19 Super Bowl Food Ideas for Game Day — Artful Homemaking

Super Bowl food ideas are here, just in time for the game! Whether you’re looking for Super Bowl party food ideas or just easy Super Bowl food recipes, I’ve put together this list to help you out. 149 more words via 19 Super Bowl Food Ideas for Game Day — Artful Homemaking

My Word For 2020 By Come Home For Comfort

via My Word For 2020 I choose my word for the year by looking back over the previous year and recalling the ways God was at work in my life. I think about the blessings and the trials of the year, and I review the passages of Scripture that were most precious to me during…

Editing is a humbling experience. — Two on a Rant

I’ve heard it said that people who can, do & people who can’t, teach. Personally, I think that’s a crock of cr@p. The best teachers are the ones who have slogged through the mire in their field of study and can teach you how to stay away from the tar pits. A better way to […]…

A Song Guaranteed To Make Me Cry / And It Did. Miss You Bobby

I almost made it through this holiday season without hearing this song. It’s a song that always makes me cry. It was a Christmas Song that Bobby really liked. He would play it over and over. One year when he was still living at home…..he played it so many times that I dreaded hearing it…

New Year Resolutions – Why did it start? — It’s Raining Cats and Blogs

The traditions of making New Year’s resolutions goes back over 4000 years to the ancient Babylonian festival of Akitu. During this festival, they would plant crops, make promises to their gods and pay back their debts. The Babylonians believed that if they kept their promises to the gods, they would stay on the god’s good […]…

13 Lucky Foods for the New Year — Haphazard Homemaker

Originally posted on Haphazard Homemaker: I didn’t know that there were actually Lucky Foods that you were suppose to eat for the New Year to insure good fortune until I met my husband. His required list is pretty simple: Pork or Ham, Black Eyed Peas, Collard Greens and Cornbread. It wasn’t enough for me to… via…

Rail Fanning At The Historical Museum In Dade City/Saturday

Danny and I picked up lunch at The Black Eyed Pea in Dade City.Then headed to the Historical Museum. 3 trains so far.We got to see the inside of the museum. It’s closed but they showed us anyway.We also found out : They are the ones who BOUGHT THE LAKE WALES HO TRAIN SET. Not…

The Day After Christmas Or Boxing Day By Sarah

Apologies for my last post. (Self Written) I was very tired and emotion. Writing it and sharing it really helped. The last 3 days have been full of highs and EXTREME LOWS. I just handle them better. (Over all). We are staying in Zephrhills, Florida. Northwest Of Plant City. That’s where we usually go ….

For the One Who Is Dreading Winter By Kaitlyn Bouchillon

For the One Who Is Dreading Winter (free print) For the One Who Is Dreading Winter by Kaitlyn Bouchillon | Dec 5, 2019 | I grew up with palm trees overhead and flip-flops on my feet every single Christmas. Florida doesn’t exactly celebrate “the changing of the seasons,” which might explain why I will pull the car over just…

Struggling Here/ Christmas IS Hard By Sarah

sarahsatticoftreasures.com/2015/12/22/monday-mom-confessions-not-everyone-loves-christmas/ The blog post above is what started these posts. I am Reaching out in the only way I know how. I first shared the above post in 2015. I shared it earlier this month. This post is about me and what I am struggling with. Christmas has been hard ever since Bobby died 13…

Everything Happens For A Reason + A Post Of My Own .

via Everything Happens For A Reason + A Post Of My Own . From Sarah: Updated August 2019 I try and live by those words as best as I can. I don’t know how many times I have been asked “Why I thought Bobby was taken so early” . There is STILL no answer to…

Quieting Your Heart For The Holidays Week 4/ Time Warp Wife

Quieting Your Heart Free Resources – Week 4 Questions Week 4: Week 4 at a Glance:   BIBLE VERSE CARDS FOR WEEK 4 This is the final week (there are 30 in total)  Bible Verses Day 22-25    |   Bible Verses Day 26-29    |    Bible Verse Day 30 28-PAGE STUDY GUIDE Click here to download a free copy PRAYER…

Yes, I Appreciated What I Had By Sarah

 From :Thursday’s Motivational Quote – September 24, 2015 (Yes, I Appreciated What I Had) I’ve always been aware if all the things that I have. When I was a child, I knew my parents were exceptional. I was well aware of the love between them was rare. They had a very special kind of love. One that…

Everything Happens For A Reason + A Post Of My Own .

