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Oct 30, 2011

FLOWERS? FOR ME?

I came home to this beautiful bouquet on Wednesday. They were from my dear friend Maryanne. Thank you Maryanne.

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They came from a floral department not far from where I live. What a nice surprise. Of course I had to phone and thank Maryanne for the flowers.

She wasn’t home so I left a message with her husband saying how nice they were and thank you very, very much. Maryanne lives close to me and to this floral department.

I then had to return some  phone calls that had come in.  I called my other friend Maryanne who had called me earlier that week.

The first thing she asked me was if I got the flowers she had sent me……Did I mention this was my OTHER MARYANNE FRIEND?

Doh!!!! Had to call Maryanne’s husband back and tell him the whole thank you thing was off and he could just say hi to his Maryanne for me. Forget the whole flower thingy.

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Both of these Maryannes also brought me flowers in early October when they were  both here for Thanksgiving dinner. No wonder I am so confused. Yes! That is why. Sigh.

Oct 28, 2011

TICKLE YOUR RIBS WITH TANDOORI

I mentioned on Facebook last weekend that I was going to cook ribs and my buddy Skip
(Hi there Skip…waving at you) suggested I change it up and make Tandoori Ribs.

I love Indian foods but never would have thought of doing this. What the heck. Lets go.

Those of you who have cooked with me before know that I use methods more than recipes and this one really is no different.

Start with your back ribs and if there is still that membrane on the back of them pull it off with a paper towel for a good grip.

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Start with a pre-mixed Tandoori spice mix or if you are adventurous make your own mix.

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Rub it all over the ribs on both sides. It will make a huge mess on your hands and  because there is Turmeric in a Tandoori blend you will have a pretty yellow hue to your hands after you wash them. You may want to use gloves.

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Put the ribs in a baking pan and cover them tightly with foil. Bake at 325 – 350 degrees for a few hours.

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Take them out and brush them on both sides with half of the bottle of Tandoori sauce being careful when you turn them over so as not to break them apart. They will be soooo tender it will be a challenge.

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Back into the oven, uncovered for half an hour or longer to make the Tandoori sauce thick and rib style sticky.

Mix the rest of the Tandoori sauce with 1 cup of  a nice thick Greek yogurt.

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Brush that over the ribs and pop them back into the oven.

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I just broiled them at this point but you could also continue to bake them. Keep a very close eye on them because they will burn very easily once the final coat of sauce is on them.

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Your sauce will be pinkish. A little surprising. My BB Guy didn’t know what I was feeding him but he sure ate up.

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Remember this is just the method and you can adjust the spiciness or anything else you like. Try it on chicken to go traditional.

Have you ever seen a Tandoori oven? They stoke them up good and hot and they slap a naan bread dough on the sides to cook them and they cook the chicken in there on a skewer.

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Oct 24, 2011

SNOW? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

When I look in my garden I see lavender in bloom. Fuchsia’s too and still roses and impatiens.

I don’t live in a warm climate. I live in British Columbia. Fall is definitely in the air here. I have had to turn the furnace on already this year but my garden is still full of blooms. 

It is somewhat colder up at our cabin though. There is a chill in the air there and leaves are starting to change.

I wonder what is down that road.

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Keep going. Follow the tracks.

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How great is this spot!!

!cid_9a29eb48-4d79-45ce-b794-3b14cd33c0f8But don’t forget we are up at the cabin. Climb up on your ATV and let’s go for a ride. It doesn’t take long to reach the higher levels and of course some snow in October. Here is my BB Guy.

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White, cold slippery snow….in October. Say it isn’t so. Now the locals think this is great. They want more and they want lots. Then it will be time to pull out the snowmobiles and put away the ATVs.

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It can’t come soon enough for them.

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One day soon that pile of wood will be the base for a big bonfire I am sure and the snow will be 4 feet deep.

Me??? I will be at home with a warm drink and the furnace on.

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Oct 19, 2011

CAPTION THIS

This is an old ad from around the 1970s.

I see that he has a cassette player but I want you to come up with your own caption for this picture because I honestly don’t get the connection between the outfit and the cassette player.

What do you think?

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Oct 18, 2011

A LIFELONG CAREER–VIC LEMIRE

My brother has been involved in hockey his whole life. He was a goaltender and has played for a couple of US universities as well as one here in Canada. He played on the Brandon Wheat Kings team and also for the Vancouver Junior Canucks team.

After leaving university he began running his own very successful hockey schools around the world even running them in Japan, Minnesota, & Florida.

He had a couple ground breaking creations he made for his hockey schools, using his background in mechanical engineering.

Here is a newspaper article about his reflex tunnel to measure the abilities and weak points of his goaltending students. They could improve their reaction times without fear of being hit by a real puck. Brilliant. Remember this was before computers were available to regular people.

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You can click on the picture to read the article in a larger size.

How about you? Do you have any inventors in your family?

Oct 17, 2011

HE DID IT

Eight hours, 25 minutes and 30 seconds. He did it. The worlds oldest person to finish a marathon. 
Mr. Singh....YOU ROCK
You can read his story here.

Oct 16, 2011

I AM AMAZED

Sometimes out of tragedy we find our inner strength. We choose a path of strength and look forward.

I don’t know of many who could do what this man has done. I, for one, am rooting for him to succeed.

Although Mr. Singh ran in his younger days he had taken a break for about 50 years. Yup. A long break in there. How old is he now? Mr. Fauja Singh is 100 years old. That in itself is a motivation to others. A century old, people.  He lost his wife and son and needed to find a new focus in his life. He turned back to running and at 88 he ran his first 20 kilometer race (32.18 miles) SERIOUSLY!!!

