Like most people, I’m not the greatest about doing everything I SHOULD be doing to make sure my teeth stay healthy. Sure I brush and […]
In these last months of the virus shutdowns, etc., there are a lot of things that have gone “virual” including music lessons. My daughter, a […]
I have big dreams. Of long walks and hikes. With my grandbabies. I love to walk and I love the idea of walking as a […]
Well, I couldn’t get through this year without at least one post on … 2020. The year of Covid-19. Whatever you think about this virus, […]
I love to make my own bone broth especially in the fall and winter. And it really is easy. All you need is a crock […]
Learn about Manscaped grooming tools.
This thing is adorable! Kind of a goofy but totally adorable idea for your little one, aged 6-12 months. It looks and feels kind of […]
I’m really looking forward to getting one of these great products to review! Talk about seeing a “need” and putting together a product line to […]
For those who are struggling in their daily walk with God, or living in the dark of night waiting for the light of day, there is hope. Encouragement for the Depressed, by esteemed 19th-century pastor Charles Spurgeon, is a gracious reminder that little faith is still saving faith. Spurgeon himself was not unfamiliar with depression, having dealt with it for most of his life. With personal experience and pastoral care, Spurgeon encourages both the new believer struggling to grasp the tenets of the faith and the experienced Christian struggling to enjoy the truths they once cherished to hold fast, for God is faithful.