My friend Robin and I are thinking of starting a blog together for the last three months. We are back and forth in our decision to make a choice between a domain name and a generic name. Both has its advantages and disadvantages. We are not aim to be the big bloggers, or niche bloggers, but purposely want to be true and honest in our ways of thinking. With Codero Promo Codes, I think we will go ahead with a registered domain name.
There are many different popular registrars, as you can see, for us to choose from, and it depends on which one we go with, the price for us to pay is extremely affordable. Surely, we can spend $1.99 to have an adventure with our muses for a year, right?
While making a decision to get a domain name was easy, it is not so to have a clear idea on where we want our blog to be hosted, or what services to have! I don't have a clue of whether we want Core 2 Duo, Core i7, Xeon Quad Core, or Core i5.
I figure it took us this long to collaborate on our ideas, so we have time to further investigate on the services that are available to us. We rather take time to be sure than rushing in and are sorry!
Although we are in winter weather, and most of the time our world is gray and wet; we do have days on rare occasion, beautiful sunrise and sunset. After my purple sky faded away, it left me with this pretty colors to see.
I noticed this yellow berry tree in the front of my church once the leaves were all gone, but with gloomy weather, the pictures didn't show the gorgeous yellow berries as I wanted. So I waited for a sunny day, for a long time, and then snapped.
Today is one of those cold days that only hot and homemade soup would comfort me. I had a small butternut squash in the house, so I cut off the thick skin, and chopped it into bite size. While my broth was cooking with minced shrimp and butternut squash pieces, I soaked two rolls of clear noodle. Season with salt and black pepper. When the squashes are tendered to the fork, I added the noodle before serving.
This morning I wake up having such a bad craving for these two food dishes. Once in a while, the deep Asian root in me cries out for comfort food that I have known since childhood. I had no idea what the dish above called in America, but it is called "Banh Bot Loc" in Vietnamese.
It was made of a thin and small circle crepe-like, filled with shrimp pieces, folded in half, topped with dried yellow onion and sauteed green onion. It is eating with very light diluted fish sauce!