I HAS A BWAIN!!1! An you thawt we dint! Now Professor Happycat tells you what's in it and, from I HAS A HOTDOG.com and beyond, lets over 200 LOLdogs loose on the world, all barking the truth about kibble, toys, and bad kitties. This collection of favorites and never-before-seen photos will have you barking for more! For all you hoomins, a LOLdog is a kay-nine picture with a funny, misspelled caption.
Sit back in your chair and drop out of society at the same time. This book takes you on the journey of one young American as she shuns the world of commerce and escapes into the wilderness to learn from the rivers and trees. Walking Without Footprints is the compelling story of the author in the early 1970's as she grabs a backpack and heads into the mountainous wilderness of central Colorado. Connie's story intertwines with wisdom and tales from Zen, Buddhist and Sufi traditions as she learns to escape from her own mind and conditionings. Add to this mix the past instigation of Catholic school nuns and the free-thinking mentality of the baby-boomer generation and you have a rebel who won't quit until she has reached the deepest core of what it means to be a human being, alive on our planet today. Follow Connie on her adventure as she pitches a tipi and gets snowed into a mining claim cabin. Discover how to listen with your elbows, overcome fear of death, track a cougar, and walk through the world leaving no footprints behind. You'll never see your day-to-day life the same again.
Char-grilled or boiled? Sauerkraut or chili? Mustard or ketchup? Vienna Beef or Sabrett? Only these questions could be raised about one of the world’s favorite backyard, picnic, ballgame, and street foods—the hotdog. Though nearly two billion hot dogs are consumed by Americans annually in the month of July alone, there is absolutely no consensus on which is the right way to serve up a hotdog. In Hot Dog, well known food historian Bruce Kraig recounts the history of this popular “tube steak” from the origin of the sausage 20,000 years ago to its central place in American culture today. Kraig discusses the many brands, including Hebrew National, Pearl, Sabrett, and Vienna Beef, and the regional variations that go along with them—like kosher-style New York dogs loaded with mustard and sauerkraut, New England dogs with Boston Baked Beans, and fully-loaded Chicago style hotdogs, complete with mustard, onion, relish, sport peppers, a dill pickle spear, a dash of celery salt, and tomato slices (but never, ever ketchup). Hot Dog covers the other international sausages, like bologna and bockwurst, as well, and explores some of the apocryphal tales of the hotdog in history—like the origin of its name and whether Queen Elizabeth II was truly served hotdogs on a visit to the White House. Packed with tasty facts and recipes, Hot Dog reveals the rich history and passionate opinions about this seemingly ordinary food.
Book Description The stories in this book are from the life of an unusual woman. She is unusual because of the many different kinds of things that have happened to her. After her husband died, she raised her three children in very difficult circumstances in spite of the many setbacks she faced. From the stories from her childhood through her days working for Texas newspapers, she covered everything from macaroni to murder. As a mission interpreter for the National Presbyterian Church U.S.A., she traveled into jungles where there were grass fires and snakes and angry people. She also traveled where there was love and concern and caring people. Some of her life stories are extremely humorous and some are tragic. Her two books, To the Ends of the Earth and A Little Bit Farther, are stories from the many mission areas in various countries around the world. Marj also had a daily column in the Big Spring Herald called "Riding Fence" and now emcees a radio talk show by the same name. Her travels took her into Communist Russia when it was still behind the Iron Curtain and afterward. She also went to North Korea and met the leadership there. Very few people can say that. She went from Brazil to Zimbabwe and from Japan to the Ivory Coast. Marj set up the press conference for Hostage Ben Weir when he came home. And she did the first story of Dr. Kao in Taiwan when he was first released from jail. She admitted that her life had no plan and that she never knew what was coming next. As one of the very earliest women sports writers in Texas, she faced a lot of criticism. Her life took her to meet nine Presidents and many other well known politicians. She admitted that she never had the slightest idea where she was going with the life. "God must have planned it, I didn't," she admitted. Come step into the petunias in the White House Garden with Marj and see where you go from there.
Arizona Ari Macgregor was relaxing on a blanket by her favorite mountain pool, when a shadow fell across her face. She opened her eyes, expecting to see Josh. She looked up into the face of a loathsome stranger standing over her. Get away from me, you creep, she screamed at him. He bent down and grabbed her. He reeked of sweat and whiskey as he put his face close to hers, leeringly grinning at her. My creepy hands are gonna be all over your sweet little body, girlie, so relax and enjoy it. He straddled her waist and held her hands in one of his as he fumbled with the zipper of his jeans. He then ripped Aris bikini top off and his weight crashed down on her, crushing the breath out of her. As she screams and struggles to get free, she fears this vile attack will be the end of all her dreams. Oh, God, Josh. Where are you? Please hurry!
Hank, a yellow lab, has a hotdog habit and he's hit bottom. He's been kicked out of the house. Find out how friends of Beagle W., the hotdog hounds at the local Hotdogs Anonymous meeting, help Hank wrestle with his hotdog habit.
Skip the diet hell you may be experiencing within your body, and enter a heavenly experience no diet can ever deliver. Within these pages you are taught tools that work to gain wellness and peace of mind; the end result a thin and healthy body.
London is the next pitstop in Adele's rollercoster life, hoping some souvenirs she pick's up along the way are a hotshot career, a size 8 figure and finger's cross a man. Unluckily for Adele she picks up neither, expect a spare tyre helped by her love of eating, and a perment hangover and a shoe habit. Ecasping a old life to reinvent a new one is not as easy as it look's on the soap's.With her own problems creating bumps in her life, and working for failed designer Cassie Lush adding to the rocky ride. Will Adele finally hit the top? Will she finally meet the love of her life? Will the past finally catch her up? Lastly will a size 8 be a reality or just a label in a dress? Adele may just be thankful for that spare tyre in this well heeled road of her life..
63 Things to Be Grateful for in Everyday Life . . . and How to Appreciate Them
Author: Robert W. Bly
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
As a child, when Robert Bly skinned his knee, his mother would always remind him to count his blessings because the injury could be worse. At the time, he found it irritating, but as an adult, he has realized the wisdom of her approach. Moreover, he has learned that in the overwhelming majority of cases, the sum of our blessings is greater than the sum of our problems. With that in mind, he offers Count Your Blessings, a fascinating mix of more than 100 often overlooked blessings-from the seemingly trivial to the highly significant. The brief entries-on subjects such as anesthesia, flowers, opposable thumbs, and Post-it Notes-are accompanied by a unique self-scoring system that allows the reader to see in mathematical terms that the blessings in our lives almost always outnumber the misfortunes. Readers will experience an increasing level of gratitude as they are reminded of the everyday items and experiences that make life more enjoyable and satisfying.