Monday 4 December 2017

On Monday 4 December, 2017, at 9pm EST, “The Scam of ‘Wish — Shopping Made Fun‘”.

At 9:30pm, “Pogo the Clown” (finally!).

Go to: A Little Bit of Something…

Blessed Be,

D. K. Stevens


Back To School September / October

Every couple of weeks, I hope to post a Back To School blog for US, THE PARENTS.
* One week, I will introduce you to amazing, relaxing products with a special interview by the products creator.
* Another week I will give you tops and quotes from parents who got off of drugs for their kids, and stay off of drugs for their kids.
* Tips on dealing with Children’s Services.
* Pets and kids.
* Making sure your kids actually do their homework
* Kids and bullies
* Anything readers suggest.
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Find this on my new site, “A Little Bit of Everything

Simple Vegetarian / Vegan Lunch

I have been an ovo-lacto (ovo = eggs; lacto = dairy) vegetarian since August 1989. I spent the first half at camp as a vegetarian; came home and ate ribs at Tony Roma’s which, at the time, was on 6th ave between 9th and 10th st, on the 23rd, until they claimed they were “out” of ribs (I had swollen glands from Mono, and knew this would be my last time eating meat, so argued that it was, “All You Can Eat”. They suggested I not become a vegetarian.); and have (knowingly) had meat only one time since then, in the late ’90’s. (I bought a Deluxe frozen pizza. To me, “deluxe” meant mushroons, olives, peppers, etc. To the people making the pizza, it meant including pepperoni and sausage.) Oh, and there was the time my grandparents took me out to dinner for my 16th birthday to an expensive restaurant across from Central Park. I told them that I was a vegetarian; the waitress checked (or said she did) with the chef and promised the appetizer — something with orzo, a cross between rice and pasta — was vegetarian. One bite and I ran to the bathroom saying, “Beef stock” before throwing up repeatedly. When I got back to the table the waitress was, “Oh, gee, the chef said he cooked it with a shank bone but he took it out.” It was the one time that I was glad my grandfather tipped 15% of the main courses only.
I’m not one of those, “I don’t eat meat so therefore you can’t”- types. If you like it, go ahead and put in real sausages. I just can’t eat meat because my love of animals has become a neurotic, “That’s flesh! Oh my G-d, how do people know they’re not eating human flesh? Ugh, flesh…” (I have a thing about. “flesh”.).

But this recipe is really just a quick sandwich. You can use meat sausages, whatever you choose. 

You will need:

Morningstar Farms Sausage Links (or regular sausage links. My son loves McDonald’s sausage patties and swears the Morningstar Farms Sausage Patties taste the same.). Morningstar Farms is also low-fat, high protein.

a roll / bun / hero / 2 slices of bread / something to make a sandwhich

cheese, preferably grated (I like Mozerella or a Mozerella blend but choose what you like. Vegan cheese, as long as it melts, works well, too.)

— {optional} tomato sauce (might add a minute or two. Add it when you add the last of the cheese and the half-cooked sausages.)

How to:

1. Microwave sausage links halfway (about a minute for vegan; check the package for meat. I know that meat needs to be a certain temperature to kill off bacteria and other things.).

2. Cut roll in half, cover with cheese (and tomato sauce if using sauce).

3. Place sausage links on roll, add remaining cheese.

4. Microwave until cheese is melted.

5. Serve with drink, such as Bolthouse Farms.

6. Enjoy!

Total time: about 5 minutes for vegan / vegetarian; probably 10 for real meat.

About Me

I am a mom.

I am an ovo-lacto vegetarian who believes it is not worth my time to hate anyone.

My son’s dad crippled me by snapping my spine. I also have fibromyalgia and lots of fun illnesses / diseases. I live in chronic pain.

My posts are about my life. Sometimes I post stories or poems or reviews.

I’m verbose.

I’m an avid reader.

I like constructive feedback.

I am writing this on my phone so apologize, in advance, for typos.

I believe in giving credit where credit is due so if you see your work and there is no credit, please let me know. If you wish to repost or quote something of mine, please let me know. Everything is copyrighted.

Blessed Be, 

D.K. Stevens

Divorce Timeline

Jambernews will now be an archive. There will also be a forum (the link is in the menu).
Jambernews has been a wonderful site for people to go and read an unbiased account of Amber Heard (who?) and the man unlucky enough to be snared in her web, Johnny Depp. Some have claimed that Jambernews is anti-Amber, but this is not true. The site also offers insight into Narcassistic Personality Disorder.
This piece is a brief overview of the Johnny Depp / Amber Heard divorce.
Thank you, Andy, for all of the hard work you and your Jamber Elves (instead of Xmas Elves) have done over the years. Wishing you and yours all tbe best in your future endeavors.
Blessed Be,
Dee Kat
A.K.A. dkstevens327


May 20-21 Johnny Depp’s Mother Betty Sue Palmer passes away.

May 23 Heard Files for Divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. She asks for 50,000 a month in spousal support, the penthouse, and the range rover.

Depp’s attorneys have not had enough time to get all of his financials together. Until they have more time, they can not agree to Amber Heard’s demands.

May 27 Heard Accuses Depp of Abuse, obtains a restraining order, and states she;s been abused for 4 years by Depp, and that he has a long history of substance abuse. She claimed Depp threw an iPhone at her on May 21st, photos are released showing a facial mark caused by the iPhone. The police that arrived that evening (May 21st) state they did not see any marks on her , nor any thing in the home that was disturbed.

May 29 Friend Says Depp Was ‘Manipulated’ By Heard…

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Help a Family Keep Custody of their Transgender Child

Originally published on my birthday. Well, I didn’t exactly make a wish so… (I can’t say it out loud or it won’t come true).

Transgender Bisexual Political Nerd

Letter from a grandmother who is trying to help her daughter and grandson who is living out his childhood as the gender he believes himself to be. Read this story and help support a family doing what they all families should do support their children. 

I am the grandmother of a 7-year-old child who loves bugs, swimming, artichokes, Elvis and Superman. When my grandchild was born, the doctors told my daughter that she had a baby girl. But my grandchild has consistently maintained that, “The doctors got it wrong” and “I’m really a boy.” He even picked a new name for himself: Jake. For the past year his mother and our side of the family have supported him living as a boy and have watched him absolutely thrive. Unfortunately his father, who shares 50% custody with my daughter, has not been supportive at all. In fact, he’s now filed a…

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