#John1010Challenge

Hello friends! Do you ever find yourself just so tired of being sick and tired? Well, that is not only a dumb question but a cliché, I suppose. But, it is true and that’s where I find myself currently. BUT! I am a believer in a Heavenly Father and His Word. (If you are not, you are welcome here! I do think that what I have to share will help anyone who would like to jump right in and participate.)

Life on the road, life in my skin, life in general has just weighed heavy on my mind and body recently. Until….until a funny thing. The last place our little full-time RV family camped had no wifi and absolutely no cell service. In place of those invisible frequencies, we enjoyed a relaxing setting atop Cheaha Mountain, which happens to be Alabama’s highest point. To sweeten the deal, we joyously discovered Continue reading “#John1010Challenge”

a Day Late and a Dollar Short

Well, hey y’all! Y’all really are some of the most kind and patient folks. It has been way yonder too long since my last post here (It was Fall 2018?? Oh goodness, I **am** embarrassed!)

As y’all well know Continue reading “a Day Late and a Dollar Short”

To the Next Owners of Our House

July 27, 2018, the Night before our House Auction

 

Dear Next Owners of our House,

 

Twelve hours from now our lives will have taken a major turn. We will be Continue reading “To the Next Owners of Our House”

Liberty and Homegrown Tomatoes

Those of us in the United States of America are celebrating our country’s 242nd birthday today, July 4, 2018. Most are, at least.

This calendar year finds lots of Americans bothered to the point that celebrating the Independence of the colonies from England in 1776 a difficult thing to do. They are having a hard time finding Continue reading “Liberty and Homegrown Tomatoes”

Casseroles and Tacos

Have you ever had a crazy idea that turned out to be such a blessing? That’s what has happened this month to a friend of ours and me (Katie). We have launched a project which has actually Continue reading “Casseroles and Tacos”

Red Flags

Red flags are usually meant to indicate danger, warnings of impending harm or damage to people or property. As I sit on the Emerald Coast of Florida this morning I can’t help but notice the stiffly flying red flag which warns folks about the rough Gulf waves. I also can’t help but enjoy the oddly Continue reading “Red Flags”

Pantry Candy

Do you eat leftovers? I have only known one or two people in my life who didn’t. Well, I just don’t “get that”. When I was growing up, we ate everything until it was gone. Food meant money, or hard work from the garden. We just couldn’t throw money away.

Doesn’t everyone know that some things are **better** the next day?? Lasagna, gumbo and French onion dip are better after they set a while and my Mr. Patient thinks that my Chicago-Style Cast Iron Deep Dish Pizza is better the next day. Some items are even anticipated as leftovers.

Then there are those items that just S I T there in the Continue reading “Pantry Candy”

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