Update SMTP Password (Konica Minolta)

If you Scan to Email with your Konica Minolta MFP and you change your main email account’s password, you will need to update the new password into the “E-mail TX (SMTP)” field of the MFP’s GUI. You’ll need to open a web browser and input the MFP’s IP (Ex: 192.168.1.200) into the web browser’s address

Continue reading »

Kim’s Crawfish Review #5

This crawfish stop was at a food truck off of 1488. They offer 5lbs of crawfish, two potato’s and two sausage for $39.00, what I consider to be a fair price and I added a side of mushrooms WHICH WERE EXCELLENT! These were HUGE mushrooms, I almost got as full on them as I did

Continue reading »

Quick Easy Snacks

I want to share with you some quick and easy snacks or even sides that I make when I am feeling a little hungry or need a quick side to go with my meal but is still a standout piece and not just a quick can of nuked corn or green beans. Caprese Salad: So,

Continue reading »

Summer Is Around The Corner

Summer 2021 is going to be one the most anticipated seasons for my wife and I, after enduring more than a year isolated without going out to visit public places. (except walking the dogs at a neighborhood park) We can’t hardly wait!! This summer we are planning to go to different places like the beach,

Continue reading »

Kim’s Crawfish Review #4

If you read my previous crawfish blog, you will know that I wrote about Woodsons on 99 unfavorably. Since that time I’ve heard many a rave review regarding Woodsons on 1488 so I decided to stop in to give them a shot. While I will say they were better than Woodsons on 99, they were

Continue reading »

Hanging With My “Peeps”

Easter Sunday has come and gone, now what to do with those lingering “peeps” the ones you ran into making a last-minute trip to the store your old childhood friends the ones that you thought were a good idea to invite to your celebration. How fun would it be to catch up after all this

Continue reading »

Quotes

“Desire to always be on the right way no matter how tough it gets. A very slow movement on the right way is better than overwhelming speed on the wrong path!” ―Israelmore Ayivor   “The hardest truth about hope: it makes you continue and it makes you suffer.” ―Maxime Lagacé     “Both optimists and pessimists

Continue reading »

Kim’s Crawfish Review #3

This Saturday some friends and I made the drive out to Crosby to visit the Crawfish Shack – the establishment with the most reliably consistent crawfish. This was my first visit in 2021 and finally, my crawfish itch has been scratched! Crawfish Shack has three spice choices, mild, medium and mo, and they offer Louisiana

Continue reading »

Fallen Warriors Memorial

I recently signed up for a virtual 5k and  went to Cy-Champ Park on Cutten Road to complete my commitment.  Along with beautiful nature trail there is a Fallen Soldier Memorial. This memorial is very touching and I wanted to share a few pictures , hopefully it will inspire people to to take the time

Continue reading »

Mudding

The term “mudding” wasn’t just grabbed out of thin air to describe offroad adventures with an ATV, Side-by-Side, or dirtbike. Even if you don’t plan to get dirty, your machine (and you) eventually will get caked in dirt, grime, and in Texas, pollen.   When this happens, you’ll want to have the right tools in

Continue reading »

Kim’s Crawfish Review #2

The family and I stopped in our local Woodsons for dinner and guess what was on the menu – Crawfish! I am SO very sad to report this was the most dissatisfying crawfish meal I’ve had in quite some time. They were medium / small in size and peeled pretty easily but were totally flavorless.

Continue reading »

Kim’s Crawfish Review: Part 1

My favorite season is Fall but my favorite time of year is Crawfish season. We are in it ya’ll. I recently stopped in at Busters Crawfish in Porter, which I’ve never been to before. Its totally a hole in the wall place, basically all outdoor and open air. We went on a Saturday night and

Continue reading »

BBQ Spare Ribs

BBQ Spare Ribs: As a young mother of 7 yr old and 2 yr old I live on a budget. But unfortunately, my stomach still craves at a pricier expense. With that being said, I had to enhance my recipes so that I can still satisfy my fancy cravings. Yes, to me ribs are fancy!

Continue reading »

NASA Home & City

As a parent of school aged children, I’m always looking for fun new ways to get their attention and learn with them.  After a recent conversation with my son about all the different tools and technology space travel has brought to our society, I went in search of a good resource.  After a quick search

Continue reading »

Rebooting the Copier/Printer

MFP’s may not function properly after a power loss. Problems may include “not printing”, “not scanning”, displaying error codes or other oddities. I recommend turning off the “MAIN” power switch for a minimum of 10 seconds PLUS unplugging the machine’s power cord in an attempt to correct any odd problems. The “MAIN” power switch is

Continue reading »

Sharpening My Cooking Skills

Ever since the covid19 pandemic started and all of us went sheltering into our homes and spend a lot of time with the immediate family, my wife and I decided to learn more about cooking. Watching YouTube cooking videos, we started cooking national and international recipes like American, Cuban, Colombian, Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Central America

Continue reading »

Keto Cheesecake

Like many others this new year I have been trying to eat healthier and get more active. With all these changes I was on the hunt for something to curb my sweet tooth. I came across this recipe for Keto Cheesecake on Chocolate Covered Katie.com and figured I would give it a try. To my

Continue reading »

“Living La Vida Simply“

To some simple living is living without life’s Promise of the finer things in life, you know “Big homes, Fancy Cars, Cement Ponds, Black Gold, Texas Tea, Work Hard Play Hard I want it now American Dream” To others simple living is having what means most to them in life, things with a purpose &

Continue reading »
Pages:1234567...30»