My Mosaics

My Mosaics


U.S. Army- soliders check it out

The National Museum of the U.S. Army recognizes the service and sacrifice of
the American Soldier at home and around the world, at war and during peace.

The Registry of the American Soldier provides an opportunity for anyone who
served in the U.S. Army to have his or her name and service history placed on
record at the Museum. If you served, you need to be in the Registry!

You may also register the name of a family member or friend, if they
currently serve, or have served in the U.S. Army, or submit someone from the past.

The Registry will be on permanent display at the Museum, and it will be
accessible via the internet for those who cannot visit in person.

The Registry of the American Soldier is a publicly submitted listing of
those who served in the U.S. Army. The Registry is not an official document of
the U.S. Government.

_Welcome to the Army Historical Foundation_


New Drugs for Women >from Aunty Deena

Take 2 and the rest of the world can go to hell for up to 8 full hours.

EMPTYNESTROGEN- Suppository that eliminates melancholy and loneliness by reminding you of how awful they were as teenagers and how you couldn't wait till they moved out.

Plant extract that treats mom's depression by rendering preschoolers unconscious for up to two days.

PEPTOBIMBO -Liquid silicone drink for single women. Two full cups swallowed before an evening out increases breast size, decreases intelligence, and prevents conception.

DUMBEROL -When taken with Peptobimbo, can cause dangerously low IQ, resulting in enjoyment of country music and pickup trucks.

FLIPITOR- Increases life expectancy of commuters by controlling road rage and the urge to flip off other drivers.

MENICILLIN- Potent anti-boy-otic for older women. Increases resistance to such lethal lines as, "You make me want to be a better person. "

Injectable stimulant taken prior to shopping. Increases potency, duration, and credit limit of spending spree.

Relieves headache caused by a man who can't remember your birthday, anniversary, phone number, or to lift the toilet seat.

A spray carried in a purse or wallet to be used on anyone too eager to share their life stories with total strangers in elevators.

NAGAMENT- When administered to a boyfriend or husband, provides the same irritation level as nagging him.


3,000-year-old tombs unveiled in Egypt - Yahoo! News

Jeeves -HoTep....

From Aunt Deena

What is wrong with this picture?

If you look closely at the picture above, you will note that all the Marines pictured are bowing their heads. That's because they're praying. This incident took place at a recent ceremony honoring the birthday of the corps, and it has the ACLU up in arms. "These are federal employees," says Lucius Traveler, a spokesman for the ACLU, "on federal property and on federal time. For them to pray is clearly an establishment of religion, and we must nip this in the bud immediately." When asked about the ACLU's charges, Colonel Jack Fessender, speaking for the Commandant of the Corps said (cleaned up a bit), "Screw the ACLU." GOD Bless Our Warriors, Send the ACLU to France . Please send this to people you know so everyone will know how stupid the ACLU is getting in trying to remove GOD from everything and every place in America . May God Bless America , One Nation Under GOD! What's wrong with the picture? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING GOD BLESS YOU FOR PASSING IT ON! I am sorry but I am not breaking this one.....Let us pray


You Are Destined to Rule the World

You have the makings of a very evil dictator...
Which is both kind of cool and kind of scary!
Will you rule the world? Maybe. Maybe not.
But at least you know that you could.
You Are 64% Texas

Well, knock me down and steal muh teeth! You're pretty darn Texan.


from Aunt Deena

At a U2 concert in Halifax , Nova Scotia ,
Bono asks the audience for
some quiet. Then, in the silence, he starts to
slowly clap his hands.
He says into the microphone, in a deep solemn

'Just for a moment, think outside ourself...

Outside this arena. Every time I clap my
hands, a child in Africa dies.'

A loud Newfy voice from near the front pierces
the moment and says, ...

'Well,Lard tunderin jasus, ya stupid arse,
stop yer fockin' clappin',

--U2 used to be cool back about 100 years ago when I was young but now....um...NOT!


DarkStarlings Industrial Gothic Underground Community



Happy St. Valentine's Day

Just in time for valentines day

For centuries, gardeners, poets, and lovers have assigned meaning to flowers. Following are some of the most popular blooms and their romantic meanings.

