Do you have plants blooming now? Some of my outdoor spring plants are nearly ready to bloom, and I have indoor plants that are showing off their pretty flowers. My three peace lilies are in bloom, and my Christmas cactus has bloomed in stages, still having a few blossoms left.
One afternoon, tucked in amongst the loads of mail in my box, there was a promotional brochure for Berea College. The college is located in the Appalachian region of Kentucky and only admits students from l
Solomon said, “A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger” (Prov. 15:1).
We began the week by remembering our foundi
I once did a column about packing hacks. I added in little helpful hints to give you more room in your travel bag such as: roll your t-shirts, socks and und
February is a month that provides me with indoor time. I have to find some entertainment. I’ve spent lots of time reading novels, looking through magazines, and working Sudoku puzzles.
It was a busy but productive fifth week of the 2020 Regular Session
I don’t know which way this will go, or how far…
Politics and religion are two subjects we have all been advised not to bring up in polite circles. They are polarizing subjects that divide families, sever relationships, and split churches, and I hesitate to offer my opinion on either, except wi