Must Know Ice Cream Hacks

Be Inspired..!!

Ice cream is the real MVP. Through breakups, finals, and celebrating, ice cream always pulls through. That’s not to say there aren’t a few downsides that comes with this frozen treat. How annoying is it to get a whole arm workout in just to scoop ice cream that’s basically solid? Or when it’s 10 thousand degrees outside and your cone starts dripping. All these problems, and more, can easily be fixed with these ice cream hacks.

  • Place a marshmallow at the bottom of your pointy ice cream cone to prevent melting ice cream from leaking out.
  • Place your ice cream carton in a closed ziplock bag before placing in the freezer to prevent ice crystals from forming in the ice cream.
  • Serving ice cream to a lot of guests? Pre-scoop individual servings sized scoops into muffin tins with slots lined with cupcake liners.
  • Do you hate scooping our ice cream…

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See you There

Your Fiery

So tell me Love,
What do I do
Take the wheel and drive down the starpaved lane to you
Call the angels and hitch a ride
I’d be by your side so swiftly
I’d catch your breath on my lips before you spoke my name
Rest my wings as you sing a welcome love song
Do I follow my heart
(It’s a one way street to yours)
Or break another as I gently close the disintegrating doors
Should I wait for signs
How many more do I need to catch
Destiny’s symbols are no match
For my perceptive eye
I could dream my way
Balance my sense on closed eyelids
Travel to your arms
Tides of oceans and endless sands to carry
me
away
I could just take your hand
If you let me
No one gets to have me the way you do
let me in
I ring the…

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Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #55 – The Roundup Post

My Random Ramblings

The prompt for the Saturday Six Word Story (6WSP) #55 was: Motivation.

Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #55:

By Joelle: Writing motivates the soul to create.

By Sadje at Keep it alive: Motivation; Magical effect of unexpected guests.

By Ramya Vivek at My Musings: Is conscious self-motivation her only salvation?

By Di at pensitivity101: It takes just a little encouragement.

By Keith at Keith’s Ramblings:

“ Today’s lecture – Motivation!

Hey …

Wake up! “

By Christine Goodnough at Christine’s Collection: Even simple tasks exhausted her now.

By Susi Bocks at I Write Her: Motivation lacking, sign of the times.

By Fandango at This, That and The Other: Motivation: completing a work in progress.

By Laura McHarrie at The Hidden Edge: Her adventurous son is – her motivation.

By Cheryl at THE BAG LADY: Motivation is a welcomed grandkid’s visit.

By Aseem Rastogi at Transition of Thoughts: His motivation…

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Poem #335

Luna

Somewhere between the smoke and alcohol,
the hobbies and oversleeping,
the binges and the purges
you realize it was never a writers block.

You screamed your words at that page
to let go, to release.
You never expected they would scream
right back at you.

You used to write to let it all out
now you fake writers block to keep it all in.
Just to avoid reading what you feel.
Just to avoid facing your own fears.

Last poem by Luna: Poem #334
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I WILL CARRY THE SCARS

By Keza/Spiritedsoul And Charles Robert Lindholm – The Reluctant Poet

How Can I Hold Him,
A Long Lost Lover,
Still Under My Skin,
A Devil At  Heart,

Returned To Haunt
And Seduce Me
With Passions
And Desire

Relighting
Old Embers
Into A Fire,
Now Raging
In My Soul

How Can I Hold Him,
While I Still Love You,
He,  
Is Nothing Like You

You’re So Loving And Kind
And Done Nothing Wrong
It Would Be Heartless And Cruel
For Me
To Let You Go,
And To Choose
Another

It Would Be So Difficult
To Tell You About Him
And What I’ve Done
When I Want To Let
Him Go

I Know I Will Carry
The Scars Of His Fire
In My Soul Forever

But,
I Will Suffer
With The Regret
And Pain
In Silence

No Words
Will Ever Be
Spoken

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