In honor of National Pork Month, and because I have an awesome giveaway for you later this week, I am getting porked by my ex husband.
See, there is nothing I won’t do for you guys.
Ex#2 will be preparing a very special pork tenderloin from Costco later this week. He is going Greek with the pork, which sounds like all kinds of fun, and which means the daughter will not be eating with us. More for us!! Check back in later this week to see his piece of meat. I will be sure to take all kinds of pictures for you.
This week, in honor of National Pork Month, get $2.00 off a package of pork tenderloin. As a wholesome cut packing tons of flavors, ounce for ounce, pork tenderloin is as lean as a skinless chicken breast, so you can get porked too!(If you enjoyed this article, please consider giving it a ‘thumbs up’ on Stumble and sharing it on Facebook)
I miss the 80s. I miss feeling good about my country. I’m still proud to be American, I still proudly fly my flag, but I’m one of the few. As I see these kids protesting in Downtown Minneapolis, and across the country, I wonder what makes them proud. Most of the people who are occupying Wall Street, or any of the other financial districts around the country, are too young to remember these speeches by Ronald Reagan. And that’s a shame. I may not agree with all of Reagan’s ideals but when I was a teen with full on big hair, bandanna around my ankle and shoulder pads to shame a linebacker I looked forward to Reagan’s speeches because they always made me feel so proud to be an American.
There is a change coming and I think it is for the good. People are waking up. People are realizing that if they want to have greatness they must accept risk and, more importantly, accept responsibility.
Something is happening, you can feel it in the air. I’m hoping we go back to being Americans. Not Republicans, not Democrats, just Americans.
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