Ambrosia = reciprocal love
Pink carnation = I will never forget you
Red chrysanthemum = I love you
Daffodil = Unrequited love
Daisy = innocence and loyalty
Forget-me-not = true love
Gardenia = secret love
Calla lily = beauty
Lily-of-the-valley = sweetness
White lily = purity
Narcissus = stay as sweet as you are
Orange blossom = eternal love
Orchid = love and beauty
Primrose = I can't live without you
Red tulip = declaration of love
Stephanotis = happiness in marriage
Yellow tulip = sunshine in your smile
Blue violet = I'll be true
Viscaria = let's dance
Magenta zinnia = lasting affection

Roses Are for Lovers
Roses are in a category by themselves. Giving them is the quintessential romantic gesture, although you may be surprised to learn that not all roses mean love. Some represent other emotions: dark crimson roses are for times of mourning and yellow roses speak of jealousy and waning love!
Most roses signify love.

Single full-bloom rose = I love you
Hibiscus rose = delicate beauty
Pink roses = perfect happiness
Red rosebud = pure and lovely
Tea rose = I will remember you always
White roses = innocence and purity
Red roses = love
Thorn less rose = love at first sight"


The Bothy

The Bothy



Silkroad Online

looks cool ,might have to check it out
Pink Lemonade Pie

1 (8- or 9-inch) baked pie crust
1 (6-ounce) can frozen
pink lemonade from concentrate, thawed
1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese,
1 (14-ounce) can *EAGLE BRAND(r)* Sweetened Condensed Milk (NOT
evaporated milk)
Few drops red food coloring (optional)
1 (4-ounce)
container frozen non-dairy whipped topping, thawed
1/2 cup coconut, tinted

Instructions In large bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy.
Gradually beat in *EAGLE BRAND(r)*, lemonade concentrate and food coloring
(optional). Fold in whipped topping. Pour into prepared pie crust. Chill 4
hours or until set. Garnish with coconut. Store leftovers covered in

Anna Nicole Smith dead - Yahoo! News

wow , holy crap....her poor little baby, just 5 months old.

just like MM.



Eternal embrace? Couple still hugging 5,000 years on - Yahoo! News

click the link there is a pic....amazing

Police investigate sexual abuse of corpses - Yahoo! News

eeeeewwwww :(

Broiled Ginger Lamb Chops


1 teaspoon minced ginger root
1 teaspoon minced garlic
4 teaspoons oil, preferably canola oil
1 teaspoon soy sauce
1 teaspoon red wine vinegar
1/2 teaspoon brown sugar
Pepper to taste
4 small loin lamb chops, 1-inch thick


1. Preheat broiler.
2. Combine ginger, garlic, oil, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar
and pepper in a bowl.
3. Place lamb chops in a dish and coat with ginger
mixture, reserving a portion of ginger mixture for
4. Broil chops for 7 minutes on one side, then turn and
brush with remaining ginger mixture. Broil an
additional 5รข€“7 minutes or until done, as desired.


BLEED Designs: What's New?

stuff for Second life...

Sew Much Comfort -

Sew Much Comfort provides adaptive clothing free of charge to support the unique needs of our injured service members. We create and/or adapt clothing to meet the unique needs of the wounded service members. For many service members the only hospital clothing available is a hospital gown. These gowns are drafty, do not cover properly and are impractical for optimum recovery. By creating custom adaptive clothing, our hope is to make their recovery more comfortable both physically and emotionally.

