Slow Cooker Salisbury Steaks

I LOVE Salisbury Steak. This is a great food blog that has been on my reader for a bit. Check it out! 🙂
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What's for Dinner Moms?

I loved Salisbury Steaks growing up. We would get the TV dinners (remember when they were called that?) with the metal three tray compartments. I would either get Fried Chicken or Salisbury Steak with mashed potatoes in one little compartment and corn in the other. They were a great treat growing up.

I don’t know why I have never thought of making them before. I think every time I thought about them the thought of frying the patties before putting them in the slow cooker seemed like such hard work. Yes, I can be that lazy some days. I finally decided yesterday that I needed to try making them.


At first my daughter was a bit put off by the smell of the meal because it had a heavy onion smell to it. But, as it cooked it smelled better and better. There was one lunch portion leftover and…

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Picture Battle – OM vs Cyra (The Kit Kat incident)

Holy crap! $1.75!!!! That’s an expensive kit kat! No sharing…
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Cyranny's cove

I thought I was cured.

I honestly thought so… After the bi-weekly counseling, the group meetings, the pills and the half dozen rubber bands on my wrist, I thought I was getting free from it. Free from him… OM.

I had tried my best not to visit his blog too often, and more specifically not click on any of those Daily Denver posts…

In vain.

I fell… I failed. Again!

I thought one click wouldn’t matter. I thought I could just look, maybe leave a comment or a “like”, and close the window… No one harmed.

If only. But nooooo….

I should have known I was still too fragile to risk it, but I clicked here.

I was doomed.

I looked in my coin purse and checked if I had enough money left to succumb to a good Picture Battle…


I’m far from rich, but I could afford a…

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Cosmic Photo prompt.

Who is looking for a prompt to join in? -OM
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Friday is finally here, which means it’s time for your weekly prompt for K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge, this week chosen by me.

There has been a definite seasonal change in the weather this week, so I’m going with the obvious theme; Autumn.

I don’t think that requires a lot of explanation, but feel free to interpret it in any way you like for Monday’s post.


To get involved with the challenge, post a photo to your blog on Monday, add a pingback to this post (or to K’lee’s) and don’t forget to tag your post #CosPhoChal.

Alternatively, add a link to your blog in the comments of either mine or K’lee’s post and we’ll come and check out your entry.

Any and all effects, editing, Photoshop, Instagram, morphing, collages or whatever other post production techniques you fancy are permitted, (in fact, they’re actively encouraged!)…

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I Commit to You my Follwers

I’ve never been called a Master before! Thanks for the shout out! -OM
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Hook and Sew by Liza

I have notice that my blog is’nt as active as I would like it to be. I want this blog to focus more on my buisness growth and to basically show and tell on the projects I have made. Not finishing my projects in a quickly as some more experience crocheters I can’t post multiply times a week as I’ll like. Keeping my blog true to what I originally intended it to be is harder than I thought but not impossible. I had a different blog a while back and I followed the teachings of what I consider the master of the blog worldA Opinionated Man. Following his techniques I managed to get a nice following and interactive blog.

I have not been doing that in this case. My past blog was more of writing, opinions and thoughts. This blog as I previously stated want it to be…

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A Few Sites That Appreciate Being Reblogged.

I love when people reblog and share other work. It shows that there are readers out there and people care! 🙂 -OM
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Hi there!

When it comes to reblogging, we should never assume that all bloggers would like their work to be shared. Many do, of course, as its a great way to create awareness of ones blog. But not all blogs are the same. Many blogs are related to specialized fields or have taken a sincere amount of research, or the blogger/author would like to keep their content unique. Not to mention the businesses on wordpress which create a blog as a way to create a more personal bond with their clients. This is why we must always. ALWAYS ask before reblogging a post, and ad a sincere thank you and shout-out to the original author when reblogging.

This can be time-consuming and frustrating when we, as bloggers, stumble upon a post that we would love to share because we know our readers would really like to see it! To help…

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10 Tips For a Better Blogging Experience

Great tips for brand new bloggers, Penny! Thanks for including a shout out to my blog as well! -OM
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Penny Wilson Writes

I’ve been blogging off and on for about 5 years.  During that time, I did not take advantage of the amazing community that WordPress has become to me until this past year.  Don’t make the same mistake.  I would like to share some of what I’ve learned with you.  If you would like to expand your readership or enhance your WordPress experience, these points might be helpful.  I do not claim to be any kind of expert.  I just want to share my experience and possibly spare you some of the mistakes I’ve made.

  1. SHARE–The biggest lesson I’ve learned here is to share your knowledge.  It will come back to you 10-fold.   The bloggers on WordPress are incredibly generous with their knowledge.  You should be just as generous.
  2. GIVE CREDIT–Be sure to give credit where credit is due.  If you are copying an idea or using a…

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