It's Friday. Time to join the crew at Five Minute Friday and write on a prompt. Prompt: Weak Weakness image provided by Kate Motaung at Five Minute Friday This post was originally published in 2018 on Leaving a Legacy, [GGMANDY dot COM and linked up on the Five-minute Friday Link-up. Each time he said, “My … Continue reading I Boast In My Weakness ~ In Christ I Am Strong
It's time to send our children off to school. And we all know that going to school can be pretty stressful;
"Rare Recipes and Budget Savers" compiled by Mr. Frank Good takes you back in time. I really enjoy reading this cookbook, as well as sharing recipes with people. Not only are they interesting, but they are historical and sometimes amusing. Life back one hundred years ago wasn't "easy peasy lemon squeezy"- you lived to work … Continue reading Recipes of Long Ago
Adoption made me a momma, so my legacy was changed. And, of course, my kids’ legacy was changed when we brought them into our family and received paperwork that said they officially belonged to us.
My supplements are based on years of trial and error with the support of a great family doctor who listens & offers alternatives to prescriptions, #opioids
Adoption makes it possible for every child to have a different legacy.
In honor of my own marriage that we have committed to last forever, I share some notes I have found along the way. They have worked well for these thirty years. I expect them to continue keeping us #Lovestruck
Most of you don't know, but I went to school for Veterinary Technician. I attended MATC in Madison, WI. After graduating from the program, I took my state certification test and became a Certified Veterinary Technician. As part of one of our courses, we studied a section on animal nutrition. Professor Kaye invited a Hill’s … Continue reading The Day I Ate Dog Food
My God is NOT distant ... In today's society, many would want you to believe that God is distant or uninterested in our lives. That's is if He exists at all. But I find Him very near to my heart
I enjoy finding birds' nests. I have mentioned before how I love listening to the birds in the morning. I also love finding birds' nests long abandoned. I start looking for nests late September after the season's hatchings have finished. Once October and the leaf dropping has begun, the nests are even easier to see. … Continue reading Finding Birds’ Nests Long Abandoned