If you were alive and near any kind of media in 2002, you heard about, studied, read, listened to sermons on … Rick Warren’s ‘Purpose Driven Life.’ I’m not about to get into the pros and cons of his book – so, don’t bother trying
Sometimes stories absolutely destroy me and it’s all I can do to pull myself back together and move beyond what just happened. Then it’s all I can do to not send them every cent I have so the group can continue to do more of
I keep trying to reject the notion that the full moon doesn’t affect us around here, but just about once a month the cats lose their minds and I’m not far behind them. Apparently, my rejection of the notion matters not. Last night was insane!
It’s really quiet here right now. I feel like I should be doing something productive. The cats are all asleep … that will end as soon as I move, so I’m praying that I don’t have to go to the bathroom anytime soon. They are
My father loved camping. And when I say he loved camping, I don’t mean RVs in campgrounds where you could hook up to electricity. No … serious camping. I was still in diapers when Dad designed our family’s tent (okay, I might have been a
Is there much better than snuggling in on a cold and rainy weekend? I could use a fireplace, but then I’d need someone to stoke it and take care of it. Extra blankets and kitty cats will have to do. I was out and about
A post came up in my Facebook feed alerting me to the fact that the Iowa Pork Council would announce the ‘best’ pork tenderloin in Iowa tomorrow. And I realized that I was actually very interested! Haha. While the judges will never get the opportunity
Did ya miss me yesterday? Oy. Last night … okay, all day yesterday … when I should have been doing anything else, I was, instead, worrying about my little girl kitty, Grey. About 12:30 in the afternoon, the sound of a cat fight brought me
I originally wrote this in 2015, then updated it last June and linked to the article. It’s always a good idea to remind ourselves of a few things that help us make the FB experience smoother and more fun. For heaven’s sake, we’re here enough.
The kittens are out on the porch again, hoping that I don’t notice the door is still open. It just makes me laugh out loud. They actually trade off coming inside for food, water, and the litter box. One remains in place because they know