"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.
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
How Does Grafting Relate to the Family of God? Most of my adult life, I have ministered to children. I love to creatively find ways to get the children to interact with older adults in our church. So when I saw a chance to have a local farmer from our congregation come share with the … Continue reading Grafted Into God’s Family and Producing Fruit
If you could go back in time and talk with anyone, with whom would you talk?
Reaching out to those who are lacking. Changing our attitude toward them
LEgacy of Love, Father's Day post, Legacy Linkup
I believe the most important thing to leave behind is not cash and property. These things do not last. But the spiritual legacy we leave lasts forever.