No, they don’t sell spuds at the Potato Barn, but they do sell really awesome furniture.
A little bit vintage and a little bit industrial, Potato Barn’s unique finds have a welcoming, homey quality to them. And the great news is Read the rest of this entry »
Today, I spent the day sorting through folders of writings and articles I’ve saved over the years, and I came across a manila folder with copies of two modern day “psalms,” written by my Sunday School class. Read the rest of this entry »
This easy and delicious whipped yam recipe is great for the holidays or anytime. It’s like sweet potato pie without the crust. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a brief message that would be well suited to Mother’s Day, but then mothers are mothers everyday so why wait?
Recently I listened to an interview that discussed a new book about Winston Churchill. What caught my attention was the segment about his nanny, Mrs. Everest. Read the rest of this entry »
Indie novelists, listen up. Bookstores Without Borders has launched it’s 2015 LYRA contest. If you want a shot at this year’s $1000.00 grand prize you have until December 31st, 2015 to enter.
Your indie novel qualifies if: Read the rest of this entry »
Are vaccines safe? Are the studies done on prescription drugs legitimate? Do genetically modified (GM) foods pose a health risk? Read the rest of this entry »
Independence: Free from outside control, not depending on another’s authority. Self governing.
Every fourth of July we celebrate the true independence that was won for us 239 years ago, and every year we see that independence erode a little further. Lately a lot further. Read the rest of this entry »