Monday, November 7, 2016

Monday Stuff On the Way to Other Stuff: Get Out There And Vote!

     I'm back from a day working as an election judge...and a little concerned. We weren't that busy, because not that many people had turned in ballots yet. 
     Please don't take your frustration about this strange election as an automatic 'bye' not to vote. It is extremely important to cast your ballot, even if you're not happy with either candidate. 
     Please take time to vote on Tuesday -- it's your last chance to do so.

Joel Rosenberg: 'Why I Voted For Donald Trump.'

Ana Navarro: 'Why I'm Voting for Hillary Clinton.'

The best Christmas DIYs and crafts.  (Courtesy of The Nester)

Ten archeological discoveries consistent with the Bible.  (From Listverse)

The cheapskate's guide to kitchen renovation. Includes valuable tips on selecting kitchen counters and flooring.  (From Afford Anything)

Shirley's Iced Cinnamon Raisin Bread.  Oh my.  (From Hundred Dollars A Month)




What's for supper? The eternal dilemma.  (From Living Rich on the Cheap)

"What's the most useful thing you know -- that most people don't?"  (From Quora) Also:

"What does it feel like to be poor?"  The best answers, by far, are from those writing from India. Reminds me that even though I know what having less feels like -- I've never been truly poor. (From Quora)

41 things you should buy at the dollar store. And 21 items you shouldn't -- though I don't necessarily always agree with him. (From Brad's Deals)

Bring back the gold standard!  At least, Len Penzo thinks so.  (Good luck with that, buddy.) 
    Even if you don't think that's possible, at least he's giving advice on:

A dozen painless ways to save $2000 before the holidays. 

The best mistakes I ever made. (And step-by-step directions for a very pretty magnolia leaf wreath. From Thistlewood Farms)



Printable industrial-style letters -- the how-tos. Kewl!   (From Knockoff Decor)

Yes, the Broncos got beat (bullied like little wussie boys, actually) by the Raiders Sunday night. I don't want to talk about it.


Hang in there. This is going to be an interesting week. 
     Regardless of what happens, God is still King. 




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