Sunday, November 9, 2014

Monday Stuff On the Way to Other Stuff: Brrrr

The sky is gray, the air (sort of) warm...and strangely quiet. We've got a big storm and incredibly low temps right on the horizon -- and we're not the only ones.

The first bitcoin securities fraud case is starting trial... for a Texas man. Why is this important? Take a look at an article yours truly wrote back in July for Midlife Finance.

A cool quarter-million, for Hemingway's typewriter. (Guess Angelina Jolie's got money to burn, when it comes to her hubby Brad...)

201 frugal birthday gift ideas. These could come in handy for the upcoming holidays, too. (From One Cent At A Time)

Amazing appetizers. A whole range, from deviled eggs to eggrolls. Another something that might just come in handy for the holidays. (From Who Needs A Cape. I know -- I've been profiling her a lot lately, but she has Good Stuff.)

How to make a full-time income by blogging.  (From the Humbled Homemaker)

The power of the coin jar. An old post, but helpful, nonetheless. (From Get Rich Slowly)

Fifty intriguing places to see in Great Britain. Someday...

Whole wheat sourdough tortillas. These are easier to make than you would think -- and the recipe lets you know exactly what you're putting in them (and in your belly, incidentally. From Prairie Homestead)

Another goodie for your Bigfoot files -- a BF that doesn't like gunfire or helicopters! This one was caught totally unaware by the camera. So was the family who 'captured' it, to their mutual surprise. Watch the snowfield to the right, in the background...and look for movement.

A Halloween party - in photos. This looks like it was such fun. (From Chicken Blog)

Lessons learned from the recent election. From yours truly, via Midlife Finance.  I'm really glad the election is over for another year, though I miss my partner Rhonda. (Hope you're feeling better, friend.)

Have a great week.

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