Book Review…Eating for Beauty

     Eating for Beauty Kindle Edition by David Wolfe (Author) Lately I was in the emergency room with my three year old, watching people come in and go out for hours. As I sat there, I started noticing which people in the waiting room probably took the time to exercise and watch what theyContinue reading “Book Review…Eating for Beauty”

Stepping Out the Door In Well Read Shoes

Another resolution that I have made for this New Year is to actually put some time into studying the Bible for myself. But not only is my Father’s house a big, big house with lots of rooms…the Bible is a big, big book with lots and lots of chapters and verses and ideas. Being aContinue reading “Stepping Out the Door In Well Read Shoes”

Encourage One Another

   In this society far too many of us spend far too much of our time criticizing and complaining….and as a result, so many people and relationships are suffering from alienation, indifference, and even hostility. And at the heart of this suffering is a lack of affirmation, appreciation, or even acknowledgement. Many of us haveContinue reading “Encourage One Another”

Celebrating Life-September…Labor Day Menu

   Being an Army wife, the Fourth of July has aways been a special holiday for our family…and, of course, being from the Deep South, our celebration centers around food. So today I’m sharing with you the menu that I have decided on for Labor Day this year. Growing up within spittng distance of Memphis,Continue reading “Celebrating Life-September…Labor Day Menu”

 12 Steps Towards the Fountain of Youth… August 21…Senior Citizen’s Day

    Today is August 21, is Senior Citizen’s Day…a day to honor senior citizens…and also face the fact that you yourself will probably be a “senior citizen” also…especially now that the age to start calling yourself a senior citizen is 55, which is only seven years away for me. Aging gracefully and feeling healthy requiresContinue reading ” 12 Steps Towards the Fountain of Youth… August 21…Senior Citizen’s Day”

When life gives you lemons, drink them

     August is also National Water Quality Month. Being dehydrated can negatively impact everything from your mental focus to energy and metabolism.     One of the most important purchases you can make when creating a more healthy home and lifestyle is a water filter.  The type of filter that you should buy depends onContinue reading “When life gives you lemons, drink them”

On the Lunch Menu Today…Baked Fish Filet Sandwiches…Better Than McDonald’s

   Baked Crispy Fish Sandwiches Tartar Sauce…1/2C mayonnaise, 3Tbsp pickled relish, 1Tbsp chopped fresh dill, 1Tbsp Dijon mustard, Dash hot sauce 1Tbsp olive oil or butter 1-1/4C panko breadcrumbs 1 pound white fish (halibut, tilapia, cod, etc.) 1tsp salt 1/2tsp pepper 1/2C mayonnaise 1C all-purpose flour 1 tsp garlic powder 1 to 1-1/2 tablespoons vegetableContinue reading “On the Lunch Menu Today…Baked Fish Filet Sandwiches…Better Than McDonald’s”

National Peach Month

   The month of August is National Peach month…a month to honor and enjoy the great flavor of juicy peaches. So… 1.  What exactly is a peach? The peach (Prunus persica) is a deciduous tree native to China that bears an edible juicy fruit also called a peach. The scientific name Persia, as well as anyContinue reading “National Peach Month”

August Dessert of the Month—The Poke Cake

   Poke Cake is more of a process than an actual recipe…and there are as many different variations of Poke Cake as there are… (Different flavors of cake mix) x (Different flavors of Jello or instant pudding… Betty Crocker makes 27 different flavors of SuperMoist cake mix…Jello makes about thirty different flavors of pudding…that aloneContinue reading “August Dessert of the Month—The Poke Cake”

National Eye Exam Month

    August is National Eye Exam Month, the perfect time to schedule annual eye exams for both yourself and everyone else in your family.: National Eye Exam Month, a month dedicated to the importance of eye health and safety, was founded by Sears Optical Eye Exam Month in 1989. Today most ophthalmologists use this asContinue reading “National Eye Exam Month”