How To Make Iced Coffee

iced-coffee-featuredLet's face it! Most of us love coffee. If you're over fifty, I bet this is how you jump-start your mornings. And if you do, according to WebMD you're less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and dementia. Plus, us coffee drinkers have fewer cases of certain cancers, heart rhythm problems, and strokes.  A day without coffee is like a day without sunshine.

Jeff Bezos said, "In Seattle you haven't had enough coffee until you can thread a sewing machine while it's running." And for those of you who are already retired, it's like one long coffee break. We can never seem to get enough. Of course, If you grind your coffee beans with your teeth, you may be drinking too much coffee! And, if the local coffee shop has awarded you “Employee of the Month” and you don’t even work there, you may be drinking too much coffee. I wouldn't worry about little things like this. Drink as much coffee as you can -- you can always sleep when you're dead.

How would you like to learn how to make the best iced coffee you have ever had? Jeen van der Meer has written a book, How To Make Iced Coffee - 20 Best Iced Coffee Recipes. The book is being offered for free for the next 24-48 hours as part of an Amazon promotion. She says all of the recipes are easy to make.  Here is a list of them:

  • Cold Brew Vanilla Iced Coffee
  • Simple Cold Brew Recipe Perfect for the brewed flavor, but instant availability.
  • Caramel Mocha Iced Coffee
  • French Style Iced Coffee
  • Latte Coffee Shake
  • Not For The Faint Of Heart  Iced Coffee Cocktail
  • Basic FAST Iced Coffee
  • Iced Creamy Mocha Espresso
  • Mocha Coffee Cappuccino on Ice
  • Iced Mocha Coffee Frappe
  • Iced Thai Coffee
  • Instant Chocolate Iced Coffee
  • "Americano Caffe" Style Iced Coffee
  • Spicy Cinnamon and Cardamon Iced Coffee
  • Cinnamon Honey Iced Coffee
  • Pina Colada Iced Coffee
  • Iced Mint Mocha
  • Cherry Cordial Iced Coffee
  • Basic Coffee Milkshakes - Vanilla, Rum or Chocolate
  • Home Cold Brewed Basic Iced Coffee

We have established the fact that coffee is good for you! That doesn't mean all the things you mix with it are good for you, but you know the old adage, "Whatever doesn't kill you; just makes you more awake." So go ahead and download your copy now, while it's free.

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He’s Just a Sweet Transvestite!

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How many times did you see this movie? I bet everyone has seen it more than three times. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is considered to be the longest-running release in film history. It has never been pulled by 20th Century Fox from its original 1975 release, and it continues to play in cinemas.

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Nova Scotia: Cottage for rent

cot-rent-featured  The Bay of Fundy features the highest tides in the world, and at this cottage you'll have a ringside seat to this great force of nature.  Clamming and bass fishing take place right outside your doorstep.

This fully-equipped cottage features 1 spacious bedroom with a queen-size bed, with an additional double bed available via our pull-out sofa bed. For rainy days, you'll find a selection of board games and novels. The cottage also has a 20" TV that pulls in reception from CTV and Global via rabbit ears, although I must admit that reception is variable. We also provide a DVD player and offer FREE COMPLIMENTARY MOVIES. Our current collection of movies numbers in excess of 825, so feel free to request your preferred titles.  If we don't have it, we'll try to get it.

This is the perfect location to re-charge your batteries, and enjoy the peaceful sound of the waves lapping the shore while you sleep at night. There are extensive grounds around the cottage for you to enjoy, and the beach is just steps away.

Many attractions are available locally.  Contact us for  further information. Watch the slideshow below -- contains 10 slides.

As mentioned above, the cottage is fully-equipped.  All you need to bring are your groceries and personal items. This cottage is available on a weekly basis only, at the rate of $500/week, based on double occupancy.  Stays exceeding one week are available at a small discount. There is a $10 charge per night per person for each additional overnight guest. The cottage is available for rent from the first of June to the end of September. A 20% deposit is required near the time of your booking, with the balance to to paid on your arrival.

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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To Heaven and Back

from-heaven-featuredDr. Mary Neal drowned in 1999. It was a kayak accident. She was underwater for at least 15 minutes; maybe even as long as twenty-five. It's been said that after four minutes without oxygen, the brain will die. But she didn't. Somehow, she survived. Dr. Neal claims the reason she survived is because it was God's will.

I'm not what one would call a religious person. I don't have any beliefs one way or the other about it. I don't believe that all things happen for a reason either. Still, it's pretty hard to watch the video below and not believe in something.

I wanted to share this video with my readers. If you believe in God, perhaps this will help strengthen your faith even more. For anyone who is over fifty and is just recently finding themselves alone, you may need any edge you can find to help you get back to a place where you are happy to be you, and happy to be alive.

Dr. Mary Neal wrote a book about her experience. It's called To Heaven and Back. She claims she was given a glimpse of Heaven, and was told by angels that she would need to go back. It wasn't her time.  If you want to know more about her story, you can click the link above and buy the book on Amazon. The Kindle version of the book is only $11.30.

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