The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. My extended family travels to Morgantown for food and fireworks. I love to see them relax and enjoy being together!
A little over a week ago, I attended a Celebration of Life funeral service for my brother-in-law’s father, Carlos. Charles was an only child, and his mom (who passed 15 years ago) and his dad and he were a tight-knit family. When Charles married my
In a Wednesday night Bible study in the book of Ecclesiastes a while back, one observed that the spoken and written word are powerful. This is something that men have taught for years.
AXS is one of my favorite channels. That channel takes up a lot of DVR space. My favorites on that channel are the Top Ten Revealed and Year In Review series’.
As warm weather and the end of Covid-19 restrictions have arrived, we are enjoying more opportunities to eat with friends and family.
I think I’m going to have to disable the Siri app on my iPhone. Siri has taken at least five years off my life. Let me explain.
Let us focus our attention on the book of Micah, where it begins with the statement, “The word of the LORD that came to Micah the Morasthite in the days of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, which he saw concerning Samaria and Jerusalem” (Mic. 1:1).
I’ve found a new love! This new love challenges me like no other and I love it! What’s her name?
Food growing and storage are becoming popular again. Knowing the growing and storage conditions of the foods we consume has become important to many.
My husband, Garey, has a tee shirt that has been worn and washed so many times it’s threadbare. There are at least fifty tiny holes along the neckband, and I look for the body of the shirt to let go and disinte