Alabamians just weren’t built for this. I’m praying for a little sunshine.
The two years (from early 2012 to early 2014) when I lived with my cousin, Shannon Wood, in Honoraville, Alabama.
Little did I know that I’d be writing this post the very next day after launching a campaign to buy a home. I published the launch post at 12:06 p.m. and managed to hit the target goal of $5,000 in just over 24 hours. I thought I’d be fortunate to … Continue reading →
All I want for Christmas is a new home. Here’s how you can help my Christmas wish come true.
Three WordPress child themes to spruce up your blog for the holiday season.
![/user/media/2013/12/sweet-potato-fries-960x720.jpg](The envy of all my low-carb friends) This is the last of my sweet potatoes from my garden this year. I thought it only fitting to finish them off by making baked sweet potato fries with a little homemade ketchup from a friend. … Continue reading →
My housemate helped me clean today. He even scrubbed the tub and dusted. I have no choice but to accept this as divine intervention on a scale never before witnessed by man; there must be some higher power in this universe. Henceforth, I will dedicate the remainder of my life to finding and learning more about this higher power.
These were just awesome. I made two batches in the course of about three days. This is a modified version of the King Author Flour recipe. … Continue reading →
A new experiment in the kitchen with homemade cinnamon rolls and some other goodies.
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How to create a parent-to-child post relationship between posts belonging to two different post types in WordPress.