Our clothing gives the service members the ability to have ready access to their injuries by utilizing the adaptive openings in our clothing that ease their exams and physical therapy, as well as facilitating the difficult process of dressing themselves in their everyday life. Our clothing allows injured service members to easily dress themselves and their clothing appears as normal as civilian attire which helps facilitate a more natural and comfortable recovery. We are currently making clothing to fit over a fixator (36” metal halo that goes around an injured limb) devices for either arm or leg injuries. Full and mid length access pants. We make adaptive boxer shorts, male and female, and adaptive shirts to cover upper body injuries. Because we do not know the exact injuries of each service member, we have devised generic patterns that suffice in most applications. When completed, our adaptive clothing is ambidextrous to cover most limb injuries without compromising the natural look. Our volunteer seamstresses make this all possible. Without their dedication and effort making our adaptive clothing, we would not be able to accomplish our mission. The seamstresses have donated fabric or sought donations of fabrics they sew. We have sewing groups as well as individuals all across the United States. Each volunteer has their own story to tell about how they became involved with Sew Much Comfort. We thank each and every volunteer who has come forth to volunteer time and energy to make our service members a bit more comfortable as they recover from their injuries. Our goal when we began was to provide each service member with a minimum wardrobe as they recover. We have not been able to meet that goal. Can you imagine only having two pair of underwear and one pair of pants to wear until you are released from the hospital? Recovery time for some of these service members can be months or even a year. We are seeking monetary and clothing donations so we can provide for every injured service member. With monetary donations we are able to provide our seamstresses with velcro, elastic, snaps, but our biggest expense is shipping. Your help can make a service member’s life easier as they recover from their injuries. This is our mission and we cannot accomplish it without your help.

We are a 501 (c) 3 public charity, all donations are tax deductible


Thank you for considering a contribution to the Sew Much Comfort (SMC) project. SMC raises money and organizes volunteers to provide adaptive clothing to help our soldiers who have made life altering sacrifices on our behalf. All monies donated to SMC are used to provide adaptive clothing to our wounded soldiers while they recover from their injuries. For us to reach our goal of providing a minimum wardrobe to each soldier. In order to achieve our goal financial donations are needed. Shipping costs is a major cost for us, the seamstresses need to ship the completed clothing to distribution center, than we ship to the needed soldier.

We are a 501 (c) 3 charity and donations are tax deductible. The generous support of individuals, foundations, corporations and others will significantly facilitate SMC’s ability to provide much needed clothing for the many injured soldiers.

With your generosity and support, our soldier's lives can be affected in a supportive, encouraging and beneficial way. Their recoveries become more comfortable and your efforts will assist their return to a higher level of normalcy and dignity as they recover from their injuries sustained in our name and for our great country. On behalf of all the soldiers we serve, we all thank you for your help and support.

* All donations are tax deductible

Monetary donations send to: Michele Cuppy
Sew Much Comfort
13805 Frontier Lane
Burnsville, MN 55337

We also can use donations of new clothing and fabric for our seamstress's to modify. We adapt boxers, polo shirts, t-shirts, athletic shorts and pants. They can have logo’s on them but must be new. We also have many requests from our soldiers for professional sports team gear. Please contact us if you have new clothing to donate.

Please using PayPal


Uncle Bruce

I recieved word this morning of the passing of my Uncle Bruce.

My other Uncle , called to tell me. This is hard I have not seen him for many years, but he is Family. He was a wonderful carpenter, fisherman, down to earth guy. He made the casket for my Mother's ashes after she died, it took him months , because he'd start crying and couldn't work. I always remember that.

We had good times down at the Trailer and At Wally's Farm, the camp outs at Cummings Lake , going for boat rides on the lake. I remember him as sort of a rough hewn man, very different from my Dad,his brother.

This is the stuff I remember...he is at peace now , out of pain and suffering.

He was surrounded by Family,

his children and grandchildren and his Loving Wife of many years ,

My Aunt Lorraine.

I will remember, I have told my children, and have shown them pictures of their Great Uncle Bruce, they will know him.

In this way we stay alive in the hearts of people that love us...

-- There is no death, only a change of worlds.--Native American Proverb


Ninja Dog from Cute Overload :Jack...

where is Jack?...
He Fades....
Gotta love a Stealth dog.:)


a new song...for me...


by The Fall

wicked bass groove:) oh yeah...

Help us help dogs

a good thing..


A very worthwhile endevour, please visit and write a card for the troops.
We will be...
HOOAH is a battle cry.
HOOAH is a state of mind.
HOOAH is the ultimate compliment.

The Celebrity Addresses Database

For all your creepy Stalker needs...Kidding..
cool to write your Fav star and maybe get a reply:)

Wild Rose Essentials Soaps

looks like a nice place ,
I'd love to try the citrus morning , and rich lady Soaps:)( cause I'm so ancient now:)

herbal oils and essences are used , hand made with care..
I wonder if they have a paper catalog?
I love natural stuffs:) so much better for you.