After weeks and weeks of mostly unseasonably warm weather, we're due for snow. Or rain. Something wet, at least.
Not that I'll know until Monday evening -- I'm working for the election Monday and Tuesday. Long hours. Wednesday and Thursday, too...but it will be normal hours then. Names and numbers, names and numbers. Lots of clicking on the computer, double-checking ballot entries. Sigh...
Since I'll be Otherwise Occupied tomorrow, here's Monday Stuff a bit early.
Queso Compuesto -- a hot Mexican cheese dip, but better. (From Who Needs A Cape)
The boy who was kissed to death back in 1909. Literally. Weird.
Remember the guy who disappeared while attending a Denver Broncos game? He turned up a couple of hours south in Pueblo...said he didn't want to watch football anymore, and just started hitchhiking. His family (and the police) finally found him in a K-Mart parking lot. And that's basically all they're saying. See more about it here, including what he told the police. Hey, we don't make this stuff up...
Forgetful moments. Please, tell me you haven't experienced any of these...
Five tips to keep you going -- and adjusted -- to Daylight Savings Time.
An interesting way to salvage your damaged sweater...as a fall wreath! Then she uses the leftover sleeves to make...
Easy boot socks. No sewing! (Both items from All Things G & D)
The ten most common ways to earn passive income. As in...you aren't actively working to get it. (From One Cent At A Time)
Eggs in Spicy Pepper Sauce, served with a side of bravery. I can't tell you how much I admire this blogger, for her honest, disciplined approach to life. No complaining -- just honesty and great, cheap food, with the promise of splurging more later on. (From Poor Girl Eats Well)
The annual "No More Christmas Crap" campaign. It's been going on for several years now. (From Living on the Cheap)
A pendant lamp from a grocery store bag? (Actually, 1 1/2 bags...from A Piece of Rainbow)
Snowy ways to save the day (i.e., preparing for when winter cold comes -- and stays) from yours truly, via Midlife Finance. (I should have a post on elections there, later in the week.)
A wonderful French Provincial chair makeover. (From Confessions of a Serial Dyer)
Have a good week.