Sizzling Southern Fried Green Tomatoes: Tingle Your Taste Buds (Recipe with Photos)

This may be the season when you find yourself with extra green tomatoes on the vine in your garden, or you see them at your farmer’s market or at your grocer’s. If so, here is an easy recipe for Sizzling Southern Fried Green Tomatoes, just the way I made them for my children when they … Continue reading Sizzling Southern Fried Green Tomatoes: Tingle Your Taste Buds (Recipe with Photos)

I’ll Just Help Myself, Thank You!

We see it all around us: cars stolen, vehicles broken into; valuables stripped from a home or shop through break-in and entry; packages snatched from a front porch; retail merchandise slipped out of a store; someone’s identity information used in a fraudulent manner; take-overs of personal, corporate, and governmental online systems through hacking. The list … Continue reading I’ll Just Help Myself, Thank You!

Ancient Lamps Still Operational in a Modern World

The directives which are the basis of the Judeo-Christian tradition of reverence and worship of God, and also believers’ conduct, are found in the early writings of the Holy Bible. However, even those raised in this tradition sometimes are conflicted between wanting to do what they have been taught is ‘right’ and feeling constricted by … Continue reading Ancient Lamps Still Operational in a Modern World

Two Too Many!–But Not Too Many Years of Nonny’s Blog! 3 and Counting…

Last week I shared with you one of my first blog posts Stinky Story in celebration of publishing posts through WordPress once a week on Friday mornings for three years! Here's another early post from Nonny's Blog which is also meant to entertain. Occasionally I like to write in a different persona. This story is … Continue reading Two Too Many!–But Not Too Many Years of Nonny’s Blog! 3 and Counting…