Monthly Archives: August 2015

Come on y’all, let’s dance

Dancing with the Stars is back in my good graces. I tuned out the past two seasons because the contestants didn’t pique my interest. But rumor has it that Paula Deen will be on the dance floor this season. Four … Continue reading

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Beauty of the Bayou

Sometimes we search all over the world and find exactly what we’re looking for right in our own back yards. I witnessed that Saturday when I viewed two different photography exhibits — directly across the street from each other. The … Continue reading

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7 Things to Serve wth Seafood Gumbo

In the blogging world of writers, I’ve spotted a trend. Or maybe it’s a gimmick. Or perhaps a mantra.  Simply put — number it and they will read. Last week I viewed 10 Things to Consider When Revising Your Novel, … Continue reading

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Sure you can bring a guest . . . a what?

You’re bringing a surprise dinner guest for seafood gumbo? A vegetarian? Wait, a vegan? With less than two hours until dinner, I realized I needed vegan gumbo — for one. My hard work at making Gumbo Z’Herbes with 15 greens … Continue reading

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Coastal art tasteful, gumbo art delicious

It takes me several hours to whisk through Miles Antique and Collectible Mall – Florida’s largest. It’s so big that when something stops my speed-shopping, you know it’s captivating. This art stopped me in my tracks. The artist has conquered … Continue reading

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Navarre’s Mystical, Magical Gumbo Tent

Saturday I stopped to take pictures of a mystical, mythical Gumbo House set up along a stretch of U.S. 98 I often travel. The last time I passed by, the lot was occupied by a sno-cone stand. Now it’s a … Continue reading

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