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Showing posts from October 8, 2006

Rona's Recommended Internet Show - Women Power Talk Radio

If you don't already know I'm am a huge fan of Internet Talk radio shows. One, they fill a niche, two, you can listen when you want- 24 hours, 7 days a week and many are fun, entertaining and educational.

'Women Power Talk Radio Show' is for me and ladies that are 40+ years and issues that are unique to us.
Raven Blair Davis, Host and Executive Producer, speaks with women that are 40+ years, their careers, life experience and the path that they are. Every show is so empowering and insightful.

So stop by and take a listen. Also feel free to recommend this show to your friends.

Marcus' Favorite Lasagna Recipe

Sometimes I add 1 pound of lean ground beef, sliced mushrooms and chopped garlic. It travels well for potlucks and is great for leftovers. You can also use the round and square ravioli for this one. Just remember cooking is fun and don't forget to include your kids.

Marcus' Lasagna

1 26-ounce jar pasta sauce (tomato with basil is our favorite)
1 18-24-ounce refrigerated large square or round cheese ravioli
1 10-ounce box frozen chopped spinach, thawed and excess water squeezed dry
1 8-ounce bag shredded Italian blend cheese
1/2 cup grated Parmesan

Preheat oven at 350 degrees.

Pour a thin layer of sauce over the bottom of a 11-by-7-inch 2-quart baking dish. Cover with a single layer of ravioli. Top with half the spinach, half the cheese, and a third of the sauce. Repeat with another layer of ravioli and the remaining spinach, cheese, and half the remaining sauce. Sprinkle with the Parmesan cheese. Cover with foil. Bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Uncover and bake until bubbly…

Wordless Wednesday

My son's favorite lasagna recipe. Simply Easy Lasagna.

Rona's Recommended Weekly Blog - Tammy's Time

Don't you just love finding new favorite blogs from visiting your old favorites? Well that's what happened when I found 'Tammy's Time'. Tammy provides beautiful, colorful pictures as well as posting about a variety of crafts, home projects and reading.

I feel like I'm stopping by her home for a cup of coffee and a chat everytime. Now how fun is that?

Stop by Tammy's blog today and say hello!

US Open Wheelchair Tennis Championship - A Great Event

Our son volunteer as a ball person, at the U.S. Open Wheelchair Championship at the Barnes Family Tennis Center in San Diego, this Sunday. He had an afternoon shift which gave him the opportunity to watch some of the other sets. My husband and I had never seen the event so we decided to hang out.

It was a privilege to see the world's top paraplegic and quadriplegic tennis players compete. We also enjoyed watching our son and the other ball people do their stuff.

This event was the highlight of our weekend. And surely reminds all of us that when dealing with a with it!

Avoid Home Business Scams - Stay At Home Parents

Before starting a home business consider doing some research about the company first. There are many home business scams out there and I know you can spend that money elsewhere.

Read Barbara Whiting, Stay At Home Parents Guide, article 'Avoid Home Business Scams'. You'll learn to listen to your instincts, stay away from those pyramid schemes and more.

Career Outlook for Virtual Assistants by India Jordan

If you are considering starting a Virtual Assistant home business please read India Jordan's insiteful article. After you're done stop by her website for her free e-book.
Career Outlook for Virtual Assistants By: India Jordan

Government career outlook predictions aren't developed yet for the Virtual Assistance industry, whether that's because it's a relatively new field or because the tasks done by VAs are as varied as the VAs themselves remains to be seen. One has to examine similar fields and skill-sets to see how VAs will fare in the years to come. By looking at these similar fields, you can see that the growth outlook for Virtual Assistance is above average. The question of "Will this job still be around in 20 years?" can be answered by looking at the services that a specific VA is offering and closely-related "traditional" employment fields.

The most important thing to remember, though, is to keep current with technology and …

The My Job"Fill In The Blank" Contest - Deadline October 31st

Varisty Books and Brickfish website is asking your 9th to 12th grades to submit their craziest, funniest job ideas for a chance at a $2,000 scholarship to spend any way they want! Runner up prizes will be free movies and music for a year!

Stop by the website for more details.

Would you like to know where to find more contests and scholarship news? Join the HomeschoolBuyers Co-op. It's free to join and there lots of great benefits.