Hits By Years – 1976 — Share Your Light

Wow, it is already the last day of the 1976 – week. I want to conclude it with my favorite song of that year. I remember that it was played up and down the radio stations. Only decades later when I heard it again, I understood the funny and cute meaning of the song (remember, […]…

Quarantine Depression — Maranda Russell

I’m struggling right now mentally and emotionally. Here are some of the reasons: I found out yesterday that my psychiatrist is retiring at the end of the month, so I have to start seeing someone new, beginning with my next appointment in June. I think one of the worst things is that I won’t get […]…

Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Colorado — Living The Q Life

Anyone visiting Colorado should definitely make their way to Colorado Springs to visit the Garden of the Gods. The rock formations, with their vibrant reddish-orange color, are visually stunning against the back drop of Pikes Peak and the surrounding foothills. It is hard to imagine that the majestic orange sandstone rocks that are so beautiful…

Strawberry Rhubarb Kolaches — e2 bakes brooklyn

Another kolache recipe? You better believe it.If you know the magic that is a warm, fresh kolache from the Czech Stop in West, Texas, (the town, not the region) you know why I keep making them in my own kitchen here in NYC.They’re super soft and tender and filled with anything from prunes to pecans […]…

Spanish Garlic Shrimp — On the Home Front

For the nights where you need a dish that’s full of spice and flavor that won’t weigh you down, one that’s perfect for these warm spring evenings, try my version of the popular tapas dish, Spanish garlic shrimp! I’ve often said that food or a good recipe are the best souvenirs you can ever take… via…

Imagine Having to Explain to Your Child… —

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley: Renika Williams, center, in the feature film Healing River. This week in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a black man named George Floyd choked to death while a white police officer knelt on his neck, ignoring his pleas. I am not qualified to speak about this. And by “this” I mean the ongoing… via…

Windowpane — Mother Wintermoon

upon my window panea trail of muffled raindropsechoing my tears Chaiku MW Breath, fog and raindropsSeeping into my soulMy eyes turned upwardsToward the promise of the cloudsWhile my feet Are drenched in mud puddlesSending shivers deepInto my bones The view from my roomIs spattered with raindropsIn the heartbeat of the rainI can see dams breakingSweat…

Choose Love — I love the Psalms

When we choose love over hate, forgiveness over vengeance, trust in God over reliance on our own ability, we defeat Satan, the true enemy of our soul. via Choose Love — I love the Psalms

FOTD – May 29 – Coreopsis — Cee’s Photo Challenges

Welcome to my Flower of the Day Challenge (FOTD). Please feel free to post every day or when you you feel like it. Don’t forget that my FOTD challenge accepts leaves and berries as well as flowers. I took this photo on May 24, 2020. I would appreciate you continuing to post your entries on […]…

Day 74: Soup and Spatchcocked Chicken — Cooking in Isolation

For lunch we had (canned) soup and the tiny bit of tuna we had leftover. Matt made us breakfast sandwiches with the last of the bacon and the English muffins. For dinner Matt made kale with wild rice pilaf and grilled a spatchcocked chicken slathered in spices and lemon. We have a ton of chicken […]…

The Hunger for Significance by R.C. Sproul — Yirah Group

Billions of people are searching for personal worth, but few know where to find it. In our pursuit of meaning, we must look further than our relationships and careers to something far more essential. In his classic book The Hunger for Significance, now with a newly designed cover, Dr. R.C. Sproul gets to the heart […]…

A Question of Manners — sparksfromacombustiblemind

In trying to think more globally, I will allow that each country/culture (ethnicity), has it’s own set of rules about manners. Generally we all (seem) to hold certain ‘rules’ as standard: Fair treatment towards others (Golden Rule thinking: Treat others as you would like to be treated), don’t judge other people (walk a mile in […]…

Homemade Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich Recipe — Aspired Kitchen

I have been craving a Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich for a while, but with COVID and the uncertainty of whether or not my job was going to stay open, I’ve been limiting my cash spending and have almost totally cut out restaurant & fast food meals. I’ve been cooking way more (hence the new blog) and […]…

Tell Me the Old, Old Story (오래된 이야기를 들려주세요) — American in Korea

안녕하세요. (Hello.) 잘지내요? (How are you?) 내 소망이 모든은 괜찬아요. (I hope everyone is fine.) 한국인들이 축복 이예요. (Koreans are blessed.) 그들의 문화가 시작된 이래로 하나님에 대해 알고 있어요. (The have known about God since the beginning of their culture.) 그리고 그들의 문화는 세계에서 가장 오래된 문화 중 하나이예요. (And, their culture is one of […]…

Shrimp Fried Rice — Jenahoward — My Meals are on Wheels

Shrimp Fried Rice is the healthiest fried food you will be able to make AND enjoy! If you are like me, you probably love getting Chinese takeout. I’m pretty obsessed with appetizers at Chinese restaurants and need to order a few key apps like Crab Rangoon and Chicken Fingers. Another […] The post Shrimp Fried……

Killed for a fake $20: George Floyd was arrested for ‘trying to pay store with counterfeit bill’ before white cop knelt on his neck until he died – as Minneapolis mayor says ‘he’d still be alive if he were white’ — BCNN1 WP

The Mayor of Minneapolis says he believes George Floyd would still be alive today if he had been white as it’s revealed the 46-year-old black man was arrested, pinned to the ground, and ‘murdered’ by cops for allegedly trying to pay at a local deli with a counterfeit $20 bill. Floyd, a father of two, […]…