done, click the Delete Cookies button within the Temporary Internet Files section. Click OK.
WARNING - deleting cookies means you will have to re-enter passwords whenever you re-visit a password protected site such as The Newbie Club.
Next click the Settings button.
'Check for newer versions of stored pages' should be clicked to Automatically if it isn’t already.
Change the Amount of Disk Space to use to 8MB.
Click OK twice.
Next go to the green Start button in the very lower left corner of your screen.
Click My Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Check Disk Clean up. Use offline content or anything else it asks.
It will take a few moments while it is checking how much space it can clean up. When you get the new pop-up window, make sure there are checks in every box. Click OK
After running Disk Clean up, go to Ad-Aware, update and run the program. If you don’t have Ad-Aware SE Personal, it’s a free very comprehensive spyware removal tool and it's remarkably simple to use. You can download it through Lavasoft http://www.lavasoft.de/support/download/ Highly recommended.
After running Ad-Aware, reboot your computer.
You should perform the above maintenance about once a week. Then on an as-needed basis, run Disk Defrag, which you can find in Start, My Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Defrag.
By following the above simple steps your computer should continue to run at optimum performance!
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It's Honey Month, so pamper yourself with sweet treats and have fun sending warm, heartfelt messages to your friends and loved ones. Our e-cards are just apt for this occasion !
Happy Grandparents Day !
It's Grandparents Day ! Take this 'grand' chance to appreciate them for all the love and care they shower on you. Send them cute and warm ecards from our site to make them feel special.
Sep 22 - Dec 20
Autumn... a season of changes. Leaves falling... mellower sunlight... brighter hues... live up all these moments of Autumn through the colorful and warmest wishes for your friends/ family/ loved ones. Wish them an Autumn full of good wishes.
Hello everyone! How was your August? Was your August as hot as our August? phueeee! I am so ready for cooler weather. It's been a great summer but it sure has been hot. I love hot weather but I'm so ready for a lower electric bill for a change. hahaha! September usually means the lowest electric bill for the whole year and I sure would like to see that.
FOOD GIGGLES - Clues that Dad packed your school lunch.
You find the cellophane wrapping still on the cheese that's inside your sandwich.
Instead of a squeeze drink you find a light beer.
Nothing in the bag but a $20 bill and a note: "Don't tell Mom and you can keep the change.
September 8 - National Date-Nut Bread Day
Date Nut Bread Recipe
Date nut bread is made with chopped dates, oil, boiling water, egg, and walnuts.
This recipe has been around for many years.
2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup cornstarch
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1 cup chopped dates
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 cup boiling water
Grease a 9x5x3-inch loaf pan.
Sift together flour, sugar, cornstarch, and salt. Stir in walnuts and chopped dates until dates are separated and well coated with flour mixture. Whisk together oil and egg; stir into dry ingredients. Dissolve baking soda in the boiling water; stir into flour mixture; beat well. Pour batter into prepared loaf pan. Let stand for 10 minutes. Bake date nut bread in a 350° oven for about 55 to 65 minutes, or until a wooden toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
Howdyyyy Folks! I'm here ta tell ya bout Maws recipe fer this month. Ya see we been gettin loads and loads of maters out ah areee garden still so Maws been down at the trade market tradin off maters furr vinegar. So..... naturally Maws been busy making vinegar pies. ummm good eatin!
Note: City folks dont eat vinegar pie to aufile much but those dat do make sure they come and get one from Maw cause she makes the best. City folks will never admit to them there guest of theres- what the name of the pie is that theys eatin. hummm we cant exactly figure out why neither but dats how them city folk are.
1 9-inch unbaked pie crust
1 1/4 c. sugar
1/4 c. flour
1 Tbls. grated lemon zest
1/2 c. cider vinegar
2 c. water
3 eggs, well beaten (if the eggs are small use 4
1 Tbls. butter
Preheat the oven to 425 F.
Combine sugar, flour, and lemon zest in ah saucepan and stir um together until throuly blended. Add cider vinegar while stirrin or whiskin constantly, den add the water. Place over medium heat, bring da mixture to ah boil and cook, stirrin constantly, furr 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir a little of da hot mixture into da eggs, den stir the warmed egg mixture inta da remainin hot mixture. Stir in butter. Pour the mixture into the prepared pie shell & bake for 10 minutes at 425 and then reduce heat to 350 and continue bakin futr 30 minutes more. Remove da pie from da oven and let it cool completely before servin. The filling will seem quite liquid, but will firm as da pie cools.
Ok everybody, lets see how good your memory is. Do you remember the picture at the top of the page? Well lets just see how good your memory really is!
Get your pen and paper out.
1. There were at least 7 things sitting on the table. What were they?
2. What was the article about that was on the back of the man's newspaper?
3. Where did you see a number at in the picture?
4. What was the number?
5. There was 2 of the same thing in the picture.... what was it?
Scroll back up to the top and check your answers.
Riddle Answer: Dew
"The Back Porch"
"The Back Porch" is a wonderful Beach Side Restaurant located in the panhandle of Florida, in the town of Destin. This restaurant is one of our favorite places to eat and you can find us there all the time. We have been eating here for about 3 years now and the food continues to be the best each and every time. When we go to "The Back Porch" we make sure we have at least 3 hours to kill because that's usually how long we stay. Each of the tables face the ocean and you have the best of views while your waiting for your food. You are right on the beach front so you can entertain yourself by watching the boats and wave-runners go by, the swimmers swimming and the people laying on the beach tanning. Many of the back porch tables have their very own window that open's completely up so you can feel the sea breezes as you eat. It's even fun to watch the planes go by that are pulling the advertisements behind them. We enjoy watching the brave people who are high up in the air on the parasails that are being pulled by the boats too. It's great fun! After our lazy meal, we spend about an hour walking on the beach feeling the sugar white sand and waves slosh between our toes. What a great way to get rid of all those calories that we just filled our bellies with. ha ha ha ha
Do you like to watch movies and try to find the movie mistakes?
Well here's some fun ones for ya.
Star Wars - When the stormtroopers break into the control room, watch very carefully and you will be able to see a storm trooper nearly render himself unconscious by smacking his head off a door frame. This is now so notorious that on the new DVD there's an audible "bump" when he hits it.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - When Harry, Ron and Hermione rush to Hagrid after the end of the year exams, and Harry is saying something that ends with, "Why didn't I see it before?", Hermione is mouthing his lines.
At the beginning of the scene near the end of the movie with Lucius Malfoy fuming at Dumbledore in his office, Malfoy's hair is fanned back behind his shoulders. The lighting in the room illuminates the back of his neck, where you can see his real, short brown hair.