Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Friday, January 16, 2015

dcrelief ~ Celebrate the Small Things


It's great to be back after a two month sabbatical from this bloghop! I'm excited to read about your celebrations. Before I share mine with you ~ here are some changes. 














Welcome to our new sponsor  ~ 

Welcome to our co- hosts ~

Katie @ TheCyborg Mom

What am I celebrating? I thought you'd never ask...













1 ~ I have finally baked a successful apple cobbler.With this baking stuff, ingredients have to be accurate. Have a slice...











2 ~ Looking for adventure - I joined a music blog hop! Twice a month, on the 1st and the 15th, we do a "Battle of the Bands." Come over and listen to my two song choices. You can vote for the one you like best. (Yes, I'm promoting me, why not?) Look for my button in the right-hand margin that says: "dcrelief ~ I like Sax."  Go ahead... push that!






Alex J. Cavanaugh ~ mini ninja captain






3 ~ I'm celebrating Alex J. Cavanaugh's special site for Dragon of the Stars..."What Are the "Kargrandes?"  Every Monday morning, Alex will give us a new clue. A piece of the puzzle will fall into place, all the way up until the day before Dragon’s release... April 7, 2015! There's a button in the right-hand margin. Push it to get the newest clue!


I hope everyone has a fun celebration day. Thank you for hopping over here! And now ~  the linky vehicle we travel on...


20 comments:

  1. Apple cobbler!!!!! I love that, and it looks fabulous in the picture. Baking yummy things is one of the best parts of winter. I'm glad you're doing the band battle, and thanks for reminding me about Alex's new site. Have a great weekend! :)

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    1. Yummy things in the winter - yes!! Enjoy your time off!

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  2. Oh I'm drooling over the apple cobbler..i want some:) Delicious.

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  3. Hi T.F. - I was just reading about your AC. Then I found an earlier blog. You've written quite a bit, so you must enjoy it.

    The cobbler is killer. I could post the recipe... :)

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  4. never had an apple cobbler but it looks nom nom,especially the crispy top!

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    1. Dezzy - I'll send you the recipe. It's so easy!

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  5. Apple cobbler? I so need that kind of celebration.

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  6. I LOVE apple cobbler. Haven't had it for a while, might have to change that real soon! Happy weekend.

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    1. Suzanne - If it's cold weather where you're at - it would do double duty. Heat the home and please that tummy! Happy weekend to you.

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  7. Yum, that cobbler 'smells' good. Yep, one look and my senses went wild, and I have a frig full of apples too....

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  8. I'm going to you BotB page soon. Just a few other blogs to look at first.

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    1. Hi Michael - okay.
      Man, you had one funny post on!

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  9. Ooh, that looks delicious! I love apple cobbler, apple crisp, apple pie....

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  10. Go you! That's pretty awesome! I have been gluten-free for years, so baking is a totally different world. I appreciate struggle in the kitchen ;)
    Great to see you!

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    1. >> "...so baking is a totally different world." You are so right!!! Loving it though.

      My pleasure seeing you, Kelley!

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