3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;

Health Benefits of Black Pepper — Wellness Workability

Black pepper is the fruit of the black pepper plant from the Piperaceae family and is used as both, spice and a medicine. The chemical piperine, present in black pepper, causes the spiciness. Since ancient times, black pepper is one of the most widely-traded spices in the world. Black pepper is a great source for…

Dill Pickle Soup — Dinner With Julie

Dill pickle soup seems to me a dish that came about out of necessity—perhaps in the bleak prairie midwinter, when someone out on a farm in a snow-driven landscape looked in their pantry and decided to turn the pint jars of dill pickles into soup—but it’s no longer made merely out of necessity because it’s… via…

FOTD 20th January 2020: Orchid — Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

An orchid with a difference. I know I brought this once before some time last year, but it is really something unique. Whether you like it is a matter of taste. I find it quite amusing. FOTD 20th January 2020: Orchid via FOTD 20th January 2020: Orchid — Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

“Linda Ronstadt – Blue Bayou” — AMERICA ON COFFEE

Linda Maria Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946 in Tucson, Arizona) is an American popular music singer. She has earned 11 Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, an ALMA Award, and numerous United States and internationally certified gold, platinum and multiplatinum albums. She has also earned nominations […]…

Carnivore Dreams – Protein/Fat? — L.E.K.

I was just reading the Carnivore for Beginners Facebook page and there was a guy on there saying his mistake was he wasn’t getting enough protein. Conventional medicine advises low fat but pretty low/moderate protein as well. Many of the Keto and alternative guys also advise low/moderate protein but high fat, low carbs. Mark Sisson […]…

Snow events — CatsinCambridge

Snow, they say is coming…. First it was “2-3 inches “, Then 2-4,… 3-6. Now they say 5 to 9. But where is it? Not started yet. Not here anyway. Kind of wrinkly clouds. Maybe if they got a poke It would all come down. It’s sort of like waiting for the visit of a […]…

Fremont Work Page — Rosamond Press

Here are some sources for Fremont History. John was not a perfect man, but, he grabbed a huge land mass from under the nose of the British Empire without firing a shot – in most cases! He thwarted the fake religious mission of priest MacNamara. John Presco In 1844, Eugene Macnamara, an Irish priest with […]…

Letting Go to Move Forward

Originally posted on The Road Back Home:
“If anyone comes to me without hating his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, and even his own life, he cannot be my disciple. . . In the same way, everyone of you who does not renounce his possessions cannot be my disciple.” ~ Luke…

Tired and thoughtful

Originally posted on The Road Back Home:
“Self-care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what’s left of you.” ~ Katie Reed Photo by Meve R. on Pexels.com I don’t know how to even describe it.  As if my bones ache from the inside out.  Perhaps it’s the weather, or the stress…

So it isn’t ALWAYS warm in Alabama — The Road Back Home

“Winter is the time for comfort — it is the time for home. ~ Edith Sitwell With the weather patterns ranging across the country from extreme frigid cold to snow and ice, we cannot realistically expect to escape a dip in temperatures. And we didn’t. Last night and tonight, it’s to be in the 20’s […]…

Do You Like Trains? – Book Review & Gift Set Giveaway — Create With Joy

Do You Like Trains? by Ann Tarpley Francesco – Book Review Do you like children’s books that are filled with delightfully illustrated images of animals such as squirrels and raccoons, horses and cows, cats, dogs and swans? Are you fascinated by trains that go fast and slow, that sometimes sit still, that go choo choo… via…

Front row seats for an epic battle! — de Wets Wild

One of the most exciting sightings (and we had many!) of our Satara Summer was this epic battle between two big Kudu bulls, encountered near the Kruger National Park‘s Nhlanguleni picnic site. At times the fight was so heated that we were sure one of them was going to break the other’s neck or stab […]…

Freedom of speech. — Lucky Otters Haven

I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. — Evelyn Beatrice Hall, 1906 I was reminded of this quote today. While catching up on reading comments, I saw one from someone who absolutely hates this blog, and proceeded to tell me all the things they […]…

Who Am I?

Originally posted on Homegrown Honeychild:
Hello, and welcome to Homegrown Honeychild. Before I tell you about me, let me tell you about the name of this blog. Honeychild is a term that is used endearingly in the south, and I love the way it sounds. Homegrown refers to the beauty that comes from growing in…

Gratitude, Discipline, and Intentionality

Originally posted on Homegrown Honeychild:
I have been struggling to find a topic to write about for the last few days, and then I came upon the ideas of gratitude, discipline, and intentionality, and how they relate to my current roles. These are great things to consider, especially during the Christmas season, so here it…