FAUJA SINGH RUNNER

He is going after the Guinness World Book  record for the world’s oldest marathoner. He was born in India and resides in Briton. He is running in the Toronto Marathon on Oct. 16th. to challenge the record.

He is a very small man. He is 115 lbs. and is 5’8 tall. He is a vegetarian.

Adidas has featured him in their “Impossible is Nothing” campaign and there is a biography written about him called Turbaned Torpedo. He is illiterate and cannot read it. He has a Facebook page with over 16,000 members. He also runs to raise funds for charities.

To  train he alternates between running and walking and covers about 13-16 kilometers a day. He has had an injury but that was when he tripped over a cable for one of the cameras filming him.  They don’t have a medical crew running with him because they couldn’t keep up.

An amazing man and an inspiration. The biggest marathon I have today is the pile of ironing in my laundry room and I likely won’t complete it. Hanging my head…..

Oct 14, 2011

HILARIOUS VIDEO

This video clip will have you chuckling right out loud for sure. Even if you don't like spiders it is not a scary type of video.

Oct 13, 2011

VANCOUVER VISIT

Some time ago in the middle of summer I went downtown to Vancouver to meet up with one of my sisters and her husband. You have “met” them before or at least you have met their gardens before here and here.

The had come over from Vancouver Island for the Canada Day festivities and were staying at a lovely hotel right downtown.

My nephew and his wife also came downtown to meet up with us and we were first going for lunch then we were walking to my great-niece’s place downtown for tea and dessert.

It was a beautiful sunny day in Vancouver. Let me share some of our day with you. 

We had lunch in a pub looking out on this view.

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This is very close to where the cruise ships come into Vancouver. You are looking at the North Shore. There is skiing on those mountains in the winter.

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Downtown Vancouver is a beautiful place. Busy and vibrant but with many lovely little spots to reflect amid the hustle.

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We walked a good distance across town to a lovely old area with some amazing buildings.

We were lucky to see the street market open that day but the best part of the area was the boulevard gardens that are right in the open with no fencing. They were full of produce and flowers.

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My great-niece lives in what used to be a hotel but is now apartments. Very small apartments.

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Check out those marble steps and walls. Seriously beautiful. And that window…This is not a small entryway by any means.

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A long narrow hallway leads to many corridors and apartments.

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We all squeezed into her adorable bachelor apartment. Look at the glass that is in the built in wall unit.

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The old window let in an amazing cool breeze. Of course the old radiators make great shelves. The street market was taking place right outside that window.

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This was a great day spent with people I love. So nice to see two of my 5 great-nieces, my nephew and his wife and my sister and brother in law.

It was also nice to get downtown again and see the changes and the things that have stayed the same over time.

Oct 7, 2011

WE NEED YOUR VOTE

I need you to help out a local project and it will cost you nothing but a few minutes of your time to vote online.
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This is one post I would like to see go viral amongst bloggers. I would love it if you would share it. If you do share it ask your readers to share it too. You can tweet it or Facebook it right from the web page. Please. Share. It costs nothing.
In the Vancouver East side there is a lot of poverty. Without getting into politics or discussions of parental responsibilities lets try to help this School win a large grant. How do you do that? Simply vote for their project to win. You do this online by signing in with an email address and then searching out their project by number. 11733…. you can vote for them everyday for 15 days straight. If they make it on to the next round we will hope for your support again.
Here is a link to their page http://www.avivacommunityfund.org/ideas/acf11733 
Here is a bit of their information taken from the voting site:
“Admiral Seymour Elementary School is located in Vancouver's Downtown East Side and is one of our city's needy inner city schools. Seymour's population is made up of 133 students enrolled in 7 divisions, including a district class for students with special needs. (Learning Disabilities + Behaviour Disorders) The demographics of our learning community are diverse; over 70% of our students speak another language at home other than English, which amounts to 42% of our population qualifying to receive ESL support, 32% of our students are aboriginal, and 25% of our students have been identified with having special learning challenges such as learning disabilities, behavioral challenges, medical diagnosis etc. Many of our students do not have designations that warrant ministry funding for support from counselors, art therapists or expressive art therapists. However, they are our most vulnerable children. The ones who are perpetually filled with sadness and anxiety. These are the children who seem to be falling through the cracks.”
I know how kind and generous all of you are. Please take a moment to vote for this project and remember to vote each day for 15 days or up to the cut off date. Please…….thank you.

Oct 2, 2011

DOMAIN NAME SCAM

I received a letter in the mail today from the Domain Registry of Canada,  advising me that my registration for familytreesmaycontainnuts.com will expire in February, 2012.

My domain names are not registered with this company. I use another company. I have no idea how they got my home address.

I did a search right away on this company and came across a good post at Six Pixels of Separation. I suggest you have a look at the post and make any decisions you have on the direct marketing scam for yourself with your own research.

The letter doesn’t say I am registered with Domain Registry of Canada it says this:

You must renew your domain name to retain exclusive rights to it on the Web, (Lori here: yes of course we do), and now is the time to transfer and renew your name from your current Registrar to the Domain Registry of Canada. Failure to renew your domain name by the expiration date may result in a loss of your online identity making it difficult for your customer and friends to located you on the Web. (Me again:well yes it will…but the expiration date is between me and Go Daddy and not this company)

Spread the word people. this company likely has a US version as well. This is a scam from Domain Registry of Canada. Scam, SCAM, can you say SCAM!!!!

And thanks again to Six Pixels of Separation for the information.

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