FLOWERS AND FLOURS (Bread with Cassava and Almond Flour)

Happy Sunday Readers –  As I prep for a bit of a June Blog Fast – (one more post coming after this one)  I have to share this FLOURS and FLOWERS post — First, the flours.  Cassava-root flour mixed equally with finely-ground almond flour makes for some tasty bread items.  Easy Biscuit Recipe INGREDIENTS 3/4 cup of … More FLOWERS AND FLOURS (Bread with Cassava and Almond Flour)

May 2019 (Robin’s Egg, Floral Snow, EMILY DICKINSON POEM Stop one heart from breaking)

Hello Readers, For May 2019, Priorhouse will join in with some of City Sonnet’s prompts. Today’s Post features “WELCOME MAY” & “FLORAL” Pink Floral Snow      “If I Can Stop One Heart from Breaking” by Emily Dickinson If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease … More May 2019 (Robin’s Egg, Floral Snow, EMILY DICKINSON POEM Stop one heart from breaking)

Miriam Hurdle on Blog Talk Radio (& WRITING QUOTES for Inspiration)

Hello everyone – JUST FYI – Miriam Hurdle will be a guest on RRBC’s RAVE WAVES BlogTalkRadio “SPOTLIGHT HONORS” (here) on Thursday, April 18, 2019 Her latest book, Songs of Heartstrings, can be found on Amazon HERE Here is the information for the Thursday interview: BlogTalkRadio “SPOTLIGHT HONORS” is featuring Miriam Hurdle Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 11:00:00 AM … More Miriam Hurdle on Blog Talk Radio (& WRITING QUOTES for Inspiration)

One Word Sunday: CONTRAST (Purple-Yellow Flowers, Nu Shooz song, and Museum Selfie)

Today’s theme for One Word Sunday is CONTRAST.  Here is my take. Remember when I said I kept a few of the flowers from my V-Day bouquet? Well these are the ones I kept. Not only are purple and yellow nice contrasting colors, but the texture is different in the flowers – nice contrast with … More One Word Sunday: CONTRAST (Purple-Yellow Flowers, Nu Shooz song, and Museum Selfie)

One Word Sunday: Night

That door shot above, with our fashionista getting down, reminded me of a time when I was teaching a Positive Psychology workshop. I said,  “Okay, so remember SWB stands for Subjective Well-Being  – not to be confused with SWV, which stands for Sisters with Voices.”  One guy nearly fell out of his seat because he thought … More One Word Sunday: Night