October is the beginning of my comfort-food season. The following recipes meet that criteria. Some of the recipes have been frequently used, and some of them are new to me. Welcome back, comfort-food season!
My Sister’s Taco Soup
Sometimes I fail to catch certain things the first time around…note-worthy things.
Recently I watched a rerun of Dan Rather interviewing Country Music Star Charlie Daniels. I’ve always admired Charlie, not just his music, but the man himself.
One day, I was reading a book about children from different cultures to my granddaughter, Sabria. In the book, a little girl from India made the statement, “Rice is the most popular food in the world.”
Sabria shook her head in disagreement, “No it isn’t,” she said, “McDonalds is.”
In the life of Christ, we find a time when a woman poured expensive ointment on Jesus (Matt. 26:7). Mary, Lazarus’ sister, is the one who did this (Jn. 12:3).
Last week, I was scrolling stories on my msn page and came across a story that caught my eye. The title was 50 Facts so Interesting They’ll Crush Your Bored
I hope the voters of Butler County will choose the right man for the Judge-Executive’s job November 6. This county needs Mark Mudd.
Is the glass half empty or half full? Bad things happen to everyone, but a situation may turn around. Beth Moore said, “A bad storm can blow in a beautiful season.
It’s good to see bosals on horse bridles now—if only in small numbers.
I watch TV westerns a lot; I’m starting to see bosals more in newer westerns. I’m pleased.
There are few things as entertaining to me as watching my husband, Garey, operate a cell phone. I’ve said often, we keep young people at our work place because they are so good with technology, and to their credit, they do their best to help us old people navigate the technological pitfalls that