I've talked to quite a few people over these last 5 years and have had so many promotional ads created of them,  I do enjoy being on Internet radio. I have to tell you it hasn't been easy for me especially when it came  to the technology, I've burned through at least 3 computers and am working on my fifth because I currently use 2 computers which are both on shaky grounds.  My studio is slowly becoming the computer graveyard, I’ve had computers and equipment that have broken down on me. One of the things that I hate the most is storage I seem to run into problems with storage space because I have so much graphic and videos. A couple of years ago I invested in a “My Cloud” personal cloud storage equipment, so I copied all of my pictures from the “My Book” personal storage to it because the “My Book” would No longer allow me to retrieve my files. Some of the folders I deleted from the “My Book” because I was going to give it to my husband but there were so many files I never got the time to transfer them all.  However, the past couple of years I've been using the “My Cloud” and my computer to store my work.

Until my “My Cloud” would no longer give me access to my pics either, I couldn’t get Technical Support because it had been a couple of years and they were going to charge me to pay for their support. So I took my computer to Best Buy Geek Squad because I already had a subscription with them, plus I purchased the “My Cloud” from them 2 yrs. ago. When I took the My Cloud to Best Buy to tech support the tech suggested that I leave it with them overnight and ask for my permission to take apart the shell so he could retrieve the information off of it. Well needless to say the next day when I came to pick up My Cloud the tech tells me that there was no data on it. So, I no longer had the casing for my “My Cloud”  nor my files and I would have to pay $500 for an unpromising data retrieval.

I am now using the “One Drive” storage provided from Microsoft Which will end up costing me on a monthly basis but the security is worth it. I think it is the best thing for me because they will be held responsible for storing my graphics, and data, it’s worth the peace of mind. The pictures that you see above were pictures that I could gather from what was left on my “My Book”.  I Haven’t given up on retrieving my files from my “My Cloud” I just have to wait until I can afford to get my files retrieved. Anyway, I wanted to put more up but Unfortunately I can’t  but I want to thank everyone for their support for the last 5 years. I love you love you love you and I hope to continue enjoying myself for the next 5 years or more and I thank you all for your support.

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Recipe For Grilled Fried Chicken

Salt and Pepper

¼ cup of sugar
3 pounds chicken wings, cut at
joints, wing tips discarded
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon paprika
½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
3 tablespoons vegetable oil

  1. Dissolve ¼ cup salt and sugar in
    2 quarts cold water in large container.
    Add chicken and refrigerate, covered,
    for at least 1 hour or up to 3 hours.
  2. Set a wire rack in a rimmed baking

Sheet. Whisk flour, granulated garlic,
paprika, cayenne, 1 tablespoon pepper,

And 1 teaspoon salt together in large
bowl. Remove chicken from brine.
Working in batches of flour, dredge
chicken pieces in flour mixture,
pressing to adhere. Place chicken on
prepared rack. Refrigerate chicken,

Uncovered, for at least 30 minutes or up to 2 hours.

  1. FOR A CHARCOAL GRILL
    Set cook grate in place, cover, and open
    lid vent completely. Heat grill until hot,
    about 5 minutes.
  2. FOR A GAS GRILL

Turn all burners to high, cover and heat grill
until hot 15 min. 425 degrees.

  1. Clean and oil cooking grate place chicken
    fatty side up, on the cooler side of the grill. Until
    lightly brown and the coating is set, about 30
    minutes for charcoal or about 45
    minutes for gas.
  2. Brush chicken with oil until no traces
    traces of flour remain (use all oil).
    Cook until coating is golden brown and chicken
    registers between 180 and 200 degrees,
    about 30 minutes longer for gas.

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