Archive for February, 2017

Vegan Paradise

Posted in Writing on February 25, 2017 by darkjade68

Latest Vegan Feast



Trying To Reduce Simple Carb Intake, While Still Getting What I Need As A Vegan


Vegan Sausage (1)

Bell Pepper (1/2)

Cabbage (2 Cups)

Broccoli (1 1/2 Cups)

Almonds (Maybe 15)

Yam (1/2)

Garlic Powder (Teaspoon, Fresh Is Better (3 Cloves)

Onion (1/2)

Yellow Curry (1 Teaspoon)

21 Seasoning And/Or Some Sort Of Mixed Seasoning (1 Teaspoon)

Olive Oil (4 Table Spoons)

Water (1/2 Cup)

Couscous (1/4 Cup)


Bake Yam @ 375 Until Fork Can Go Through It

Once Cooked, Cut It Up Into 6 To 8 Pieces, Place In Pan

Cook Couscous (Small Amount, Only Need 1/4 Cup Cooked)

Once Cooked, Add To Pan

Cut Up Half Onion, Place In Pan

Cut Up Broccoli, Put In Pan

Cut Up 1/2 Bell Pepper (I Prefer Yellow Or Orange, But Any Color Works)

Add To Pan

Add Almonds

Cut Up Cabbage, Add To Pan

Cut Up Vegan…

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The Voyage Of The Druid Blue – Mercenaries

Posted in Writing on February 23, 2017 by darkjade68

The 3rd Chapter Of “The Voyage Of The Druid Blue”

Doragon Kishu (Dragon Rider & Paladin)


The Voyage Of The Druid Blue

by Doragon Kishu

The Druid Blue (Backstory)

Tch’ahm Ba’er (Land Races & Characters)

Chapter I – To Tch’ahm Ba’er

Chapter II – Welcome To Hammen

CHAPTER III – Mercenaries

Aden, Blue and Rune sat in the well lit, and festive Hammen Inn.

It looked to be a very clean, and friendly place…

…and it was packed.

Never had Blue seen so many Gnomes…

They were everywhere.

But beyond that, there were 6 private boothes, black curtains drawn, as 5 of them were in use.

Other than that, there were two humans, one looked to be a fanciful Fighter, but wore a mask and hood…

…and another was hooded, and sat at the bar.

There was one more who had the look of a human, but not the scent nor feel, Blue’s senses told her so.

Whether it was her Elvish, or Druid senses, or…

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The Voyage Of The Druid Blue – Welcome To Hammen

Posted in Writing on February 22, 2017 by darkjade68

Part II Of The Voyage Of Blue The Druid

Doragon Kishu (Dragon Rider & Paladin)


The Voyage Of The Druid Blue

by Doragon Kishu

The Druid Blue (Backstory)

Tch’ahm Ba’er (Land Races & Characters)

Chapter I – To Tch’ahm Ba’er

Chapter II – Welcome To Hammen

Aden stood before Blue and she could hardly believe it… Could she have found him so quickly… Even before arriving at Hammen, and the land of Tch’ahm Ba’er?

“Brother to Esqsa?” she replied.

Hearing this definitely peaked the Elve’s interest.

Aden glanced at Rune, his foreboding black dragonborn from being not that easy to ignore, and back to Blue again.

“And who, may I ask, are you two?” spoke Aden.

“Forgive me… My name is Blue, I’m an Initiate of the First Circle,” she replied.

“And I am Rune, The Protector,” interjected Rune with his deep gravely voice, and a slight smile.

His second smile of the day, which was all so unlike him.

Aden glanced at Rune once…

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To Tch’ahm Ba’er

Posted in Writing on February 22, 2017 by darkjade68

The Voyage Of The Druid Blue

Doragon Kishu (Dragon Rider & Paladin)


The Druid Blue (Backstory)

Tch’ahm Ba’er (Land Races & Characters)

To Tch’ahm Ba’er

by James Mahoney

Blue looks out over the dark Formo Sea…

They were only a few hours from arriving in the ports of The Hammen, home to the Hammen Gnomes, in the land of Tch’ahm Ba’er.

Tch’ahm Ba’er was a large land mass, though technically some call it an island…

It was much larger than what one normally would consider an island.

There were 26 different territories, filled with 12 different types of people, or races, from Goblins, to Elves, to Mermen to Human.

Not to mention the Lair of the Red Dragon DROAH, and an all powerful Storm Giant.

No, Tch’ahm Ba’er was much more than an island.

And somewhere upon it might, I say might, be ESQSA’S brother, ADEN…

And she must deliver the fallen Esqsa’s sword to him.

“How Did I Get In Such…

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Tofu Quinoa Mish Mosh

Posted in Writing on February 22, 2017 by darkjade68

Another Vegan Recipe, Loved This


Tofu Quinoa Mish Mosh

Threw This Together The Other Day, Loved It


Potatoes (2) Russet or (4) Red Rose

Olive Oil 4 Table Spoons

Frozen Peas 1/2 Package

Tomato (Preferably Tiny Ones, But Regular Will Work) 12 Tiny, 1 1/2 Medium, Or 1 Large

Peanuts 1 Cup

Tofu 3/4 Package

Vegan Cheese 3 Sandwich Size Slices (Cheddar)

Quinoa  1 1/2 Cup

Garlic Powder 1/2 Teaspoon

Curey 1/2 Teaspoon

Paprika 1/2 Teaspoon


First, You Make Home Made Fries As Follows;

Preheat Oven @ 375

Cut Up Potatoes Into 1/2 Inch Thick Slices

Place Them On Cookie Sheet Which Has Been Covered In Tin Foil

Cover Potatoes In Olive Oil

Sprinkle Garlic Powder, Curey And Paprika Over Potatoes

Cook Until Fork Goes Through Them Easily (Moving Them Around Every 10 Minutes Or So, So They Don’t Stick To Foil)

Boil 1 Cup Of Water With 1/2 Cup Of Quinoa, Once It’s…

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Posted in Poem, Poetry, Writing on February 20, 2017 by darkjade68















Close your eyes

Separate from Life…

Be Like Light


Protection of Rusty Patched Bee – Sign Petition to Keep the Endangered Species Act Alive

Posted in Writing on February 17, 2017 by darkjade68

The Earth... Something Has To Change


Originally Posted Here

Bumble bees remind us of warm summer days, bright blossoming flowers, and the sweet smell of freshly cut grass. Unfortunately, they are quickly becoming a symbol of humankind’s indifference towards the environment and creatures that inhabit it.

Bees play a vital role in pollinating crops and wild flowers. They are responsible for pollinating 70 of the top 100 crops we eat at least 10 of these crops rely almost entirely on bees as pollinators. But bees are disappearing.

Despite their vital importance to their ecosystems and to humans, bee populations around the globe have been collapsing and the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee, one of the two bee species responsible for 80 percent of all crop pollination, is a pronounced case of this sad situation. The Rusty Patch Bee has declined by 187 percent in the past 15 years, and scientists believe they are dying due to a…

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